2021 ARIA Awards: Odette shares a hilarious meme of herself after losing two awards

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2021 ARIA Awards: Odette shares a hilarious meme of herself after losing out on two gongs – as she vows to ‘burn this industry to the ground’


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Odette offered a hilarious response after losing out on two ARIA Awards during Wednesday night’s ceremony at Sydney’s Taronga Zoo.

The 24-year-old musician was pipped to the post for Best Adult Contemporary Album and Best Cover Art at the annual event – yet failed to offer a somewhat expected congratulatory response to those who won.

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Instead, she created a hilarious meme of herself on Instagram, where her blurred figure was seen staring blankly at the camera in disgust over the loss.

Hilarious: Odette offered a brilliant response after losing two ARIA Awards during Wednesday night's ceremony. The artist made a hilarious meme of herself and shared it to her account, captioned: 'I didn't win. I will burn this industry to the ground'

Hilarious: Odette offered a brilliant response after losing two ARIA Awards during Wednesday night’s ceremony. The artist made a hilarious meme of herself and shared it to her account, captioned: ‘I didn’t win. I will burn this industry to the ground’

Proving she’s got a sense of humour, she wittily joked: ‘I didn’t win. I will burn this industry to the ground.’

In the Cover Art category, Eben Ejdne was nominated for Odette’s album Herald.

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However, they were beaten out by Kofi Ansah & Bailey Howard for Genesis Owusu’s album Smiling with No Teeth.

Similarly, Odette’s album Herald was also nominated for Best Adult Contemporary Album, but lost out to Crowded House’s Dreamers Are Waiting.

Stylish: For the event, Odette rocked up in a quirky beige, yellow and brown ensemble with extra-long sleeves

Stylish: For the event, Odette rocked up in a quirky beige, yellow and brown ensemble with extra-long sleeves

For the event, Odette rocked up in a quirky beige, yellow and brown ensemble with extra-long sleeves.

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She teamed the look with a pair of black boots, and accessorised with a statement necklace.

Odette wore a flash of makeup on her already striking features, and appeared in good spirits while posing next to a friend on the red carpet.

Cool: Odette wore a flash of makeup on her already striking features, and appeared in good spirits while posing next to a friend on the red carpet

Cool: Odette wore a flash of makeup on her already striking features, and appeared in good spirits while posing next to a friend on the red carpet

The ARIA Awards were a little different this year, as they were unable to bring in larger international acts due to the pandemic.

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This year, performing acts included Gretta Ray, Budjerah and Genesis Owusu.

The biggest star was Australian rap sensation The Kid Laroi, who performed his hit Stay – his final performance before taking a break from the limelight.

Gorgeous: Odette wore a flash of makeup on her already striking features, and appeared in good spirits while posing next to a friend on the red carpet

Gorgeous: Odette wore a flash of makeup on her already striking features, and appeared in good spirits while posing next to a friend on the red carpet

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