14 Collaborative Music That’s Back Behind The Scenes

Halsey calls out her cheating collaborator SNL It is a movement of force.

Watching not one but two of your favorite musicians play together is very exciting. They feed each other’s energy to the crowd or to the camera.

However, amazing chemistry on stage doesn’t always mean they live behind the scenes. Sometimes, there’s drama brewing behind the scenes.

Here are 14 celebrity duos who performed together but had serious beef behind the scenes:

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Jennifer Lopez Shakira co-led the 2020 Super Bowl halftime show — but one of them wasn’t too happy to share the stage.

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In her documentary half time“This is the worst idea in the world for two people to play the Super Bowl,” Lopez said. “It was the worst idea in the world.”

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In a conversation with Shakira, she said, “If it was a double title, they should have given us 20 minutes.” [instead of 12]. That’s what they should have done.”

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Liam Payne has been one of five members of One Direction since its formation The tenth factor in 2010 until the group discontinued in 2016. Some members were better than others.

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Payne once got into a physical altercation with one of his bandmates backstage – but refused to name the specific member.

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on the podcast Exuberant with Logan PaulHe said, “There was one moment where there was an argument behind the scenes and one of the members threw me in particular. So I told him, ‘If you don’t raise those two hands, there’s a good chance you won’t use them again.'” “

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Halsey and G-Eazy released “Him & I” in 2017. They were also in public Link From August 2017 until July 2018.

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Then, in February 2019, Halsey It seems certain the reason for their division. While performing “Without Me” – a song they allegedly wrote about G-on Saturday Night Live, a handwritten note was displayed on the podium behind them. He read, “I’m so sorry Ashley that I cheated.”

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Other parts of the memo also mentioned places where the writer cheated, including “places I can’t even remember.”

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Brandi and Monica released The Boy Is Mine in 1998, sparking rumors of a behind-the-scenes feud. While promoting their duo, they only performed it together once.

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Producer Dallas Austin VLAD TV, “Monica never liked brandy.” He also claimed that the rumors about their fight in the VMAs had some truth to them. He said, “Before they could even make it to the stage, Monica was getting dressed [Brandy] in the face.”

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They finally put their feud to rest on Instagram Live turquoise In 2020. Finally they performed the song together again and cuddle with it.

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Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham were dating when they joined Fleetwood Mac in 1975. However, they ended their relationship after the band recorded Rumors – The album that put the band on the map.

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They continued to perform together for decades, but Buckingham continued to blame their band for their breakup. Nix said Master’s degree in opera“If we hadn’t joined Fleetwood Mac, we’d have continued our music, but we’d probably get married, and maybe have a baby. It would have been a different life.”

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Finally, in 2018, Knicks decided she couldn’t work with her ex anymore – and it was Fired from the band.

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Ashley Tisdale and Lucas Grapel played twins Sharpay and Ryan Evans in it High School Musical And they toured with High School Musical: The Concert – but they “hated each other”.

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reunion in Youtube video A decade later, Grabeel said, “we haven’t succeeded on the right foot.”

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Tisdale added, “I was definitely like Sharpay, and Lucas was like, ‘Who is this guy?’ And I was like, ‘Who is it this is person?’ …but after we wrapped, I don’t know. I have always loved you. You are literally like my twin brother. “

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Charlie Puth and Little Mix released “Oops” in 2016. When they brought it back straight x factorhe was a fan of one of the members – but she already had a boyfriend.

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Then, during the game “Truth or Wine” with BuzzFeed In 2020, Little Mix declined to name a previous collaboration that they would have said no to today. However, Jesse Nelson gave a one-word clue – Los Angeles – and the fans forecast They were talking about “LA Girls” singer Charlie Puth.

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Agnetha Fältskog and Björn Ulvaeus married in 1971, and three years later, they won Eurovision with ABBA.

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However, they separated in 1980, and Fältskog found it difficult to remain in the band after that. Two years later, ABBA broke up.

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In her autobiography, as I amShe wrote, “We’ve always been told by the media that it was a ‘happy divorce,’ which of course was a facade. … We all obviously know there are no such things as a happy divorce, especially when there are children involved.”

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After Gwen Stefani joined No Doubt in 1989, she started dating band member Tony Kanal.

However, their 1994 split sparked her creative awakening, inspiring her to write Don’t Speak – which they performed together every night on tour.

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She said channel guardian“We were on tour Tragic Kingdom for a period of 28 months. We’d been going through a breakup, and every interview we’d talk about it, so we’d open that wound every hour. It was so brutal, but I don’t know how we managed it.”

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Sonic Youth members Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore married in 1984, then stayed together until 2011, when he had an affair.

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The end of their relationship also marked the end of the band, but first, they went on one last tour through South America.

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In her notes, girl in a squadKim wrote, “During rehearsals and all that week, I remember Thurston telling the band he didn’t want to perform this or that Sonic Youth song. It finally shocked me that some of the songs he wanted to drop were on the verge of [the other woman]. “

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When the Rolling Stones reached their heyday, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards head-butted during meetings, rehearsals, and recording sessions.

Producer Chris Kimsey said: Sun, Moon and Rolling Stones Writer Rich Cohen, “When we got to making [the 1983 record] secrecy, This was the worst time I’ve ever had with them. … I would have Mick in the studio from midday to seven in the morning, and then Keith from nine in the morning until five in the morning. They will not be together. They specifically avoided each other.”

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After the band signed a new recording contract, Jagger revealed that he also signed a deal to create three solo albums. He also skipped touring with the band to promote his first solo record, which eventually led to the group’s dissolution.

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When Joni Mitchell and Bob Dylan performed several shows together in Japan in 1994, she complained about his personal hygiene.

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she Tell her biographer Brian Hinton, “On the third night, they put Bob in the mic with me and he never brushed his teeth, so his breath was just like mine.”

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In 2010, she told Los Angeles Times“Bob is not real at all. He’s stolen, his name and voice are fake. Everything about Bob is a hoax. We’re like night and day, he and I.”

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Become Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel Dearest friends When they were just eleven years old a few years later, they started releasing music together with the name Tom & Jerry.

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However, Simon also released solo music, which caused a rift between the two. They parted in 1958 but reunited again in 1963, when they decided to give music back as Simon & Garfunkel.

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However, their relationship remained controversial because Garfunkel was unable to get over the way Simon had betrayed him when they were 16 years old.

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And finally, John Lennon and Paul McCartney They worked together So closely during their time with the Beatles, they even share credit for every song either of them has written. They also had friendly competition, as they were constantly trying to counter each other when it came to songwriting.

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However, after the death of the band’s manager, Brian Epstein, in 1967, McCartney took over as de facto leader, leaving the other members feeling like “side men”.

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By 1969, Lennon had had enough. He told McCartney, “I think you’re silly. I won’t tell you, but I’ll break up the set.”

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