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The British beauty is still expected to perform at Jack Antonoff's Shadow of the City Festival in New Jersey on September 19 following the cancellation.
Before performing 'Doing It' during their appearance on the Friday, June 5 episode of the show, the two announced the second leg of their 'Charli and Jack Do America' co-headlining tour.
The co-headlining tour is opening on July 21 in San Diego, CA and will come to several cities across the U.S. before concluding on August 12 in Columbus, Ohio.
The rapper and his two collaborators dance with several women wearing giant cat heads in the video that also features cameos from famous faces including Wiz Khalifa and O.T. Genasis.
The 'Black Widow' hitmaker ditched her bra, flashing her nipples under a sheer black turtleneck top following her surprise performance at Charli's London concert on Wednesday night, March 25.
Taylor donned a floor-length black gown with red dragon embroidery, Rita wore a plunging sequined jumpsuit with flowing train, while Charli flashed extreme side boob in a backless monochrome gown.
The two British singers are pitted against each other in two categories including Best Cover Song and Woodie's Artist of the Year.
Charli also performs her own song 'Doing It' during her visit to BBC Radio 1's 'Live Lounge' to promote her 'Sucker' album that comes out in the U.K. on February 16.
The British singer worked on the Japanese lyrics for 'Boom Clap' with J-Pop star Yasuda Rei and 'Break the Rules' with Japanese singer Hiromi.
The two British singers rob a store, get chased by cops and enjoy a party in the 'Thelma and Louise'-themed music video.
The new version, which will serve as the next U.K. single off Charli's album 'Sucker', features Ora singing the second verse.
'Fancy' raptress Iggy Azalea, singer/songwriter Meghan Trainor and Australian four-piece 5 Seconds of Summer are among the brightest rising stars of 2014.
Charlotte Emma Aitchison plays 'Boom Clap' and 'Break the Rules' during the Martin Freeman-hosted episode of the 'SNL'.
The British singer dumps her boyfriend and later joins her friends for a party in a bowling alley in the BRTHR-directed music video.
The pop/punk track from Charli's forthcoming album was written by the British singer along with Robyn and Icona Pop's collaborator Patrik Berger.