The queen of self-love, Lizzo proudly released her new single which is 100% her own “Soulmate,” so she enlisted the Fab Five from Netflix’s Queer Eye to lift her music and inspire many in the new lyric video for the self-love anthem she produced.
Berk officiated Lizzo’s wedding to herself, which plays out on the screen when she sings, “I get flowers every Sunday/ I’mma marry me one day.”To add the message and hook of her performance, she dressed up her Cuz I Love You track from last year with a rainbow-colored animated and creative visual today on June 26. Bobby
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Name a more iconic duo, I’ll wait. #fabfive x #lizzo. The “Soulmate” Lyric Video is out now, #linkinbio
As seen on the visual, Jonathan Van Ness and Lizzo was on the icing on top of the cake and was shaking their sexy hips and fashionable thigh-high boots at the same pace and their super fabulous and gorgeous hair freely flows in the air (and even made stunts in the air when JVN used his luscious and fiery locks as an actual swing.) But the widely-acclaimed and iconic hairdresser took the opportunity to have cameo to prove an important point and spread his symbolic message about the celebration Pride.
Lizzo @lizzobeeating & @queereye !! Link in @queereye bio if you need a little break between signing petitions, donating, and protesting this can be a few moments of fun ️ Remeber, Pride started as an uprising against POLICE BRUTALITY. Did you know that “cross dressing” was a jail-able offense and was often used to harass & detain trans and gender non conforming people?? All the way up through the early 70’s in the United States.
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“Remeber, Pride started as an uprising against POLICE BRUTALITY. Did you know that ‘cross dressing’ was a jail-able offense and was often used to harass & detain trans and gender non conforming people??” the Queer Eye star, who identifies as non-binary, captioned his Instagram clip of the lyric video. “All the way up through the early 70’s in the United States.”
And Lizzo being a queen who doesn’t need a silver-laced sash and Mikimoto crown, Tan France, the famous stylist, still pulled the unique and beautiful looks of the “Juice” singer and shot Polaroid pictures of her best real-life looks. Brandi Carlile couldn’t believe the “Juice” singer’s collaboration with the Netflix cast, commenting on France’s Instagram video, “O.M.G” with the Pride flag emoji.
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@lizzobeeating ‘s song, Soulmate, is out now, in collaboration with Queer Eye. Link to the video in @queereye’s bio, to see us animated with her. It’ll put a smile on ya face!
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After her neon silhouette shimmied on the stripper pole with Karamo, Lizzo eventually whipped out her flute to entertain Antoni Porowski, but the dancing corgi parade also did the trick.
Lizzo X Queer Eye “Soulmate” lyric video out now on YouTube✌
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