Lizzo

"I’m just glad Oprah knew SOME of the lyrics this time," one fan joked.
"My ass is my greatest asset," the three-time Grammy winner proclaims in a new TED Talk that delves into the Black roots of the popular dance style.
Disney announced the long list of celebs joining the project, and it released a short film to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the original series.
"Ever since daddy passed you’ve been telling me it’s been hard to dress nice for yourself," the singer wrote in a tribute to her mother.
The "Truth Hurts" singer also said ghosting isn't OK, but admits that she's done it anyway.
“WAIT A DAMN MIN,” the "Truth Hurts" singer declared on TikTok after seeing her facial features blended with those of the "Avengers" actor.
After Lizzo noted that her fans were called the “Lizzbians,” the One Direction singer joked that he called his followers the “Horandogs.”
A concern troll disguises their fatphobia in language that sounds considerate. It's not.
The singer has been subject to racist and fat-phobic hate and has been sharing with fans how it makes her feel.
“Whether you skinny, big, plastic, they going to always try to put their insecurities on you," the rapper tweeted in response to Lizzo's emotional Instagram Live.
“I saw a lot of things I didn’t want to see. I read hurtful words that triggered a lot of deep feelings today," the singer said days after releasing the new single "Rumors."
It's the singer's first new single in two years.
“From TikTok trends to songs and humor, we see so much erasure of what Black people have created," the singer and rapper told an audience.
The singer just took a DNA test and it turns out her fake baby is 100% Captain America's.
Mark your calendars. A new single called "Rumors" is coming.
The singer and rapper broke out into an impromptu song to emphasize her point about needing her "personal space."
The singer rocked her new look while wearing a dress featuring an illustration of herself.
The “Truth Hurts” singer issued a polite ― and unflinching ― clarification after a reporter repeatedly misgendered Lovato with incorrect pronouns.
“We need to protect and uplift the bodies it was created for and by," the “Juice” singer said on TikTok.