All seemed well before the awards show, but the cries of country music fans may have been enough to cause the organization to delete all evidence of Beyoncé and the Dixie Chicks’ performance.
Prior to the CMA Awards, the show touted Beyoncé’s performance, heavily promoting her appearance and sending fans into a frenzy.
During the show, co-host Brad Paisley continuously mentioned Bey’s performance and when the moment arrived the internet went into complete chaos. It was probably the first time ever the show’s viewers were so diverse.
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However, today, many have noticed the the Country Music Association Awards has deleted all traces of Beyonce’s performance of “Daddy Lessons’’ with the Dixie Chicks.
There was no evidence of Beyonce’s performance anywhere; not on Facebook, Twitter, or the organizations official list of performers. And preliminary numbers show that the CMA’s ratings were at an historic high last night, meaning the organization profited big from Bey’s appearance.