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Normani Serves Up A Late Night Twerk Session In Ivy Park Rodeo + Fans Demand She Performs At VMAs!

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Normani shows out in Beyoncé's Ivy Park Rodeo after revealing MTV's Video Music Awards had not invited her to perform at this year's ceremony. Now, fans (including Cardi B) are DEMANDING they book her perform. More inside...

Twerkulator activated!

Normani turns up the heat on social media with her latest IG posts where she shows off her "Wild Side" in Beyoncé's Ivy Park Rodeo threads.

Bey sent the former Fifth Harmony singer pieces from her Ivy Park Rodeo collection and sis delivered with the promo. Shot by Blair Caldwell, the "Motivation" singer served up a few breathtaking pictorials that could have been added to the official rollout. Her skin, that bawdy & booty were perfection:

Then, she tapped into her "Wide Side" with a quick twerk session in her Ivy Park Rodeo denim shorts:

Get it.

A few days ago, MTV announced the first round of performers that are set to hit the stage at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards and Normani was not named. Cardi B - who collaborated with Normani on "Wild Side" - tweeted that she hoped the "Motivation" singer will perform during this year's awards. Normani responded that they hadn't hit her up yet, prompting Cardi to tag the VMAs, demanding they invite her to perform. Peep the tweets:

In a recent interview with Atlanta's Q99.7, Normani said she's "disappointed" that she hasn't been booked to perform: 

 

 

It didn't take long before the #LetNormaniPerform hashtag and her 2019 VMAs performance started to trend:

 

Sis ATE that performance. You missed it? Click HERE.

By the way, Normani's former Fifth Harmony bandmate, Camila Cabello, was announced as a performer in the first round. Hmph.

Fans have been going hard for Normani on social media to encourage producers to invite her to perform. There's still time since they haven't released the second round of performers, so fans are keeping their fingers crossed, us included.

The 2021 “VMAs” return to New York City airing LIVE from Barclays Center on Sunday, September 12 at 8PM EST/PST.

On the magazine front...

The gorgeous singer covers ALLURE magazine's September 2021 where she talks about reinventing herself, struggles she has faced as a Black woman, her upcoming solo album, and the impact she wants to have on the music industry.

 

"My purpose in this work that I do is for other people that feel like they have Black women figured out," she said. "There's so many layers to us, there's so many textures, there's so much that we're capable of doing. Yes, I can throw ass. But I can also give you a proper eight-count, and I can do ballet, and I can do contemporary dance. If I want to sing this pop ballad, then you're going to love it! While you see my Black face!"

 

 

 

 

You can read the full cover story here.

 

Photo: Ted Alexander Somerville/Shutterstock

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