Hegerberg has scored over 250 career goals at the age of 23, and for reasons unknown, Solveig believed it to be the ideal time to ask a professional female if she could twerk onstage.
Ada Hegerberg was asked to twerk moments after becoming the first woman to win the Ballon d'Or - sparking social media outrage.
The Ballon d'Or has been awarded to a men's player by France Football every year since 1956, but this is the first year there has been a women's award.
"I'm a little bit amazed as to what I'm reading on the internet", Solveig said.
"I think there are a lot of other subjects to discuss if we're talking about sexual matters".
"Ok, but do we know of Modric can twerk or are they not asking that of every victor...?" She added, "I also want to thank France Football".
Football is a family affair for the Hegerbergs, her older sister Andrine plays as a midfielder for Division 1 Féminine rivals Paris Saint Germain, 500 km from north from Lyon.
"They deserve it because of what they did with the national team at the World Cup and also because of the trophies they won with their clubs", Deschamps said. She, like many inside the Grand Palais and those watching across the world, were left seriously unimpressed.
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"To win means I did something really special on the pitch this year, that's why 2017-18 was the year for me". Women's fight for recognition on the biggest stage took a big step with Hegerberg's award.
After a huge backlash to Solveig online, the DJ gave a freaky explanation and apology to social media.
"Women's football is taking huge strides and questions and comments like this take away from those strides we have taken".
Akin to the all-conquering Real Madrid in the men's game, Lyon with Hegerberg have won three Champions League titles in a row, from 2016 to 2018, and are the current European champions.
"It is a fantastic day for women's football.it is important to show young girls that they can believe in themselves and I hope they are inspired by this".
Dane Pernille Harder and German Dzsenifer Marozsan rounding out the top three while Brazilian Marta was fourth.
"It's not that often that I use the word "proud" but today I'm really proud", she said.
The Ballon d'Or had been dominated by Ronaldo and Messi over the past decade, but Modric took the prestigious prize for the first time in his career.