YUNGBLUD took to the Daytime Stage at the iHeartRadio Music Festival presented by Samsung Galaxy on Saturday (September 18). YUNGBLUD performed his singles "Strawberry Lipstick," "parents," "I Love You, Will You Marry Me," "I Think I'm Okay," and "fleabag," the crowd jumping and singing along with him.
Donning red lipstick, a leather skirt, and a sheer black shirt beneath a crop top during his performance, YUNGBLUD kept a high-energy strut as he walked across the stage. Sticking his tongue out and delivering his sultry lyrics, YUNGBLUD lifted his skirt to flash black shorts beneath it as he started off with "Strawberry Lipstick."
The crowd screamed and sang along with his track "parents," YUNGBLUD creeping closer to the front row to stand on the speakers. Getting the crowd to jump as he launched into his third track, "I Love You, Will You Marry Me," YUNGBLUD strummed his guitar and ran across the stage.
As he led into "I Think I'm Okay," Machine Gun Kelly's played over the speakers as YUNGBLUD belted his own lyrics. Jumping together with his guitarist, the track saw YUNGBLUD working to contain his beaming smile. Closing out his performance at the Daytime Stage with his latest single, "fleabag," YUNGBLUD taught the crowd the chorus' lyrics, getting them to sing the song back to him.
The "Mars" singer recently went undercover on social media to answer fan questions, including what hair dye he uses, what he, Travis Barker, and Machine Gun Kelly would name their band, and more. YUNGBLUD's most recent single "fleabag" saw him burned at the stake during the track's music video, the single's message one of self-love. To celebrate the two-year anniversary of his single "Parents" last May, the YUNGBLUD shared the censored version of the music video that he and his team opted not to release.
24kGoldn kicked off the iHeart Radio Daytime Stage, performing his hit "Valentino" as he took the stage. Russell Dickerson followed with a performance of "Every Little Thing," with Tate McRae then taking the stage, followed by Conan Gray, and Gabby Barrett. All Time Low, Saweetie, The Kid LAROI, and Olivia Rodrigo also join the star-studded lineup of the iHeartRadio Music Festival's Daytime Stage.
If you missed any of the action this weekend, you can relive the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival by tuning in to The CW Network on Saturday, October 2nd and Sunday, October 3rd from 8-10pm ET/PT for a two-night television special.