FRANCHISE HERALD
Thursday October 1, 2020

updated - October 1, 2020 Thursday EDT

Hozier Victoria's Secret Appearance Causes Stir But Singer Thinks Song Is 'Not All That Inappropriate'

Dec 20, 2014 07:32 PM EST | By Evelyn Hammond
Tags
Hozier, Victorias Secret, Take me to church, Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande
Close
Hozier at Victoria's Secret Angels fashion show
Hozier at Victoria's Secret Angels fashion show(Photo : Pascal Le Segretain | Getty Images| Entertainment)

Not everyone is sold on upcoming artist Hozier's Victoria's Secret appearance wherein he sang his single 'Take Me to Church.' The annual lingerie fashion show was held last week and saw special song numbers from various artists like Hozier, Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, and Ed Sheeran. Although the Irish singer has been one of the most liked new artists today, his appearance at Victoria's Secret fashion show didn't please some fans.


Irish Times even published a blog talking about how Hozier should have not appeared in the Victoria's Secret Angels fashion show.

"Hozier is au fait with the word misogyny. Hozier should not be standing on a London stage as the inert backdrop to a bunch of breasts. He is worth more than that. More than Victoria's Secret were paying him anyway.

Victoria's Secret call their models "Angels". At least there's a Take Me To Church tie in there. Otherwise, there probably is "no excuse for ignorance".

You've told us your sins and we've sharpened our knife, Hozier," the news website's Anthea McTeirnan wrote.


Hozier performing at the Victoria's Secret Angels fashion show


Hozier hasn't made any comments about the criticisms on his performance at the Victoria's Secret Angels fashion. However, in an interview with MTV, he insisted that Take Me to Church was not really irrelevant in the occasion.

"I mean, 'Take Me To Church' is about sex. So, it's not all that inappropriate. I mean, you know, it's lingerie. It's underwear. And it is sexual. I mean, the song is sexual. [Lingerie] has something to do with female sexual agency and having control over your own sexuality and your own body. For me that's something that the music deals with also," Hozier said.

The Irish singer also talked about what Take Me to Church really means.

"I kind of think if there's nothing to say, don't say it. The lyrics are, for me, one of the most important parts of the song, and the way I see it, whether you're talking about that type of stuff, or you're just talking about anything, either way, it is a reflection of the times and it is a reflection of what's going on now at the minute."

Get the Most Popular Franchiseherald Stories in a Weekly Newsletter
© 2015 Franchise Herald. All rights reserved.
>>>>>>> 10460c7d066ded6bd40ea293096592303635a9b7 <<<<<<< HEAD ======= >>>>>>> 10460c7d066ded6bd40ea293096592303635a9b7
<<<<<<< HEAD ======= >>>>>>> 10460c7d066ded6bd40ea293096592303635a9b7

Connect With Franchise News

Email Newsletter

TOP 10 FRANCHISES OF 2020

  • RANK
    FRANCHISE NAME
    STARUP COSTS
  • 1nc
    Hampton Hotels
    $3.7M - 13.52M
  • 2nc
    Subway
    $85.2K - 260.35K
  • 3up
    Jiffy Lube Int'l. Inc.
    $196.5K - 304K
  • 4down
    7-Eleven Inc.
    $30.8K - 1.64M
  • 5up
    Supercuts
    $103.55K - 196.5K
  • 6up
    Anytime Fitness
    $56.3K - 353.9K
  • 7down
    Servpro
    $133.05K - 181.45K
  • 8down
    Denny's Inc.
    $1.18M - 2.4M
  • 9down
    McDonald's
    $1M - 2.16M
  • 10down
    Pizza Hut Inc.
    $295K - 2.15M
Real Time Analytics