Sinéad O’Connor – Nothing Compares 2 U

legends Never Die. Her protests triggered hundreds of complaints from viewers. It attracted criticism from institutions including the Anti-Defamation League and the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations, and celebrities including Joe Pesci, Frank Sinatra and Madonna, who mocked the performance on SNL later that season.[67][70] Two weeks after her SNL appearance, O’Connor was booed at the 30th-anniversary tribute concert for Bob Dylan at Madison Square Garden in New York City.[70][71] In her 2021 memoir, Rememberings, O’Connor wrote that she did not regret the protest and that it was more important for her to be a protest singer than a successful pop star.[72] Time later named O’Connor the most influential woman of 1992 for her protest.

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