Stevie Nicks Praises Lizzo’s Selfless People’s Choice Awards Speech: ‘Your Name Is in the Stars Now’

Stevie Nicks

Stevie Nicks carries out throughout the 2022 New Orleans Jazz as well as Heritage Festival at Fair Grounds Race Course on May 07, 2022 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Stevie Nicks is commending Lizzo for her powerful speech at Tuesday’s 2022 People’s Choice Awards.

After existing with the People’s Champion honor by her mommy, Shari Johnson-Jefferson, Lizzo confessed she would certainly gone back as well as forth regarding approving the honor to begin with, and afterwards beautifully transformed the limelight over to a variety of lobbyists, musicians as well as various other champs she welcomed up onstage.

Nicks was excited with the generous motion, as well as she uploaded her gratitude Wednesday (Dec 7) on Instagram.

“Dearest Lizzo~ In my opinion~ your presentation last night on the People’s Choice Awards was not only so beautiful and so needed~ that you get the award for being a great woman of our time,” the Fleetwood Mac tale created in an open letter to the Special vocalist onInstagram “I was so impressed and so touched that you put that together and pulled it off. It was stunning~ and everyone heard you. You have given all women soundbites forever~ flute player, singer, songwriter, future politician…? Your name is in the stars now~ Much Love, Stevie Nicks.”

Appropriately sufficient for the People’s Choice Awards, Lizzo transformed her approval speech over to individuals, highlighting an excellent variety of lobbyists that are impacting genuine modification each day.

“To be an icon isn’t about how long you’ve had your platform,” Lizzo stated on phase. “Being an icon is what you do with that platform. And ever since the beginning of my career, I’ve used my platform to amplify marginalized voices. So tonight, I am sharing this honor — make some noise for the people, y’all,” she stated prior to presenting Mary Copeny (i.e. “Little Miss Flint”), Beauty 2 the Streetz creator Shirley Raines, Women’s March Foundation head of state Emiliana Guereca as well as much more.

Just recently, Nicks penned a touching transcribed letter to her Fleetwood Mac bandmate Christine McVie after the “Songbird” vocalist passed away at age 79.

Read Nicks’ homage as well as watch Lizzo’s complete speech listed below:

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