Lizzo Unveils Adele's Real Reaction to Harry Styles' Grammys Win Amid Walkout Claim

The 'About Damn Time' songstress lets out a video of the 'Easy On Me' hitmaker's real reaction after the 'As It Was' crooner won Album of the Year award amid claims that she walked out during his acceptance speech.

AceShowbiz - Lizzo has poured cold water on the hot claim that Adele "walked out" the 2023 Grammy Awards during Harry Styles' acceptance speech. The "About Damn Time" songstress unveiled the "Easy On Me" singer's real reaction to the "As It Was" crooner's Album of the Year win.

On Tuesday, February 7, Lizzo uploaded a video on her TikTok account that showed that Adele stayed the course throughout Harry's acceptance speech and even cheered for the former One Direction member as he was announced as the winner.

The footage also showed Adele being overjoyed and ecstatic at Harry's win, hugging him before he heads up to the podium. Then when Lizzo panned the camera to Adele, the "30" star could be heard asking the "Special" artist, "Why are you filming me for?!"

Both Adele and Lizzo were also nominated in the Album of the Year category, but there were widespread reports that the pair were peeved that fellow nominee Beyonce Knowles didn't nab the award for her record "Renaissance".

One pundit on Twitter even posted footage that appeared to show Adele walking out, with Lizzo laughing as the "Hello" singer stepped in front of her, seemingly leaving. "Adele leaving during Harry Styles' little speech and Lizzo understanding why has me weak," they wrote in a tweet that was viewed more than 1 million times. However, the very short video was misleading, with the "Turning Tables" songstress reportedly moving a table out of the way as Harry spoke onstage.

Harry won the coveted prize for "Harry's House". He beat out Beyonce ("Renaissance"), Bad Bunny ("Un Verano Sin Ti"), Mary J. Blige ("Good Morning Gorgeous"), Lizzo ("Special"), Kendrick Lamar ("Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers"), Coldplay ("Music of the Spheres"), Brandi Carlile ("In These Silent Days"), Adele ("30") and ABBA ("Voyage").

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