Dixie D'Amelio Says 'Life Has Moved So Fast' on iHeart Festival After Show


Night 1 of the 2020 iHeartRadio Music Festival was epic, featuring performances from superstars including Alicia Keys, Migos, Thomas Rhett (who surprised fans with Jon Pardi), Coldplay and BTS. After the show, iHeartRadio personalities including JoJo Wright, Maxwell, and Emily Curl, along with Dixie D'Amelio, hosted the official After Show and talked all things festival.

Dixie, who this year released her "Be Happy" remix featuring Blackbear and Lil Mosey, talked about how much her life has changed this year. When talking about one day getting to perform on a big stage like the iHeartRadio Music Festival, she said, "I can't even imagine getting to that point in my life. My life has moved so fast this past year that I can't even imagine. But, I just can't wait for everything to get back to normal, and I can have that opportunity."

Later on in the show, D'Amelio also talked about her friendship with Bebe Rexha. She said, "I love Bebe so much. She's one of the first people my sister and I met — my sister performed at her concert at Jingle Ball and actually some music history about her is that she was the first artist to perform on all three stages in one weekend, which is very crazy."

Throughout the iHeartRadio Music Festival After Show, to celebrate the festival's 10th anniversary, different artists who performed during previous years sent in videos talking about their favorite moments from the show. Rexha's included meeting Little Mix and playing with puppies backstage, Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz recalled crowd surfing in a raft while performing with Steve Aoki, Bryce Vine talked about performing on an injured ankle, and MAX recalled getting to meet different people from Bachelor Nation that turned out to be fans of his.

Check out the iHeartRadio Music Festival After Show from Night 1 below.

Make sure to tune in to night two of the festival tomorrow, Sept. 19, on The CW App and CWTV.com at 9pm ET/6pm PT, and relive all of the epic performances during a two-night Festival highlights special on September 27 and 28 from 8-10pm ET/PT. The iHeartRadio Music Festival will also be broadcast on iHeartMedia stations nationwide, as well as on the iHeartRadio app.