Amy Shark ignores social media backlash as she finally addresses her NRL Grand ...

She was slammed on social media for her NRL Grant Final pre-game performance on Sunday night. 

But Amy Shark refused to let the haters dull her shine on Monday as she finally addressed her controversial performance on Twitter.

Firmly ignoring her critics, the talented songstress, 34, Tweeted: 'I was brought up watching @nrl and was singing INXS songs before I could walk.'  

Can't dull her shine! Amy Shark, 34, (pictured) ignored social media backlash as she addressed her NRL Grand Final performance via Twitter on Monday

Can't dull her shine! Amy Shark, 34, (pictured) ignored social media backlash as she addressed her NRL Grand Final performance via Twitter on Monday

'Last night was incredible! @travisbarker and I had our first (virtual) show! Then I shared the stage with 2 Aussie legends @Andrew_Farriss and @KirkPengilly from INXS!' she continued, adding: 'Thanks for having us Australia.'   

Fans flocked to congratulate Amy on her performance, with one Tweeting: 'So so so so proud of you!' 

'Great performance last night Amy, keep up the good work,' another added. 

'Thanks for having us Australia': Firmly ignoring her critics, the talented songstress described the experience performing on-stage with INXS Andrew Farriss and Kirk Pengilly  as 'incredible'

'Thanks for having us Australia': Firmly ignoring her critics, the talented songstress described the experience performing on-stage with INXS Andrew Farriss and Kirk Pengilly  as 'incredible' 

'So proud of you!' Twitter fans flocked to congratulate Amy on her performance

'So proud of you!' Twitter fans flocked to congratulate Amy on her performance  

On Sunday night, the multiple Aria Award-winner, real name Amy Louise Billings, began her set with her 2020 hit Everybody Rise, not letting the pouring rain dampen her spirits.

She then surprised her fans

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