Ariana DeBose Deleted Twitter account Faced criticism on Social Media

Ariana DeBose deleted Twitter account faced criticism on social media at the BAFTA Awards.

Ariana DeBose's performance at the BAFTAs took social media Twitter by storm.  On singing a rap song celebrating all the women nominated for the award, the performance was criticized by many, causing DeBose to deactivate her Twitter.

BAFTA Awards producer Nick Bullen has come out in support of Ariana DeBose after she was criticized, saying the Twitter criticism of Ariana DeBose at the BAFTA awards show was "incredibly unfair".

After a speech by presenter Richard E. Grant, DeBoses came on stage to perform "We Are Family" and "Sisters Are Doing It for Themselves", DeBoss then switched to an original rap, in which the women for the award  Contenders was praised, which viewers found was not properly planned for.

The rap was immediately followed by a flurry of criticism online from viewers on Twitter who called it "horrible" to watch.  Bullen, CEO of British production firm Spoon Gold, said how unfair and unfair it is to the audience to not appreciate the hard work of any artist and talked about how bad the performance is.

Although the audience present at the BAFTA Awards said that they enjoyed every moment, it did not prove the same for those who were watching the performance from their homes.  The song's lyrics may have struck a chord with the audience, and a clip of them went viral on Twitter last night, but the atmosphere at the award show was jovial and peaceful.

A few Glances About Ariana DeBose

Ariana DeBose is an American actress, singer, and dancer, known for her work in musical theater and on screen. She was born on January 25, 1991, in North Carolina, and grew up in Florida.

DeBose's career began in the ensemble of the Broadway revival of "Bring It On: The Musical" in 2012. She went on to appear in several other Broadway productions, including "Motown: The Musical," "Pippin," and "Hamilton," in which she originated the roles of the Bullet and Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton.

Ariana DeBose Deleted Twitter account Faced criticism on Social Media
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In 2018, DeBose made her feature film debut in "The Greatest Showman," and later appeared in "West Side Story" (2021) as Anita, for which she received critical acclaim.

DeBose has also appeared on television, including guest appearances on "Blue Bloods," "The Breaks," and "One Life to Live." She was also a contestant on the sixth season of "So You Think You Can Dance."

In addition to her acting career, DeBose is an activist for LGBTQ+ rights and mental health awareness, and has spoken openly about her experiences with depression and anxiety.

Interesting Fact about Ariana DeBose 

Before making her Broadway debut in "Bring It On: The Musical," DeBose was a contestant on the TV show "So You Think You Can Dance." She made it to the Top 20 but was eliminated in the third week of competition.

In addition to her work on stage and screen, DeBose is also a singer. She released a self-titled EP in 2017, which features covers of songs by artists such as Sara Bareilles and John Mayer.

DeBose is an advocate for mental health awareness and has spoken openly about her struggles with depression and anxiety. In an interview with Playbill, she said, "It's so important to take care of your mental's okay to ask for help."

DeBose is also an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and has spoken about her own experiences as a queer woman. In an interview with Variety, she said, "It's important to me to use my platform to help people feel seen and heard."

In 2021, DeBose was named one of Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World, in the category of "Artists." In her profile, Lin-Manuel Miranda (creator of "Hamilton") wrote, "Ariana DeBose is a star, and anyone who's seen her onstage or onscreen knows that. But what makes her so special is the light she shines offstage."

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