MTV EMAs 2017: French Montana's 'Unforgettable' Performance Was Interrupted by a Stage Invader


MTV EMAs 2017: French Montana's 'Unforgettable' Performance Was Interrupted by a Stage Invader


The stage invader was revealed to be a member of a British pranksters' group called Trollstation, who have claimed that the prank was done to help raise money for BBC Children in Need.
There were a lot of unforgettable moments at 2017 MTV Europe Music Awards, which was held on Sunday, November 12 in Wembley. One of them was French Montana's "Unforgettable" performance, where an uninvited guest suddenly showed up at the stage.

French was casually performing his song along with Swae Lee and a group of back dancers when a man suddenly emerged on the stage while waving a banner behind the 33-year-old rapper. Both French and Swae remained professional after they noticed the unknown man's presence. Swae even wrapped his arms around the stage invader's shoulder while spitting his lines. The uninvited guest was eventually escorted offstage by the security.



The stage invader was later revealed to be a member of British pranksters' group called Trollstation, who recently invaded one of performances on U.K.'s "The X Factor". The group claimed that the prank at 2017 MTV EMAs was done to help raise money for BBC Children in Need via Mybusks app.

Elsewhere at the event, Liam Payne wowed the crowd with his performance of "Strip That Down". Clad in a colorful shirt and a pair of black pants, the 24-year-old singer showed off some flashy dance moves alongside the backup dancers during the performance.



Clean Bandit, meanwhile, delivered an incredible medley of their hit songs with several acts and a phalanx of violinists. They first performed "Symphony" with Zara Larsson, who wrapped up in a black shirt and a ruffled white skirt. Shortly after that, Julia Michaels joined the band, which was formed in 2008, performing "I Miss You". Anne-Marie ended their performance with "Rockabye".



French later returned to the stage, joining Charli XCX and David Guetta. The trio performed their collaborative track, "Dirty Sexy Money", closing out the show. French showed up on the middle of the stage after Charli finished singing her part. Towards the end of their performance, a rain of fake money fell down the arena.



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