Alanis Morissette praised by Halsey for her empowering anthems, as the two perform together at Hollywood Bowl


Alanis Morissette has a fan of singer Halsey, who has credited the “You Oughta Know” singer for successfully writing their biggest anthem “f— you”.

At the ninth annual “We Can Survive” concert, which raises money for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, both were top performers. Morissette and Halsey talked candidly about The Triumphs and Tribulations of Mental Health as stars in the music industry.

Halsey, whose pronouns use /hmm, he told the crowd that Morissette’s influence on them was profound. For “their whole lives” they say “Satirical” singer I taught them “How to Write Your Best Song Ever” on page six.

“I think without her songs ‘f—you’, I probably wouldn’t have written what has been the biggest song of my career thus far.”

Alanis Morissette and Halsey perform a cuddle on stage at the Hollywood Bowl.
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DAVE COULIER remembers hearing “YOU OUGHTA KNOW” from EX ALANIS MORISSETTE for the first time: “Oh no!”

Then Halsey moved to Her hit song 2018 is “Without Me” which they named as “Alanis-Extremely Eski”.

In 2020, the 28-year-old released her album “Manic” with the song “Alanis’ Interlude” already appearing in it. The two performed it on stage together.

Halsey and Alanis Morissette performed at a concert "We can survive" Concert at the Hollywood Bowl.

Halsey and Alanis Morissette both performed at the “We Can Survive” party at the Hollywood Bowl.
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Morissette later did her own hits including “Hand in My Pocket” and “Thank U.”

Halsey said that without Alanis Morissette's inspiration, it's probably "I haven't written the biggest song of my career yet," in

Without Alanis Morissette’s inspiration, Halsey said, they probably “would not have written the biggest song of my career so far” on “Without Me.”
(Christy Sparrow)


other artists at the concert It included Weezer, OneRepublic, Garbage, and Tate McRae.

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