Allie X Urges Fans to 'Be Responsible and Consider Community' During Billboard Live At-Home: Watch

Allie X broadcasted live from her home studio on Thursday (March 26) for a Billboard Live At-Home session to raise money for Meals on Wheels America.

Playing acoustic versions of songs from her new album Cape God, the avant-garde pop star kicked off her set with "Love Me Wrong" -- which originally features collaborator and pal Troye Sivan -- before transitioning into a solo rendition of Mitski-assisted album cut "Susie Save Your Love."

During the live stream, Allie X explained why she chose her nonprofit partner for the At-Home. "The charity that I selected is Meals on Wheels, which is a service that provides food for seniors and the elderly, which is obviously important right now. We don't want any seniors or elderly people leaving their houses or their homes, so...Meals on Wheels!"

The singer-songwriter also performed "Devil I Know" and "Madame X" before closing out with "Super Duper Party People." As she introduced the final song, Allie X shared a sweet message of support with fans regarding the current coronavirus pandemic: "I hope you're all doing OK. This is a really weird time. I'm sending you all love and good energy. Try to be responsible and consider community -- stay inside."

Check out Allie X's full Billboard Live At-Home performance above, and donate to Meals on Wheels America here.


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