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Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney’s recent duet getting cut off by London officials has been a big topic of conversation in the media lately, and now Lady Antebellum is joining in on that discussion.
A strictly-enforced curfew at London's Hyde Park on Saturday night was responsible for the mics to get cut off a little after the 10:30pm curfew, and some believe that wasn’t fair.
“I'm sure there was definitely a reason. I hear that they had a very strict curfew in Hyde Park,” Lady Antebellum’s Hilary Scott said about it, Huffington Post reports.
Both Live Nation and Westminster City Council, the event’s organizers, have issued statements defending their actions.
The Westminster City Council said on Twitter that organizers “were sticking to their license for the event.” Live Nation said “the curfew is laid down by the authorities in the interest of the public's health and safety.”
The Star Tribune reports that the country trio was the support act for Springsteen that night.
They are said to be disappointed over the silencing of the two singing legends.