Lizzo just made her British Vogue debut on the cover of the magazine’s December issue and we are already obsessed.
The singer looked ‘good as hell’ in a black Versace gown and feather boa on the second cover of the December issue, released via Instagram on Thursday and needless to say the internet went wild.
Fans and celebrities alike praised the 'Juice' singer's cover shoot, with Ashley Graham saying, "You are everything✨❤️" and Katy Perry commenting, "Three snaps in a z formation ☝🏻", while designer Marc Jacobs said, "So welll deserved and you look flawless 🔥 I love you @lizzobeeating".
Lizzo's Twitter was lit up with comments from fans who were obsessing over the shoot.
I need this in my life! I’m gonna frame this and put it in my beauty room— Esté Lawry’s (@Vikeejeah) November 7, 2019
One Tweeter, @Vikeejeah commented, "I need this in my life! I’m gonna frame this and put it in my beauty room."
Yesss y’all! Beautiful—boldly redefined and poppin’. Powerful!— E. Martinez (@Evitamartinez1) November 8, 2019
Another fan said, "Yesss y’all! Beautiful—boldly redefined and poppin’. Powerful!"
Lizzo looks like she smells like opulence confidence CoCoa Butter & Essential Oil. pic.twitter.com/RLgOZmfIPP— Afi (@IAm_AfiB) November 8, 2019
While @IAm_AfiB said, "Lizzo looks like she smells like opulence confidence CoCoa Butter & Essential Oil."
The ‘Truth Hurts’ singer donned six glamorous looks in the photo shoot, looking like the queen that she is in a custom couture suit by Ralph Lauren and a Marc Jacobs ruffle dress.
In her cover interview, 31-year-old Texas native opened up about not seeing woman who looked like her represented in the media and on the covers of magazines, making her Vogue debut all the more special.
“I would watch things on television and I would look at magazines and I would not see myself,” the singer told the publication.
“When you don’t see yourself, you start to think something’s wrong with you. Then you want to look like those things and when you realise it’s a physical impossibility, you start to think, ‘What the fuck is wrong with me?’ I think that took a greater toll on me, psychologically, growing up than what anyone could have said to me.”
It’s clear the significance of her cover is not lost on Lizzo, who posted an inspirational message to her followers with an image from the shoot on Instagram saying, “Big black girls, if you’re reading this... you’re a cover star. Nothin less. Period Pooh. Fin bitch. Thank you.”
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