Temper Trap singer looks VERY different from his hipster days since release of hit song Sweet Disposition 14 years ago
Aussie rockers the Temper Trap looked very different from their hipster days as they took the stage at the AFL Grand Final on Saturday.
The Indie group, who found fame with their 2009 hit Sweet Deposition, opted for eye-catching rock star looks as they wowed fans at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
It’s a far cry from the more muted looks they debuted in the noughties, which saw the band don skinny jeans, beanies and hoodies.
Temper Trap singer Dougy Mandagi (centre) looked very different from his hipster days as he took the stage at the AFL Grand Final on Saturday
It’s a far cry from the more muted looks they debuted in the noughties, which saw the band don skinny jeans, beanies and hoodies
Performing alongside First Nations stars Budjerah and Ngaiire, front man Dougy Mandagi opted for a neon green zip up jacket over black patterned dungarees.
He added chunky trainers and let his hair down as he belted out hits.
Adding more diversity to the halftime lineup was nonbinary singer G Flip, who uses they/them pronouns and is currently dating American reality star Chrishell Stause from Netflix’s Selling Sunset.
Temper Trap pose during the AFL Grand Final Entertainment Media Opportunity at the Melbourne Cricket Ground
The group are pictured early in their career wearing 2010s outfits
G Flip opened the performance with a roaring drum solo, before later coming back in to belt out Jet’s Are You Gonna Be My Girl.
Christine Anu and Emma Donovan were then introduced with an incredible didgeridoo solo, which bled into Goanna’s Solid Rock.
Geelong claimed its 10th flag in a dominant, one-sided AFL Grand Final with captain Joel Selwood breaking down into tears after the match.
The singer of the indie group, who found fame with their 2009 hit Sweet Deposition, opted for a rock star look as he wowed fans at the Melbourne Cricket Ground
The Cats began the match with a stunning 41-6 opening quarter and were never headed, leading 62-26 at halftime before running away with the match in the second half.
The Sydney Swans looked completely overwhelmed as Geelong’s potent forward line took them apart, star full forward Tom Hawkins leading the charge with two goals in the first quarter.
The final result was a whopping 133-52 to the Cats. Geelong player Isaac Smith was named the Norm Smith medalist as the game’s best and fairest player.
Performing alongside First Nations stars Budjerah and Ngaiire, front man Dougy opted for a neon green zip up jacket over black patterned dungarees