Cyndi Lauper’s New Year’s Eve performance went viral on Twitter, where fans shared their stunned reactions to the pop icon’s scarf drama and EDM song.

Cyndi Lauper‘s New Year’s Eve performance in Times Square caused quite a stir on Twitter. The 67-year-old legend, known for her ’80s hits like “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” and “Time After Time,” kick-started her set with a duet of “True Colors” with Billy Porter, who starred in her original Broadway production of Kinky Boots. Things got very awkward after the first song, though.

After “True Colors” was done, someone approached Cyndi. “Let’s take off you scarf,” the person said, but Cyndi did not want her scarf removed. “I’m on camera. I’m on camera,” she exclaimed, and the assistant quickly ran off the stage. After the on-screen scuffle, the next song began.

Fans had all kinds of reactions to Cyndi’s performance — which, to fans’ confusion, had a heavy EDM influence — and the scarf incident. “I love Cyndi Lauper, but what the hell is this. and the dj behind her. they are killing it!!!! MVP was the lady that took Cyndi’s scarf in an awkward 40 seconds of TV,” one fan tweeted, while another wrote, “Cyndi Lauper gave us the performance 2020 deserved.”

Others had nicer tweets to share. “Poor cyndi lauper being clowned all over the tl when none of the other performers were clowned,” one sympathetic viewer wrote, while another fan loved Cyndi’s performance: “Seen my girl @cyndilauper on #RockinEve made me so happy this is beautiful. Let’s walk into 2021 with love happiness and joy.”

No matter what Twitter was saying, Cyndi looked incredible on that stage! The pop icon rocked white platinum hair with a white latex motorcycle jacket and pants in a matching color, pulling off a very futuristic fit to usher us into a more hopeful future.

Cyndi joined a long list of performers for NBC’s New Year’s Eve special, which included other chart-toppers like Jason Derulo, Kylie Minogue, Gwen Stefani, Chloe x Halle, Bebe Rexha with Doja Cat, Sting and so many more. Due to the pandemic, these talented artists couldn’t perform in front of the usual crowd that assembles in New York City’s Times Square on New Year’s Eve every year.