Megan Thee Stallion Performs ‘Angst’ – Hollywood Life


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Megan Thee Stallion come kill with her Saturday Night Live performance on October 15th! The rapper, 27, returned to Studio 8H to charm fans with her song “Angs.” She wore a beauty pageant-inspired dress as she donned a sash that read “Miss Anxiety” for an ’80s-inspired vibe. Megan stunned in the strapless sequin dress with a mermaid skirt, surrounded by dancers in sashes singing “Overwhelmed,” “Unsafe” and “Mrs. Overlooked.” A sparkling silver crown appeared on the screen behind the band during the performance, covering the studio decor.

Her flow was on point as she dropped bars on the Go Grizzly produced track from her album Traumatized. “People call me rude cause I don’t let them try/say ‘I’m a ho cause I’m in love with my body/problems but no one I could talk to about it/they keep saying ‘I need to get help/ But I don’t even know what I need,” she says in the song, which promotes mental health awareness.

Megan Thee Stallion Performs ‘Anxiety’ on ‘SNL’ (NBC)

Megan’s hair and makeup were also on point for the first performance, drawing inspiration from the past. She gave seriously Diana Ross and The Supremes vibes with her ’60s-inspired up-do paired with her signature dramatic eye makeup and glossy lips.

She returned for a second performance “NDA” and “Plan B”, which brought the street atmosphere SNL. Meg once again looked amazing in a black bodysuit and thigh high cargo boots, teamed with sunglasses, while her dancers wore leather crop tops. “Ladies, love yourself because it can get ugly,” she says on “Plan B,” which she previously said was inspired by past relationships.

The Houston native is no stranger to the SNL studio when she made her headlining debut two years ago with her viral tune “Savage” (which also helped blow up TikTok during quarantine). She used the stage to deliver a powerful and poignant message about women and the Black Lives Matter movement at the time.

“We must protect our black women. And love us Black women. Because at the end of the day, we need our Black women,” she said on stage in 2020. “At the end of the day, we’re tired of seeing hashtags about Black men,” she said as a screen reading “Protect Black Women” appeared behind her.

Megan – née Megan Jovan Ruth Pete – actually made her debut in 2019 with a friend Chance The Rapper. She helped him with a remix of his track “Handsome”, marking her very first appearance on the show.


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