Who Was Singing With Flo Rida At The Teen Choice Awards?

Teen Choice Awards - Flo Rida & Bebe RexhaThe 2016 Teen Choice Awards opened with a performance from Flo Rida, belting out signature hits like "My House" and "Wild Ones." While the songs got the party started, the performance still had a few hiccups.For "Wild Ones," Flo Rida was joined by Bebe Rexha. (If you don't recognize her name, you've probably heard her voice on hits like David Guetta's "Hey Mama.")Rexha has a great voice. But unfortunately for viewers watching the awards show at home, it was difficult to hear her performance. There seemed to be some microphone issues while Rexha sang, and her "Wild Ones" rendition was barely audible.On the plus side, it's refreshing to see that Rexha was actually performing the song live — which isn't always a given for awards shows. To hear what the female portion of "Wild Ones" is meant to sound like, check out the original song, featuring Sia, below.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Miss Teen USA Winner Karlie Hay Apologizes For Offensive TweetsKylie Jenner Got A New Puppy For Her Birthday & It's AdorableDid Gilmore Girls Make This Corpse Flower Bloom?

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