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Lizzo is here to slay!
On Wednesday, the 32-year-old singer posed against a beautiful blue sky and towering palm trees sporting a colorful two-piece skirt set, clear platform heels and a super long ponytail. She gave props to her team, including celebrity hairstylist Shelby Swain, who also worked on her hair for her October 2020 Vogue cover.
"NEW L.ZO MAGAZINE PRESENTS: From the mind of @THESHELBYSWAIN... PONYTAIL LONG AF,” Lizzo captioned one of the photos.
She also shared close-ups showing off her gold grill, long brown nails and gaudy gold jewelry reminiscent of urban 90s fashion, as well as a video of her earring falling.
Fans took to Lizzo's comments with messages of love for the daring look.
"You know what....it’s actually the ponytail fa me," one fan said leading to an emoji response from the "Good As Hell" singer.
"So beautiful," another person said.
"Oh my god! stunning," someone added.
"Wow. I have no words," a commenter continued.
During her October interview with Vogue, Lizzo expressed appreciation for having designers making clothes for her body.
"For someone like me, to have great designers make bespoke special pieces that fit my body, my rolls, my curves, that is the most special feeling. I feel so included, I feel so 'you belong here,'" she said at the time.
Lizzo went on to explain that this inclusivity could be a catalyst for change adding:
"Putting fashion on big, Black women like me is where it begins. I love when Kamala said, 'although I am the first Black female VP I'm definitely not gonna be the last, because what I represent is possibility.' That's how I feel about being the first fat Black woman on cover of Vogue: I'm definitely not gonna be the last. This is just a staple in culture, being like, we're here to stay, we're important, we're chic, we're beautiful and we are the future of fashion."
Related: Lizzo opens up about body positivity struggles
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