Lizzo glams up to tease her upcoming documentary about her incredible rise to fame: ‘It’s finally the full story on my terms’
The Truth Hurts performer, 34, expressed that she was excited to share her story, adding that, ‘People don’t really know where I came from.’
Love, Lizzo is slated to premiere on the popular steaming site on November 24, and will depict the star’s childhood, which showcases her early passion for music, along with her leap to stardom as an award-winning artist.
New documentary: Lizzo, 34, joined the Today show earlier Wednesday to promote her upcoming documentary called Love, Lizzo
The Grammy winner looked stunning as she happily joined a Zoom interview on the Today show to open up about her anticipated documentary.
She opted for glam and could be seen wearing a red strapless ensemble along with a sparkling diamond necklace.
Her hair was parted to the side and effortlessly flowed straight behind her, revealing a pair small, silver earrings.
Lizzo’s makeup was elegantly done, comprising of shimmering eyeshadow, black mascara, pink blush, and a glossy lipstick.
The talented singer stated at the beginning of the segment that having her story told was beyond ‘incredible.’
Upcoming: The anticipated documentary is slated to premiere on HBO Max later this week on November 24
Excited: While opening up about Love, Lizzo on the Today show earlier Wednesday, the Grammy winner that telling her story was ‘incredible’
Lizzo explained that, ‘People don’t really know where I came from,’ further adding that she has actually, ‘been working for a long time.’
The music artist began releasing studio albums beginning in 2013, along with an EP titled, Coconut Oil, in 2016. However, her 2019 album called, Cuz I Love You, landed her on the charts and led to her career breakthrough.
She explained that the documentary will contain moments starting from her 2019 Coachella performance and to the star’s current area tour.
‘It’s finally the full story on my terms,’ she proudly gushed during the interview with Hoda and Jenna.
‘On my terms’: During the interview, the performer happily expressed that the documentary tells, ‘the full story on my terms’; Lizzo seen on stage earlier in San Francisco during her Special Tour
Working hard: The About Damn Time hitmaker explained that she has, ‘been working for a long time’
Musical passion: Ever since she was a little girl, Lizzo has had a passion for music, and learned to play the flute
The star humorously added that, ‘There is a lot of baby Lizzo footage that even I’ve never seen before,’ in the documentary.
Lizzo, whose real name is Melissa Jefferson, revealed that the documentary will showcase her early passion for music, and how she notably started to play the flute as a little girl.
Towards the end of the interview, the Emmy winner revealed that Beyoncé has always been one of her biggest influences.
The former Destiny’s Child member notably was born and raised in Houston. Although Lizzo was born in Detroit, she was also raised in Houston as a child. ‘She was my hometown hero in a lot of ways,’ the Juice singer fanned.
Before she joined the live interview via Zoom earlier Wednesday morning, Lizzo showed her 13 million Instagram followers a behind-the-scenes look at her glitzy ensemble, writing in the caption, ‘Always clocked in.’
Stunning: Lizzo showed her 13 million followers a behind-the-scenes look at her glitzy ensemble, writing in the caption, ‘Always clocked in
Busy: The beauty could be seen getting ready for her interview during the early hours of the morning
Musical influence: While talking on the Today show, Lizzo revealed that Beyoncé was one of her biggest influences in the industry
In a press release through Warner Media, Lizzo stated, ‘Growing up I never dreamed I’d get to experience all of the things I’ve accomplished in my life, and I’m just getting started.’
The singer additionally added that fans will, ‘get to see the amount of time, patience, blood, sweat and tears that went into this process. It takes ten years to become an ‘overnight success,’ and hopefully I can inspire other young creatives to keep going.’
The entertainer recently completed the first round of her Special Tour which began earlier this year in September and ended on November 18 in Los Angeles.
Next year in 2023, Lizzo will continue performances abroad in Europe, starting in Norway.
The star has notably received three Grammys, one Primetime Emmy, and has garnered a whopping total of 85 award nominations overall throughout the course of her career thus far.
Talented: The star has notably received three Grammys, one Primetime Emmy, and has garnered a whopping total of 85 award nominations overall; seen earlier in November in Inglewood