Maren Morris Claps Back After Internet Troll Criticizes Her Tiffany Blue Outfit

Maren Morris; Photos by @rkdeeb
Maren Morris; Photos by @rkdeeb
Maren Morris; Photos by @rkdeeb

Maren Morris brought her Humble Quest Tour to New York City’s iconic Radio City Music Hall on Friday, July 29, and documented the show on Instagram with several posts. 

At the show, the Texas native sported a long-sleeve, sky blue feathered jacket over cheeky bottoms with a rhinestone-bedazzled sheer skirt and heels. 

The outfit caused quite the stir on social media, leaving some fans divided. The majority of users complimented the look in the comments section of the post. 

“Wow! Your outfit! 😍🙌🏻🔥,” wrote one Instagram user, while another shared, “YOUR OUTFIT WAS AMAZING🔥🔥🔥.” 

One negative opinion, however, caught the GRAMMY winner’s attention.  

“Really she had to show her butt cheeks to do a show there this is where I loose respect for these singers,” an Instagram user wrote. 

The “Circles Around This Town” singer shared a screenshot of the comment alongside a photo cropped into her rear end and wrote, “When there’s a Karen, there’s a typo…” 

Some Twitter users applauded her response and rallied around her. “Be a maren, not a Karen!!!,” one fan wrote. 

During the show, Maren Morris paid tribute to Elton John with a cover of his 1972 hit, “Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters,” a song the country hitmaker dubbed “Forever one of my favorite [Elton John] songs.”

Her husband, Ryan Hurd, also joined her on stage in New York City to perform “I Can’t Love You Anymore.”

Maren Morris is currently in the midst of her Humble Quest Tour, which kicked off on June 9 in Raleigh, North Carolina.

The trek features support from Brent Cobb, Lone Bellow, Ruston Kelly, Joy Oladokun, Natalie Hemby, Brittney Spencer on select dates.

Maren Morris, Humble Quest
Maren Morris, Humble Quest

The Humble Quest Tour will wrap up on December 2 in Nashville at Bridgestone Arena.

Maren Morris’ Humble Quest Tour is in support of her third studio album of the same name, which she released in March. The project features songs such as the lead single “Circles Around This Town,” “Background Music,” and “I Can’t Love You Anymore,” a collaboration with Hurd.

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