LATEST NEWS

crackerxmas 2017 wings2

crackerxmas 2017 wings2

bestoftheweb_7sd_showbanner.jpg

Lorde to perform at ARIA Awards

lorde-to-perform-at-aria-awards.jpg

Expect some Melodrama at this year's ARIA Awards as New Zealand star Lorde lines up to perform at the Australian music event.

The Kiwi star will join 'Kiwi' singer, Harry Styles, as one of the event's major international guests.

Grammy award winner Lorde achieved her second number one album this year with Melodrama, featuring the triple platinum single Green Light, four years after her massive debut record Pure Heroine.

The star power at this year's ARIAs will be high, with Styles also on the performer's line-up while in Australia for two sold-out shows in Sydney and Melbourne.

Styles has just released the single Kiwi which has resulted in his fans throwing the fruit onstage during his performances in the UK, leading to a ban in Manchester after he slipped on stage in London.

Lorde and Styles will be joining a strong line-up of Australian performers including Sydney band Gang Of Youths, who have been nominated for the most awards on the night (eight), and fellow nominees Pnau, Peking Duk and Jessica Mauboy.

The ARIA Awards take place in Sydney on November 28.

© AAP 2017

Image credit: EPA/ENNIO LEANZA

You may also like...

Boomerang used in UFC Sydney street brawl Boomerang used in UFC Sydney street brawl
A Brazilian heavyweight UFC fighter has been charged for allegedly using a boomerang to attack a fellow fighter in a daylight street brawl outside...
Tas handler stood down over horse 'punch' Tas handler stood down over horse 'punch'
A barrier attendant who appeared to strike a racehorse in Tasmania has been stood down pending a stewards' inquiry. Video on social media appears...
Assisted dying supporters rally in Sydney Assisted dying supporters rally in Sydney
Dying with Dignity NSW board member Penny Hackett and Vice President Shayne Higson (R) pose for a photograph after Nationals MLC Trevor Khan...
Marry from new year, gay couples told Marry from new year, gay couples told
Same-sex couples will be able to marry legally from early in the new year, Attorney-General George Brandis predicts. Parliamentary debate on a...