Seven-time Grammy award winner Alanis Morissette had a concert at the Xcel Energy Center last night (7/24/22) and check out how Minnesotans reacted.

Alanis was celebrating 25 years of 'JAGGED LITTLE PILL' and made a stop in St. Paul, Minnesota. I'm not going to lie, I've been listening to Alanis for as long as I can remember. That's right, I was rocking out to songs like 'Hand In My Pocket', 'Ironic'  and 'You Oughta Know' as a little ginger nugget.

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The band Garbage actually opened up for Alanis. If you've never heard of them, they had hits in the 90's like 'Stupid Girl' and 'Only Happy When It Rains'. They were also nominated for multiple Grammy's and even did a song for the James Bond movie 'The World Is Not Enough'. The band is actually from the Madison, Wisconsin area. They posted a really nice heartfelt post on Instagram about their first night performing in Minneapolis:

You can still buy tickets for her tour here, but Garbage will only be with on the American part of the tour. She still has tour dates in Canada and throughout the Midwest.

Let's dive into what Minnesotans thought about Alanis being in Minnesota:

Not Minnesota related, but probably one of the better celebrity Twitter interactions I've seen in recent memory:

Speaking of artists, check out 11 artists with ties from Minnesota who have been nominated and even won an Oscar:

11 Artists With Ties To Minnesota That Have Been Nominated For / Won An Oscar

Since we looked at Minnesota, let's hope across state borders and check out Wisconsin artists:

10 Artists From Wisconsin That Have Ties To Oscar-Nominated Movies