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Mrs Jared Leto

Nicki Tried To Copy Britneys Iconic Snake Performance And This Happened

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TAKEN FROM TMZ:

 

A 6-foot long snake -- believed to be an anaconda -- just bit a dancer during a VMA run-through for Sunday's show ... TMZ has learned.

Nicki Minaj was on stage performing her hit, "Anaconda" when a female dancer was bit by the reptile in front of everyone.

We're told the dancer has just been taken to the hospital where she's being treated.

Anacondas are non-venomous snakes but often transmit bacteria that can lead to serious infections.

The snake was removed from the stage in a container.

It's unclear if the show will 86 the snake for the live telecast.

 

 

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I heard this earlier and thought the same thing, Britney did the snake thing the right way the first time. Everyone else needs to leave it be. Britney raised the bar so high with the snake and it's such an iconic image that it's a bad move on anyone who tries to do anything like it again. It's like taking a head-first dive into the shallow end of the pool imo. I get it that the song is called Anaconda and it makes sense but she should have done something else.

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:lolll: only :Godney: has the power over snakes, she speaks their language and can order them because she's :Godney: , nicki is just a basic irrelevant human :queenflopga: know ur place u big assed uncultural swine .

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