Lizzo and Stormzy are in talks to make music together – and we’re sure it’ll be as Good As Hell.
The pair were the stand-out acts at this year’s BRIT Awards, bringing the house down with their energetic performances.
Both belted out a medley of her hits for the 40th anniversary show at London’s O2 arena before carrying on the festivities at Warner Music and Ciroc Brit Awards house party at The Chiltern Firehouse.
There I spoke to one of 31-year-old Lizzo’s team, who says the star can’t wait to work with the Heavy Is The Head singer.
“Lizzo is a huge fan of Stormzy and would love to work with him,” he says.
“They caught up at the awards and the after party and spoke about making music together. It would definitely be a huge hit.”
Earlier in the night Line of Duty star Stephen Graham, 46, was having something of a love-in with Stormzy. The actor took his little boy to meet the singer, who looked just as excited to meet Stephen.
Stormzy, 26, is set to make his acting debut in a BBC adaptation of Malorie Blackman’s Noughts and Crosses books.
The drama – inspired by the shambolic police handling of the murder of Stephen Lawrence in 1993 – sees Stormzy playing a newspaper editor. Eunice Olumide also stars, as reporter Aguda.
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