Submit Your Questions for Our Live Chat With Sky Ferreira

Singer joins Rolling Stone for a Google+ Hangout this Friday

Sky Ferreira
Grant Singer
February 19, 2014 3:45 PM ET

Sky Ferreira is about to launch an arena tour opening for Miley Cyrus. But first, she's joining Rolling Stone to answer your questions in a live Google+ Hangout on Air. The Q&A will happen on Friday, February 21st, live at 4:00 p.m. Eastern time – but first, we need your questions.

So what would you like to ask her? Visit the Google+ event page to submit questions for Sky: Just click to open the Hangout, then click the Q&A button, then click "Ask a new question." Submit as many questions as you'd like, and make sure to follow those instructions so we see them. The most voted questions will rise to the top, so be creative!

Sky Ferreira made one of our favorite albums of 2013: see all 50 here

UPDATE: We regret to announce that this event has been cancelled due to Sky Ferreira's being unable to participate.

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