1. The clear sign The Veronicas’ feud may well and truly be over, as Ruby Rose visits Australia.
It may just be that the very public feud between The Veronicas is over, with the sisters performing onstage together for the first time in nearly six months.
Taking the stage at the Newcastle Supercars, the duo performed their single On Your Side holding hands and embracing throughout the performance.
“Felt so good to be back on stage screaming tonight,” Jess captioned a post of her performing on stage.
The sisters and musicians first made headlines earlier this month, after Jess’ girlfriend Ruby Rose tweeted and then deleted a jab at Lisa, suggesting she does not support same-sex relationships as much as she publicly purports to do so.
In the wake of Australia voting Yes to same-sex marriage, Ruby claimed Lisa previously told her and Jess they “should feel lucky” they don’t get stoned to death like they do in other countries and to “get over it”.
In a statement just a couple of days later, 32-year-old Jess has released a statement about the struggles of the LGBTIQ community and seemingly called out her sister.
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“With the current conversation that was happening in the lead up and outcome of the marriage equality results this week, I feel it is necessary to share some feelings,” Jess wrote.
“I may not have struggled with an inner turmoil, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t struggled with people close to me, degrading my sexuality because of their own personal judgments or ignorance.
“People can publicly support the LGBT community, but behind closed doors inflict deep pain because of their own inability to accept or understand you as a part of that community.
“That can be a particularly difficult and heartbreaking experience. But one that has been a private and real struggle in my life.”
Perhaps water under the bridge and all that?
If not, we’ll be finding out, with Ruby Rose visiting Australia for the ARIA’s on Tuesday.