Machine Gun Kelly release third Vevo Official Live Performance Series video

“Fake Love Don’t Last” features Iann Dior

Machine Gun Kelly has teamed with Vevo for an Official Live Performance of “Fake Love Don’t Last” featuring Iann Dior. Vevo’s Official Live Performances are the result of close creative collaboration with artists and their teams, resulting in a series of very special exclusive performances. “Fake Love” follows Machine Gun Kelly’s previous Vevo performances of “More Than Life” featuring Glaive and “Twin Flame.”

Official Live Performances are the flagship original content for Vevo, working with the biggest names in music – they are the result of close creative collaboration with artists and their teams, resulting in a series of very special exclusive performances. Specifically tailored creatives meant to fit the vision of each individual artist chosen, these performances connect artists with their global audience of fans adding to their visual library.

“Our team had a great time working on such an exciting creative with Machine Gun Kelly,” says JP Evangelista, Vevo’s SVP of Content, Programming & Marketing, “His enthusiasm at every stage of production was truly infectious – it was a true pleasure to work with such an involved artist. MGK’s energy was next level and we are all really pleased with the finished videos.”

An electric live performer who is currently headlining his Mainstream Sellout Tour across the US, Machine Gun Kelly closely collaborated with Vevo’s team to create a completely bespoke set that balances rock and roll and high fashion. “Fake Love Don’t Last” sees Machine Gun Kelly clad in a shredded red and white striped sweater, surrounded by chain curtains and bathed in a pink glow. Iann Dior makes his entrance by sauntering down a red carpet, trampling over shards of broken glass on his way to the stage. MGK and Ian Dior are the ultimate dynamic duo, delivering a fierce performance that viewers won’t soon forget.

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