AMAs: Watch Cardi B’s Surprise Performance With GloRilla After Takeoff Tribute

Amas: watch cardi b's surprise performance with glorilla after takeoff tribute

Entertainment Tonight published this video item, entitled “AMAs: Watch Cardi B’s Surprise Performance With GloRilla After Takeoff Tribute” – below is their description.

Cardi B joins GloRilla onstage for a surprise performance of their hit song, ‘Tomorrow 2,’ during the 2022 American Music Awards. The singer’s appearance comes after host Wayne Brady paid tribute to her husband Offset’s late cousin, Takeoff. The 2022 American Music Awards aired live Sunday, Nov. 20 on ABC.

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