The Hell theme continued with 17-year-old songstress Billie Eilish, who offered her song “All the Good Girls Go to Hell.” It begins with the words “My Lucifer is lonely.”
(Brent Bozell & Tim Graham – Townhall) ABC aired The American Music Awards on Sunday, Nov. 24, and the big surprise was that none of the featured pop stars launched into a political diatribe about the horrors of the Trump era. The shock factor was reserved for one of the most vicious assaults on God ever projected by Hollywood.
One of today’s most popular singers among teenagers is Camila Cabello, and she performed her song “Living Proof,” which suggests God is found in her lover’s raunchy moves. “Like a choir singing ‘Hallelujah’/ When my body’s crashin’ right into ya,” she sang. “Ooh, there’s God in every move/ Ooh, and you’re the living proof.” In the second verse, Cabello added, “Show your demons, and I might show you mine/ One at a time.”
The lyrics were illustrated onstage with a set of male and female dancers around the singer, all dressed in lacy costumes. Some costumes were white lace, and some were black, and they wore implied wings on their backs, suggesting a blurring of angels and demons. But it ended with these spiritual dancers thrusting their bodies into one another while surrounded by flames. The audience got the hint. One tweeted: “Thank you for the giant stage orgy! It was beautiful!”
That, believe it or not, wasn’t the worst of it.