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Watch Clairo bring out Phoebe Bridgers to perform ‘Bags’ during Milan show

Clairo enlisted Phoebe Bridgers for a live rendition of her 2019 single ‘Bags’ at a show in Milan on Tuesday (July 5).The show, which took place on Tuesday night (July 5), saw Clairo support Bridgers at Carroponte in Sesto San Giovanni, a commune within Milan. The show was a crossover date between Bridgers’ ongoing Reunion Tour and Clairo’s Sling Tour, the latter named for her second studio album.The pair’s duet on ‘Bags’ marks the first time the two have performed the song together.

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