Alanis Morissette bailed on Carly Simon Rock & Roll Hall of Fame tribute

We are told that Alanis Morissette made an appearance at the 37th Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in Los Angeles at the eleventh hour to perform Carly Simon’s “You’re So Vain” with Yu Augta.

An insider told Page Six, after rehearsing on Friday, she “bowed out at the last minute.” Alanis Morissette kicked out of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to pay tribute to Carly Simon after rehearsing with Olivia Rodrigo.

The insider said, when she first went to Olivia, it felt like they weren’t ready. Simon’s guitarist, Jimmy Ryan, leaked that Morissette was performing in a deleted Facebook post last month. But the Hall of Fame never officially confirmed him as one of the cast.

After the show Rodrigo attended his rendition of Simon’s 1972 classic. Another source who attended the ceremony, which officially aired on HBO on November 19, tells us she kicked ass.

Sara Bareilles honored Simon, who was unable to attend due to the recent deaths of his sisters who died of cancer last month, by performing the 1977 ballad and James Bond theme, Nobody Does It Better. Bareilly accepted the honor on his behalf.

Also at the ceremony, rocker John Mellencamp led the crowd to speak out against anti-Semitism by enlisting his longtime lawyer Alan Grubman to help the Hearts So Good singer because “silence is complicity.

Another insider told us that Mellencamp chatted with Grubman before the speech and told him that I’m not going to tell you what I’m going to say in a few minutes, but it needs to be said and it’s going to happen to people. going to happen with

Meanwhile, country legend Dolly Parton grabbed everyone’s attention with stars like Pink Sheryl Crow, Brandi Carlyle and Rodrigo. Our first insider said they were engaged before the show and after a group photo each of the actors took their individual photos with Dolly.

Janet Jackson, who was inducted in 2019, was at a ceremony to honor my extended brothers and closest artistic collaborators, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis,” she said during her speech. Reconstruction Control saw her debut album as a single. With tribute.

We heard she later hosted a party at the West Hollywood edition, where D-Nice played mostly Jackson’s Jam and Lewis-produced tunes to host the red carpet on SiriusXM’s Bevy Smith Rock Hall YouTube channel.

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