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Lorde Performs 'Team' at 2013 ARIA Awards

December 2, 2013 (7:35 am) GMT
Donning an all black outfit and sporting a new hair do, the New Zealand native delivers a haunting rendition of her new global single.

stunned the crowd when she took the stage at Australian Recording Industry Association Awards, which was held at The Star Casino & Hotel in Sydney, Australia on December 1. Wearing a black outfit and sporting a new straight hair do, the New Zealand native performed a haunting rendition of her new global single, "Team".

R&B princess also made an appearance at the event. Not only did she deliver a medley of her two songs "Girl on Fire" and "Brand New Me", but the singer also presented the Best Female Artist award to .

"Shut the gate, I'm just going to say it - this is so deadly," Mauboy said onstage. "You're so incredible I can't stop looking at you. Oh man, oh my goodness, Alicia Keys."

That night, "Australian Idol" alum took home two awards, Best Pop Release for his album "" and Best Australian Live Act. "This is very unexpected," he said. "I can say that because I think I've been nominated for twenty something [awards] and I haven't won yet and here I am."

"It's the pop category and you know it's Australia it's a small community of songwriters and musos and it's not like the States," he added. "There are artists here writing for themselves, producing for themselves and so this is a massive credit to all the pop acts here and I'm stoked to have won this."

Electronic music instrumentalist and psychedelic rockers from were big winners at the event. Flume nabbed awards in categories that included Best Male Artist, Best Dance Release and Breakthrough Artist of the Year. Meanwhile Tame Impala, who's enjoying the success of their "" album, won awards for Best Rock Album, Best Group and Album of the Year. The full winner list is available here.



Lorde Performs "Team":


Alicia Keys Performs a Medley of "Girl on Fire" and "Brand New Me":








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