Why weren't The Veronicas at the ARIAs? Twins' obvious absence at the awards show fuelled by rumours of a rift and claims they were 'snubbed' in the Best Video category

They shared hosting duties and performed topless at last year's ARIA Awards.

But The Veronicas were visibly absent from this year's ceremony on Tuesday, after taking to Twitter to complain their hit 'On Your Side' was snubbed for Best Video.

Twins Jessica and Lisa Origliasso, 32, were both a no-show following rumours of a rift between them, despite Jessica's girlfriend Ruby Rose being in attendance.

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No-show: The Veronicas were visibly absent from this year's ARIAs on Tuesday, after taking to Twitter to complain their hit 'On Your Side' was snubbed for Best Video. Pictured in 2016

No-show: The Veronicas were visibly absent from this year's ARIAs on Tuesday, after taking to Twitter to complain their hit 'On Your Side' was snubbed for Best Video. Pictured in 2016

When ARIA nominations were announced last month, Jessica took to Twitter to express her disappointment at 'On Your Side' not being included for Best Video.

'Good morning everyone except the ARIAs,' she tweeted.?

'Nothing like having "On Your Side" pass 20 million views, tackle real issues, LGBT visibility & still not get a Best Vid nom [sic] by @ARIA_Official,' she continued.

Vocal: When ARIA nominations were announced last month, Jessica took to Twitter to express her disappointment at 'On Your Side' not being included for Best Video

Vocal: When ARIA nominations were announced last month, Jessica took to Twitter to express her disappointment at 'On Your Side' not being included for Best Video

'Good morning everyone except the ARIAs,' she tweeted

'Good morning everyone except the ARIAs,' she tweeted

'Nothing like having "On Your Side" pass 20 million views, tackle real issues, LGBT visibility & still not get a Best Vid nom [sic] by @ARIA_Official,' she continued

'Nothing like having "On Your Side" pass 20 million views, tackle real issues, LGBT visibility & still not get a Best Vid nom [sic] by @ARIA_Official,' she continued

'Can't wait for the EQUALITY theme they push this year, while snobbing [sic] the most watched LGBT video of the year, because egos + politics,' she added

'Can't wait for the EQUALITY theme they push this year, while snobbing [sic] the most watched LGBT video of the year, because egos + politics,' she added

'Can't wait for the EQUALITY theme they push this year, while snobbing [sic] the most watched LGBT video of the year, because egos + politics,' she added.

Hip-hop group Bliss N Eso won the fan-voted Best Video category for their song, 'Moments'.

The Origliasso sisters reunited on stage together at Newcastle Supercars on Friday, after making headlines for a public spat over marriage equality.

Standout: They shared hosting duties and performed topless at last year's ARIA Awards

Standout: They shared hosting duties and performed topless at last year's ARIA Awards

The drama began when Ruby Rose slammed Lisa and suggested her support of same-sex marriage was contradictory.?

'Felt so good to be back on stage screaming tonight,' Jessica captioned a post of her performing at Supercars with her sister, both visibly emotional.

Ruby hit out at her girlfriend's twin sister online, suggesting her joyous reaction to Australia's recent same-sex marriage vote outcome was contradictory.

In a tweet, she claimed Lisa had commented the pair should 'feel lucky they don't get stoned to death like they do in other countries', before deleting it.

Trouble:?Ruby hit out at her girlfriend Jessica's twin sister Lisa on Twitter (then deleted it), suggesting her joyous reaction to Australia's same-sex marriage vote was contradictory

Trouble:?Ruby hit out at her girlfriend Jessica's twin sister Lisa on Twitter (then deleted it), suggesting her joyous reaction to Australia's same-sex marriage vote was contradictory

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