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Chloe x Halle Perform National Anthem at First NFL Game of the Season

Chloe x Halle Perform National Anthem at First NFL Game of the Season

Chloe x Halle kicked off the NFL season by performing the National Anthem for the first game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Houston Texans on Thursday night (September 10).

The sisters pre-recorded their performance at the empty Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in California.

For the performance of the Star-Spangled Banner, Chloe and Halle honored George Floyd and Breonna Taylor by wearing their faces on their shirts. At the end of the song, the girls raised their fists in the air.

Halle‘s shirt had George Floyd on it and above his photo, it said “Rest In Power.” Chloe wore Breonna Taylor on her shirt, and above the photo, it read, “Say Her Name.”

In case you missed it, see what Halle said about how Chloe helped boost her confidence to do The Little Mermaid.


Chloe x Halle Perform the National Anthem

Halle Bailey Says Sister Chloe's Support Helped Her Confidence For 'The Little Mermaid'

Halle Bailey Says Sister Chloe's Support Helped Her Confidence For 'The Little Mermaid'

Halle Bailey is dishing on doing projects without her sister Chloe!

The sister duo opened up in their new Cosmopolitan cover interview.

“Whenever we’re apart, I feel like my right arm is missing,” Halle said. “I say this all the time: I’m not sure what I would do if I was by myself going through this whole thing.”

“You are so nice!” Chloe responded.

“But it’s true. Whenever individual opportunities come, it’s exciting because when one of us wins, the other one does too,” Halle added.

Speaking about individual projects, Chloe actually went to stay with Halle in London for a little bit to “help ease her younger sister into being away from home” while she worked on The Little Mermaid. Unfortunately, production got shut down right before filming started due to the pandemic.

Halle dished that having her sister’s support really helped her confidence in doing such a big project.

Chloe x Halle Drop 'Do It' Remix Featuring Doja Cat & More - Listen Now!

Chloe x Halle Drop 'Do It' Remix Featuring Doja Cat & More - Listen Now!

Chloe x Halle have released a new remix of their song “Do It“!

The new version features appearances from Doja Cat, Mulatto and the duo City Girls.

“love when strong, powerful black women come together. there’s nothing like it. women are running things rn 🙌🏽💕💕💕,” Chloe x Halle tweeted on Friday (September 4).

“Thanks for having us I was hella nervous! 😫🤍,” JT from City Girls wrote on the girls’ Instagram post.

“you sound soooo good 😩😩🔥🔥,” Chloe and Halle commented on Doja Cat‘s Instagram.

In case you missed it, check out Chloe x Halle‘s “Ungodly Hour” performance from the 2020 MTV VMAs pre-show earlier in the week!

Be sure to also give some love to the original version of “Do It” and watch the music video right here.


Chloe x Halle – ‘Do It’ Remix ft. Doja Cat, City Girls & Mulatto

Chloe x Halle Channel Spice Girls With 'Drag Race' Stars For 'Do It' at GLAAD Awards

Chloe x Halle Channel Spice Girls With 'Drag Race' Stars For 'Do It' at GLAAD Awards

Chloe x Halle put on one great performance for the 2020 GLAAD Awards!

The sister duo performed their song “Do It” at The Chapel at The Abbey in West Hollywood, Calif.

Chloe x Halle were joined by RuPaul’s Drag Race stars Vanessa Vanjie Mateo, Naomi Smalls and Mayhem Miller, as they all channeled the Spice Girls.

“we are SO proud to stand alongside our #LGBTQIA+ family at the #GLAADawards this year. thanks to these beautiful queens @naomismalls @vanessavanjie @theonlymayhem for performing with us. the melantated spice girls 😛🐯👅enjoy 💋🌈💕,” the girls wrote on Instagram with the video of their performance.

In other news, Chloe x Halle were just nominated for 2020 MTV VMAs!

The girls are up for the Best R&B award for “Do It” and Best Quarantine Performance for “Do It” from MTV’s Prom-athon. Congrats ladies!


Chloe x Halle – ‘Do It’ Livve at GLAAD Awards

Chloe x Halle Drop 'Forgive Me' Music Video On Album Release Day

Chloe x Halle Drop 'Forgive Me' Music Video On Album Release Day

Chloe x Halle released another amazing music video on Friday (June 12)!

The sisters dropped the “Forgive Me” visual the same day their new album Ungodly Hour was released.

The video started with a watch warning, which said, “The following fiction has been approved for appropriate audiences. Ungodly Hour album out now on all streaming platforms.”

Chloe x Halle recently opened up about working with Beyoncé and getting her input. If you didn’t know, the girls are signed to Bey‘s Parkwood Entertainment label.

“We were of course very shocked, very mind-blown, because she (Beyoncé) has always been an inspiration to us… We are just so grateful to be in a position to have her advice and feedback on things that we do. But also, at the same time allow us to thrive and grow on our own,” Halle told Radio.com.

In case you missed it, see what Chloe and Halle said about their new music!


Chloe x Halle – ‘Forgive Me’ Music Video

Chloe x Halle: 'Ungodly Hour' Album Stream & Download - Listen Now!

Chloe x Halle: 'Ungodly Hour' Album Stream & Download - Listen Now!

Chloe x Halle have released their new album Ungodly Hour and it’s so good!

The album was delayed by a week out of respect for the Black Lives Matter movement and you can now listen to it right here.

Chloe revealed that the title for the album came about after they worked with Disclosure.

“We wrote this song [the title track “Ungodly Hour”] with Disclosure, and we had the best time. I forgot what I was watching, but I heard the phrase ‘ungodly hour’ and wrote it in my notes. [It] kind of stuck out to all of us, and we were like, ‘What can you say with this?’ We all came up with this sentence: ‘Love me at the ungodly hour,’ which means love me when I’m at my worst; love me when I’m not all dolled up and made up. Love me when all my insecurities are out on the table,” she told Teen Vogue.

You can download the album now on iTunes or stream it below on Spotify.

Chloe x Halle Open Up About Their New Music & Hopes For Awards Someday

Chloe x Halle Open Up About Their New Music & Hopes For Awards Someday

Chloe x Halle are dishing on their new music!

The sister duo opened up about working with Disclosure on the title song from their upcoming album Ungodly Hour, and more.

“We wrote this song [the title track 'Ungodly Hour'] with Disclosure, and we had the best time. I forgot what I was watching, but I heard the phrase ‘ungodly hour’ and wrote it in my notes,” Chloe told Teen Vogue. “[It] kind of stuck out to all of us, and we were like, ‘What can you say with this?’ We all came up with this sentence: ‘Love me at the ungodly hour,’ which means love me when I’m at my worst; love me when I’m not all dolled up and made up. Love me when all my insecurities are out on the table.”

“For Ungodly Hour we were so excited to just flip the narrative of being the perfect angel and show the other side[s] of us,” Halle said of their album. “The dark side, the naughty side, the things that happen that you don’t see behind the scenes.”

“We wanted to show our sensual side because we are growing as young women, but we still kept it classy and cute,” Chloe added. “It was just really fun for us to do that. We also wanted to start dancing this era, and just something really simple. And it makes us so happy to see everyone doing that dance on TikTok.”

The girls also dished on returning to their YouTube roots and hoping to get recognized for their work with awards in the future.

“Awards would be nice. Being at the top of these Hot 100 lists would be beautiful and amazing, but as long as I’m growing and I’m a better version of myself tomorrow than I was today, I am content,” Chloe said of their future hopes.

“We’ve kind of gotten back to our roots and started doing what originally got us started, which is doing YouTube covers, interacting on social media, and connecting with our beautiful fans through there,” Halle added about promoting the album during quarantine.

For more from Chloe x Halle, head on over to TeenVogue.com!