FKA twigs hits the stage for an energetic performance at the Osheaga Music and Art Festival on Friday (July 31) in Montreal, Canada.
“Take someone like Janet Jackson,” the 27-year-old entertainer said to the Montreal Gazette, “who always used to dance to her music. She makes music first and foremost, which is what I do. Maybe the reason people are so fascinated is because I’m classically trained, which adds another level to it. But really, I’m no different from any other artist who is known for dancing. I do ballet and contemporary, so I guess it’s a bit more abstract than twerking or something.”
Watch a performance from her set below!
FKA twigs Displays Her Rock Hard Abs for Osheaga Performance
After the show, Taylor took to her Instagram to gush about the guys’ performance.
“I am OBSESSED with @nicoandvinz and so was that Vancouver stadium crowd!! They are absolutely dynamic performers, the most down to earth guys, and Am I Wrong is such a brilliant song. SO HAPPY TONIGHT and so in awe of great artists like this,” she captioned a fun photo of the trio on stage.
Check out a fan’s clip of the performance in the video below…
The event honored marine ecologist and National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence, Dr. Enric Sala, for his work to protect the world’s last pristine marine ecosystems.
Dr. Sala, the founder and leader of the National Geographic Society’s Pristine Seas project, works with his team to identify, explore, survey and, ultimately, protect the ocean’s last-remaining wild places.
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On boyfriend Chandler: “I was blessed to meet Chandler and his family back in November 2013. We remained in touch and stayed friends. Since then, our friendship has developed into something really special. We send a Snapchat or Skype each other. We’re connected, which is so great.”
On her fashion style: “I want to try different styles. Khaki is a part of who I am, but it’s fun to get dressed up every now and then. Being a bit of a girl is always exciting. You can’t jump on a croc or climb a tree if you’re not in khaki, but I do like different clothes and playing around with it a bit.”
On her involvement in the zoo: “I’m getting ready to buckle down, work fulltime and help out with the management of Australia Zoo. As I’ve been getting older I’ve been getting more and more involved in the workings of the zoo. There’s a lot to do. I’ll be travelling and filming, too [when I finish school], but I can focus on working. Wherever I go, Australia Zoo will always be my home and I’ll always work there.”