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Of all the outstanding performers at "One World: Together at Home," the Lady Gaga-organized concert in honor of COVID-19 relief efforts, one was particularly breathtaking: Lizzo, who delivered a breathtaking rendition of Sam Cooke's "A Change Is Gonna Come." Lizzo doesn't need a band, a sound engineer, or even a stage—her vocals speak for themselves.
Lady Gaga shared a video of herself enjoying Lizzo's performance, saying: "Get ready for this. Ugh. My angel. You're my queen, Lizzo, I love you. I love you. Thank you for being so talented and sharing your gift with the world, I love you."
Here's Lizzo's performance:
Lizzo serving this beautiful version of "A Change is Gonna Come."#TogetherAtHome #GlobalCitizenspic.twitter.com/OfC4GK2QnKApril 19, 2020
And here's Lady Gaga commenting on it:
Twitter agreed with Lady Gaga, clearly:
we do not deserve @lizzowe do not deserve @lizzowe do not deserve @lizzowe do not deserve @lizzowe do not deserve @lizzowe do not deserve @lizzowe do not deserve @lizzowe do not desseve @lizzowe do not deserve @lizzo#GlobalCitizen #TogetherAtHome pic.twitter.com/Inp2loxz9QApril 19, 2020
an actual queen living on our earth @lizzo #TogetherAtHome pic.twitter.com/uNnCFoIrxFApril 19, 2020
Lizzo winsApril 19, 2020
Lizzo has shown her support for the people at the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic before now, too: She sent lunch to 26 hospitals (opens in new tab) across the country, saying in a video: "You guys are heroes! And so the least I could do was just send you some lunch. I hope you guys enjoy the food, I hope it puts a smile on your face, and I hope that you feel loved and appreciated because you really truly are."
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Jenny is the Director of Content Strategy at Marie Claire. Originally from London, she moved to New York in 2012 to attend the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and never left. Prior to Marie Claire, she spent five years at Bustle building out its news and politics coverage. She loves, in order: her dog, goldfish crackers, and arguing about why umbrellas are fundamentally useless.
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