Alanis Morissette has taken to Instagram to clarify her absence from a tribute efficiency at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony Saturday night time in Los Angeles.
The Ottawa-raised “You Oughta Know” singer was anticipated to hitch Olivia Rodrigo in duet of “You’re So Vain” to honour inductee Carly Simon.
But Morissette did not hit the stage and later posted a message to her followers hinting at an expertise with the manufacturing crew that kicked up recollections of “an overarching anti-woman sentiment” she’s skilled in the leisure business.
Morissette wrote that she’s “sucked it up on extra events than I can depend” with a purpose to carry out for audiences over the years, however she not wants “to spend time in an surroundings that reduces ladies.”
She didn’t supply any additional specifics of the behaviour that prompted her to exit the show. Rodrigo went on to carry out the Simon tribute solo.
Representatives for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame didn’t instantly reply to requests for remark.
“I’ve had numerous unbelievable experiences with manufacturing groups with all genders all through my life. So many, and so enjoyable,” Morissette continued in her message.
“There is nothing higher than a crew of numerous folks coming along with one mission. I’ll proceed to show up in these environments with bells on.”