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Watch Lana Del Rey sing ‘Sweet Home Alabama’ with Jelly Roll at Hangout Festival
Lana Del Rey brought out Jelly Roll during her headline set at Hangout Festival last night for a version of ‘Sweet Home Alabama’.The singer was headlining the first night of the festival at Gulf Shores, Alabama, and after singing alongside other guests Tommy Genesis, Benson Boone and Nessa Barrett, she opted to round out her 16-track set with a cover of the Lynyrd Skynyrd classic with Jelly Roll.Watch footage of the performance below:It is Lana’s second on-stage collaboration with a country star in recent weeks, after she sang a version of ‘Unchained Melody’ with Paul Cauthen at Stagecoach Festival in California in April.Jelly Roll, meanwhile, recently joined forces with Limp Bizkit at Welcome To Rockville to perform a version of The Who’s ‘Behind Blue Eyes’.Del Rey recently headlined both weekends of Coachella 2024, and was joined by guests Billie Eilish, Jon Batiste, Jack Antonoff and Camila Cabello.On weekend one, Del Rey brought out Eilish to perform a duet of ‘Video Games’ and ‘Ocean Eyes’, as well as Batiste to perform ‘Candy Necklace’, and Antonoff to play piano for ‘Hope Is A Dangerous Thing For A Woman Like Me To Have – But I Have It’. For weekend two, she turned to Cabello to perform the latter’s ‘I Luv It’.She subsequently revealed that she had only recovered from laryngitis “a few hours” before taking the stage for the first weekend, while also hitting out at her former tour manager, who she said had “quit for no reason” just over a month before the set.In a four-star review of the weekend one set, NME wrote: “Some festival-goers and critics have pointed to Del Rey as an “odd” choice of headliner – someone not exactly known for putting in energetic, flashy performances.
Lana Del Rey speaks out on friendship with Camila Cabello and shuts down Coachella collab fan theory
Lana Del Rey has spoken out about her friendship with Camila Cabello, and quashed rumours about why she brought the singer out during her Coachella set.Speculation about the relationship between the two came into the spotlight once again following Del Rey’s recent headline set at the 2024 edition of Coachella. During her performance during the second weekend of the California festival last month, the ‘Candy Necklace’ singer surprised fans by bringing out Cabello as a surprise guest.The moment saw them come together to perform a rendition of the latter’s recent single ‘I LUV IT’, and caught some fans off guard as it was widely thought that it would be Taylor Swift who would be joining Del Rey as a guest on the night.Some viewers also questioned why the headliner chose to bring out Cabello, particularly because the track they duetted is unlike anything in Lana Del Rey’s discography and not the obvious choice when it comes to a collaboration.For some devoted fans, a consensus emerged that the appearance at Coachella may have been somewhat of a peace offering, following the ‘Video Games’ singer seemingly calling out the pop star in a past post.The alleged tension between the two arose back in 2020, when Lana Del Rey shared a now-infamous post on Instagram titled ‘Question for the culture’.