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Alanis Morissette axed her performance at the 37th Annual Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in Los Angeles at the eleventh hour, we’re told.

The “You Oughta Know” singer was set to perform Carly Simon’s “You’re So Vain” along with Olivia Rodrigo, but she “bowed out last minute” after rehearsal on Friday, an insider told Page Six.

“When she ran through it the first time with Olivia, it seemed like they weren’t prepared,” the insider said.

Simon’s guitarist, Jimmy Ryan, leaked that Morissette was performing last month in a since-deleted Facebook post. But the Hall of Fame never officially confirmed her as one of the performers.

After Friday’s rehearsal, organizers received notification that Morissette “has chosen not to perform,” our insider shared.


Olivia Rodrigo performed solo and Sara Bareilles accepted the honor on behalf of Simon, who could not attend.

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Olivia Rodrigo performed solo and Sara Bareilles accepted the honor on behalf of Simon, who could not attend.

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Olivia Rodrigo performed solo and Sara Bareilles accepted the honor on behalf of Simon, who could not attend.

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