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The track may be a 'Pure Heroine' leftover or a new song to be featured in her next album.
The 16-date tour, which is launched in support of Lorde's debut album 'Pure Heroine', will kick off in Texas on March 3 and wrap up in California on March 26.
The New Zealand-born singer explains on Twitter that the track is an old song that didn't make the cut to her debut album 'Pure Heroine'.
Photos of the Grammy nominee and her Asian boyfriend were the subject of ridicule on Twitter.
The 'Royals' hitmaker sings live from Los Angeles, while the 'I Knew You Were Trouble' singer performs from Australia.
The 'Royals' hitmaker is joining previously announced performer Robin Thicke, who's performing his 'Blurred Lines' with T.I. and the members of Earth, Wind and Fire.
Filmed in Brooklyn by Young Replicant, the new clip tells a story of a young man who's brought to a ruined 'palace' ruled by Lorde.
Donning an all black outfit and sporting a new hair do, the New Zealand native delivers a haunting rendition of her new global single.
The 'Royals' singer gives modern and dark touch to the 1985 song called 'Everybody Wants to Rule the World'.
The New Zealand-born singer doesn't want to be featured in the French DJ's upcoming studio album.
The former Disney star voices her own opinion about what the Kiwi artist calls 'feminism', saying, 'It's not feminism if you're tearing down another artist.'
An influential blogger named Veronica Bayetti Flores writes that in the chart-topping song, Lorde makes references to items that usually belong to black people.
The teen singer sings her double-platinum hit on 'Good Morning America' fall concert series at Times Square.
In addition to performing the chart-topping track, the Kiwi singer/songwriter sings 'White Teeth Teens' which is also lifted from her newly-released 'Pure Heroine' album.
The Kiwi singer/songwriter, who says she's happy that her hit song tops the chart, retweets some hate messages from Cyrus' fans who urge her to kill herself.