Lzzy Hale Explains What She Found Out About Herself During The Quarantine Period
Halestorm frontwomen Lzzy Hale opened up about how 2020 had been according to her and what are the things she learned about herself throughout the quarantine and the lockdowns while hosting the ninth annual She Rocks Awards over a week ago.
As many of you remember, prior to the show, Lzzy Hale shared a post on her official Instagram page announcing that she was going to host She Rocks Awards 2021 in addition to expressing her gratitude and excitement for this year’s show which took place on January 22, 2021.
During the ‘virtual red carpet’ of the award show, Lzzy Hale was asked about how she spent her time during 2020 which was full of leisure time due to the lockdowns and restrictions against the coronavirus pandemic. Apparently, Hale learned a lot of things both positive and negative about herself since there wasn’t an actual schedule for her, she examined herself pretty closely.
Here is what Hale said:
“I think I’ve learned a lot about myself both in a negative and positive and everywhere in the spectrum way this year. I think that both the good things about my life, the brilliant, happy parts that reflect my joy, but also the darker side of whatever comes with me, both of those things have been put under a magnifying glass this year because you’re in this kind of time that’s ongoing — there’s no real plan.”
In addition to this, Lzzy Hale revealed that it has been the longest time she has ever spent without performing on a live show, thus, she found the ultimate time to explore herself as a human being without all the show and music which was everything to Hale, and seemingly it is a blessing for her.
Here is what she said:
“It’s probably been over 22 years since I’ve gone this long without a live show — meaning before the band started. Cause at least we had a bowling alley gig once a month. I mean, I’ll take it. But overall, I think that, for me, I’ve been looking at it like it’s a gift, because I don’t have the distractions, I don’t have this mission, which is touring 250 dates a year. Then you go in and you make a record — everything’s deadline, everybody has a plan, there’s a future. So I’ve really had to look at myself and say, ‘Well, who am I without all of that?’ And I’ve realized some really amazing things about myself that I didn’t know that I was capable of during this time, and I’ve also realized a lot of things that I’m, like, ‘Oh, I’ve gotta change that.’ So it’s been a lot of self-discovery.”
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