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Per usual, the Grammys feature much-discussed performances from the biggest names in music—except this year, Lorde’s name won’t be discussed amongst other performers on Monday morning. 

The New Zealand singer is up for Album of the Year alongside Donald Glover, Kendrick Lamar, Bruno Mars and Jay-Z, but according to reports from Variety, everyone nominated alongside her were reportedly asked to deliver solo performances from their nominated albums during the televised ceremony except Lorde.

Rather than perform from the critically acclaimed album Melodrama, Lorde reportedly was offered a chance to sing “American Girl” by Tom Petty as a part of a tribute to the late singer—and declined.  Read more…

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