Doja Cat Earns Praise for Hilariously Handling Mic Malfunction During L.A. Show

The 'Planet Her' artist, who is currently on her 'The Scarlet Tour', had her mic cut out when she began singing the SZA-assisted track 'Kiss Me More' at Los Angeles' Arena on Thursday, November 2.

AceShowbiz - Doja Cat's microphone went out during her recent performance but she knew exactly how to handle it. Instead of getting panicked or upset, the "Planet Her" artist used comedy to deal with the mishap and people loved it.

The incident took place when Doja performed at Los Angeles' Arena on Thursday, November 2. When she began singing the SZA-assisted track "Kiss Me More", the mic was not working.

A video surfacing online showed the femcee trying to find out the issue. At one point, she shook the mic frantically while screaming. Despite her annoyance, the Grammy winner kept dancing until someone from her crew gave her a new mic.

Many have since applauded Doja's reaction. One person in particular wrote on X (formerly Twitter), "Her reaction to her mic giving out….just makes me love her more bruh. A true Libra reaction," adding crying laughing emojis.

Another penned, "I'm sure most people weren't even listening to her sing, they were there more to see he perform! She's very talented! And crazy." Someone else then gushed, "The way shes so unserious lmao i love her."

Doja is currently on her "The Scarlet Tour", which kicked off on October 31 in San Francisco. Aside from Los Angeles, she will make stops in cities like Las Vegas, Denver, Houston, Dallas, Miami, New York, Boston, Detroit and more before closing out in Chicago on December 13.

In October, Doja divulged that "Scarlet" was not the original name she chose for her album. "I don't care about the meaning being so deep, as much as the word being a cool word. I just like good words. I thought 'Hellmouth' was cool … it's like the gates of hell. But that felt so aggressive to me after a while, and I don't know if I even like it anymore," she explained on the "Hot Ones" YouTube show.

"I change my mind constantly. And 'Scarlet' felt like the right thing to do, because it's kind of an ode to 'Hot Pink'," she added. "I did the name of a colour, but it's not really; you think of Scarlett as someone's first name, and not as a colour. That was kind of the twist to it. And also red is just a passionate shade."

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