Lizzo returned to the Grammy Awards stage to perform her hit single “About Damn Time” live at the 65th Annual Awards ceremony.
Displaying her soprano vocal range, Lizzo yelled to the crowd that she was bringing “the church vibes” into the building and surely did. A choir then joined the pop star in matching black and gold outfits that gave her track a euphoric touch as they sang, “I’m used to being alone.”
This marks Lizzo’s second Grammy performance after opening up the 2020 ceremony with her Grammy-winning single “Truth Hurts.”
The track is nominated for three awards including record of the year, song of the year and best pop vocal performance.
Holly Alvarado | Festivals & Events Reporter
Holly Alvarado has lived as a music and festival fanatic since day one. She is the Festival & Events reporter for the Southern California News Group after freelancing for various music publications such as Remezcla, Pitchfork, Consequence of Sound, and a handful of local Los Angeles-based magazines. Holly transferred from Mt.San Antonio College to Cal State Long Beach, where she majored in Journalism and a minor in Womens Studies, with music theory also under her belt. When she isn’t attending an event, you can find her playing the bass, watering plants, spinning some tunes for her local radio show Las Chicas, hammocking with friends at the park, or watching the best show on earth, The Office, as she would say.