Selena fans slam Ally Brooke's performance during the Miss Universe pageant
Ally Brooke, of Fifth Harmony fame, kicked off the Miss Universe pageant Sunday night with a stellar performance of her song “No Good”; however, unfortunately for Brooke, it was a later performance that garnered the most attention. While the top 10 finalists were introduced, Brooke sang the 1995 hit “Dreaming of You” by the late legend Selena Quintanilla, and the performance was not well received.
Dudo que #Selena este feliz con esa interpretación de esa loca #MissUniverse2019 pic.twitter.com/VwJsszbJkh
— A Duverger (@ElDuverger) December 9, 2019
That was not the best representation of #Selena or her music!
— Thaliedaniel (@Starsnd26) December 9, 2019
They having #karaokenight on #MissUniverse2019
Making every #Selena fan's ears bleed 😵
— Jei Segundo (@2ndSegundo) December 9, 2019
Although some viewers only had negative things to say, there were still those who were moved by the performance.
Listening to a #Selena song not being sung up to par on #MissUniverse2019 and I'm still crying.
We miss you #Queen pic.twitter.com/nftDget1r5
— N8VBuckeye & Fa❌ilia (@NANxox2_WOKE) December 9, 2019
Brooke is a big fan of Selena, and even gave a passionate performance to “Dreaming of You” on Dancing With The Stars earlier this year. And despite what many viewers thought about it, Selena’s sister Suzette was appreciative of the tribute Sunday night.
For more on the Miss Universe pageant go to missuniverse.com.
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