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Sport How Amy Shark almost MISSED her NRL performance

03:26  27 october  2020
03:26  27 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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How Australian singer-songwriter Amy Shark almost MISSED the NRL performance .

Amy Shark , 34, (pictured) ignored social media backlash as she addressed her NRL Grand Final performance via Twitter on Monday. 'Thanks for having us Australia': Firmly ignoring her critics, the talented songstress described the experience performing on-stage with INXS Andrew Farriss and

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She kicked off the pre-game entertainment for the NRL Grand Final in Sydney on Sunday.

But multiple ARIA award winner Amy Shark has revealed she almost didn't make it to stage at the star-studded event, in a hilarious video shared to her Tik Tok on Tuesday.

The 34-year-old revealed that just moments before her big performance, she became trapped in a metal make-up van - and had to climb out of the window to make it to her performance.

a woman smiling for the camera: Close call! On Sunday, singer Amy Shark (pictured) revealed she almost missed her NRL Grand Final performance after getting stuck inside a metal van © Provided by Daily Mail Close call! On Sunday, singer Amy Shark (pictured) revealed she almost missed her NRL Grand Final performance after getting stuck inside a metal van a man standing in front of a window: Close call! On Sunday, singer Amy Shark revealed she almost missed her NRL Grand Final performance after getting stuck inside a metal van © Provided by Daily Mail Close call! On Sunday, singer Amy Shark revealed she almost missed her NRL Grand Final performance after getting stuck inside a metal van

'This is really happening isn't it? It's happening,' the songstress said in the footage, her voice panicked at the prospect of missing the ceremony.

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Amy Shark performs before the 2020 NRL Grand Final.Source:Getty Images. Starting with the empowering “Everybody Rise”, she followed up with a rendition of her latest single One thing is for sure — Amy Shark ’s performance received nowhere near as much criticism as the AFL Grand Final.

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'There's literally 20 people out there sorting it,' her colleague said, as Amy joked she needed the bathroom.

The camera then cut to a gaggle of workers attempting to break the singer out from the outside of the huge metal truck, but to no avail.

a group of people in a room: Freedom! After realising the door couldn't be fixed, the songstress had to scramble out of a window to make it to her performance on time © Provided by Daily Mail Freedom! After realising the door couldn't be fixed, the songstress had to scramble out of a window to make it to her performance on time

'Am I going out the window?' Amy joked - before coming to the realisation that it was her only option to get to stage.

'Just going to go and play the pre-match final! Just on my way to stage,' she said, as she slipped her body out of the small window and into the arms of workers waiting outside.

Luckily, the starlet managed to make it just in time for her performance, which gained mixed reviews from viewers.

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Amy Shark kicked off the pre-game entertainment with her hit single, I Said Hi. Rain has battered much of the east coast all weekend, almost forcing the postponement of the AFL Grand Australian singer-songwriter Amy Shark kicked off the pre-game entertainment for the NRL Grand Final in

She her set with her 2020 hit Everybody Rise, not letting the pouring rain dampen her spirits.

She then surprised her fans by belting out the lyrics to her latest track C'MON, released this week, with collaborator Travis Barker playing the drums via video link.

a woman standing on a stage: Made it! Luckily, the starlet managed to make it just in time for her performance, which gained mixed reviews from viewers © Provided by Daily Mail Made it! Luckily, the starlet managed to make it just in time for her performance, which gained mixed reviews from viewers a woman standing on a stage: Local talent: On Sunday night, the ARIA Award-winner took to the stage to performed a number of her hits, including Everybody Rise © Provided by Daily Mail Local talent: On Sunday night, the ARIA Award-winner took to the stage to performed a number of her hits, including Everybody Rise

Amy and Travis weren't the only talent on the night, with INXS' Andrew Farriss and Kirk Pengilly performing their iconic 1987 hit, Never Tear Us Apart, alongside Amy.

Earlier on Sunday, Amy revealed her gratitude for the chance to perform at the Grand Final in a heartfelt tweet.

'After what 2020 has thrown at us all, no rain will dampen my mood or performance today,' she wrote.

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The NRL 's showcase game is set to be affected by huge rains and wild winds - so will it benefit the Penrith No thunder or lightning is forecast for Sydney, which almost threatened to delay the AFL grand The rain hasn't dampened the spirits of Australian singer Amy Shark , who will headline the

'I'll give this NRL Grand Final everything I physically have, rain, hail or shine. Let's do this Australia.'

a woman talking on a cell phone: Excited: Earlier on Sunday, Amy revealed her gratitude for the chance to perform at the Grand Final in a heartfelt tweet, saying 'no rain will dampen my mood or performance today!' © Provided by Daily Mail Excited: Earlier on Sunday, Amy revealed her gratitude for the chance to perform at the Grand Final in a heartfelt tweet, saying 'no rain will dampen my mood or performance today!' Read more

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