Lizzo's stellar performance at the People's Choice Awards on Tuesday night earned praise from none other than rock icon Stevie Nicks.
Serial Grammy winner Lizzo took home two awards at the event, including one for Song of the Year 2022 for her single "About Damn Time". And by accepting the People's Champion award, Litso singled out the staff for their pioneering work.
Fleetwood Mac legend Nick clearly enjoyed Lizzo's performance and tweeted his praise the next day. On Wednesday, he mentioned his fellow musician in a tweet that included a screenshot of a personal note.
“Dear Lisa~,” Nix began, “I thought that not only was your performance at the People’s Choice Awards great, but you should have received an award for being an outstanding woman of our time. I was so impressed and excited that you put it all together and made it."
She continued. “It was amazing and everyone listened to you. You forever gave all women the right to vote~ flutists, singers, songwriters, future politicians… Now your name is in the stars~ Much love, Stevie Nicks.
On stage, Lizzo presented the work of the following social activists and leaders: Mary Koppen, Shirley Raines, Yasmine Acker, Emiliana Gierek, Esther Young Lim, Felicia "Faye" Montes, Joyla Rose Sullivan, Kara Rosell Smith, Maggie Mireles, Amelia Banau. . , Adilia Romero, Rabbi Tarlan Rabizadeh, Sahar Pirzada, Chandi Moore, Crystal Rekha Haq, Reshma Suzani, and Tamika Palmer.
Liso made history last fall by playing a century-old crystal flute that once belonged to its founding father, former President James Madison.
Nick has already shared posts written for other famous musicians on social media. Last week, for example, he sent a handwritten letter to Fleetwood Mac member Christine McVie, who had just died at age 79.
“A few hours ago,” Nix wrote, “I was told that my best friend in the whole world since the first day of 1975 had died. I didn't even know he was sick…until it was too late. Saturday. night.. I was in London. wanted, I wanted to go to London, but we were told to wait. So I have a song playing in my head since Saturday. I thought maybe you could sing for him, so I'm singing for him now."
Nix's post also contained the lyrics to HAIM's "Hallelujah".
Newsweek has reached out to Lizzo and Nicks for further comment.
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