Liam Payne has something very special in store for his performance at next weekend’s 2021 BAFTA Awards. The singer announced that he’ll be serving up a real-time augmented reality experience at the show on Sunday (April 11) at 6:45 p.m. GMT before the show goes live on BBC One 15 minutes later.
“Make sure you download The Round app to check out me at the EE Baftas, I’ll see you there,” Payne said in a promo clip for the performance. In a tweet, Payne promoted the high-tech appearance, writing, “You’ve never seen me like this before… Check out my #EEBAFTAs AR performance this Sunday… Coming live to your phone, whether you’re at home, in the park, or on the move.”
The 74th annual British Academy Film Awards will take place at the Royal Albert Hall on April 10-11 in London in a celebration of the best national and international films. The top nominees at the show are Golden Globe-winning Nomadland and British coming-of-age film Rocks. The former is up for best film alongside The Father, The Mauritanian, Promising Young Woman and The Trial of the Chicago 7.
Check out the singer’s tweets below.
You’ve never seen me like this before… Check out my #EEBAFTAs AR performance this Sunday at 6:45pm BST. Coming live to your phone, whether you’re at home, in the park, or on the move 📲 Download 'The Round' app now! 🎤🎥 @EE @BAFTA https://t.co/blB9KPJsv1 pic.twitter.com/VdvHSRt1hW
— Liam (@LiamPayne) April 5, 2021
Want to see @LiamPayne performing in real-time augmented reality in your living room? Download The Round app for an EXCLUSIVE look at Liam’s #EEBAFTAs performance! Watch Liam perform 6:45 on Sunday 11 April, before the BBC One show at 7pm.
Download now 👉 https://t.co/jyYMm7a6l6 pic.twitter.com/AWsWs7yvZd
— BAFTA (@BAFTA) April 5, 2021