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Sheryl Crow, 60, looks incredibly young in low-cut camisole


Celebrating 60! Sheryl Crow looks youthful at Billboard Awards where she presents to Olivia Rodrigo… weeks after milestone birthday


Sheryl Crow looked incredibly youthful when on the red carpet at the billboard Awards in Los Angeles on Wednesday evening.

The beauty – who turned 60-years-old on February 11 – had on a dazzling silver and copper colored, low-cut camisole paired with a black power suit as her lightened locks ran down her shoulders.

It has been 26 years since she debuted her 1996 hit song If It Makes You Happy.   

Stunner: Sheryl Crow looked incredibly youthful when on the red carpet at the billboard Awards in Los Angeles on Wednesday evening

Crow introduced Olivia Rodrigo to the stage at Los Angeles’ YouTube Theater and thanked the icon for inspiring her.

Rodrigo was crowned Woman of the Year at Billboard’s 2022 Women in Music ceremony. 

Olivia started her lengthy speech: ‘This is so cool. First of all, I want to thank Sheryl for being here today. Sheryl, I am such a massive fan of you and your songwriting and I’m so grateful that you’re here, it really means the world. 

So chic: The beauty had on a dazzling silver and copper colored, low-cut camisole paired with a black power suit as her lightened locks ran down her shoulders

‘I want to congratulate all of the other amazing nominees tonight: your artistry and work is so amazing and I’m in complete awe of all of you and so, so inspired. 

‘Thank you Billboard, it’s such a huge honour to be named the Woman of the Year. So many surreal moments have happened over the course of this incredible past year and this is most definitely one of them, so thank you.’

She continued: ‘Not a day goes by where I don’t think about how lucky I am to get to call this my job. I’ve been writing songs since I was so young, and it’s absolutely my favourite thing to do and such an emotional outlet for me. What I love most about songwriting is its ability to perfectly capture how I feel better than anything I could have said in a conversation. Songwriting has always been everything to me, so for people to connect with my music is beyond a dream come true and thank you so much.’ 

The hair has it: Her locks looked beautiful with soft curls and earth toned makeup

A long time ago: It has been 26 years since she debuted her 1996 song If It Makes You Happy

A long time ago: It has been 26 years since she debuted her 1996 song If It Makes You Happy

Last year Crow said she won a ‘best legs competition’ when she was just 15 years old.

The ‘All I Wanna Do’ hitmaker got into trouble for skipping school to enter the competition – which was judged by ‘a bunch of dirty old men’ – but she was proud to have been the victor and picked up a $100 prize.

She admitted: I skipped school at 15 to enter a best legs competition – and won. The contest was being run by a local radio station.

Fame game: Crow introduced Olivia Rodrigo to the stage at Los Angeles' YouTube Theater and thanked the icon for inspiring her

Fame game: Crow introduced Olivia Rodrigo to the stage at Los Angeles’ YouTube Theater and thanked the icon for inspiring her

A big deal: Rodrigo was crowned Woman of the Year at Billboard's 2022 Women in Music ceremony

A big deal: Rodrigo was crowned Woman of the Year at Billboard’s 2022 Women in Music ceremony

‘I don’t remember who was judging – a bunch of dirty old men, I’m sure – but I proudly walked across that stage to victory.

‘I may have been grounded and thrown in detention, but I kept hold of my $100 winnings.’

The singer may have impressive legs but she admitted people are often surprised by how short she is.

Hugs: Olivia started her lengthy speech: 'This is so cool. First of all, I want to thank Sheryl for being here today. Sheryl, I am such a massive fan of you and your songwriting and I'm so grateful that you're here, it really means the world'

Hugs: Olivia started her lengthy speech: ‘This is so cool. First of all, I want to thank Sheryl for being here today. Sheryl, I am such a massive fan of you and your songwriting and I’m so grateful that you’re here, it really means the world’

She told the Guardian Weekend magazine: ‘I could run a marathon in a pair of Yves Saint Laurent heels – you learn to adapt when you’re just under 5ft 4in.

‘My height has never bothered me, but people think I’m taller because of the smoke and mirrors on stage. ‘You’re so short, Sheryl,’ people often say when they first meet me. ‘Yes,’ I reply, ‘I’m aware.’ ‘

Sheryl grew up wanting to be a musician thanks to her childhood experiences with parents who played in bands, and she never even considered pursuing any alternative career path.

She said: ‘Music was my life as a kid. My earliest memory is singing as we drove through Missouri in our powder-blue station wagon.

‘Having swing-band-player parents meant the house was filled with dancing. Music was my identity; I never thought about any other future.’

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