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Two of John Battist’s biggest supporters are Billy Hilsa and Phineas O’Connell.
The singer returned to “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on Wednesday and told the host about his busy weekend at the 2022 Grammy, where he went on to win five awards, including Best Album of the Year out of 11 nominations.
“People, it’s a lot; I’m still processing it. First of all, the fact that my family is there to testify is incredible. It’s incredible. That’s all that went away at that moment. Piano lessons, civil rights rallies, all sorts of fairness, it’s an incredible moment, “Batiste said.
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Battist was supported by his family as well as his fellow nominees. In fact, Hilsa and O’Connell, whose albums Happy Than Ever He was also nominated, taking root for him.
“Phineas and Billy, they turn around and they say, ‘We really hope you win it,'” he said. “Because it was almost like a pod, for weeks, and they were so beautiful. Everyone was so supportive. The energy was so helpful. I was like, ‘Well, at least everyone will feel better.’
The album’s winner of the year Grammy was announced after Batiste’s big night performance, so he admitted that he hopes to hang out for the rest of the night. No one was more surprised than Joy.
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“My mom was like, ‘You got it,’ and I was like, ‘Yeah, mom,'” Batiste replied, laughing at her.
The night was full of surprises and triumphs for the 35-year-old, but instead of partying at night, he went to sleep.
“Don’t lie, I went to eat some food and in the middle of the meal I got so tired that I left after the first half meal and went to bed,” he revealed.