Lizzo stands out in a candy pink dress while promoting new album Special

Lizzo hinted at her curves in a bubblegum peekaboo dress as she toured the media for her new album this week.

The 34-year-old body positivity icon drops her next album Special this Friday and was seen on SiriusXM two days before her debut.

It comes the day after her reality show Watch Out For The Big Grrrls from Lizzo received six Emmy nominations.

On the mic: Lizzo hinted at her curves in a bubblegum peekaboo dress as she toured the media for her new album this week

Proving she’s her own best advertisement, the body positivity icon clung to a jewelry necklace advertising her Yitty brand.

The same day she appeared on SiriusXM Lizzo passed Elvis Duran and the morning radio show and talked about learning to live in the moment.

She described herself as a “very what’s-next” artist, noting that she wore Yitty but was planning the brand “five, six years ago, so I’m like, ‘Okay, what’s next? “I’m in the fourth quarter of 2034, you know what I mean?

Lizzo acknowledged, “And that was great, it made me ambitious, but it can be a little harmful because it’s like you’re not really there and celebrating all of your successes.” Like, you become insatiable and dissatisfied.

In the end, she found herself wondering why she was so “cranky” and getting irritated even with her “best friend” for being overjoyed at their triumphs, thinking, “Why are you so happy? We have work to do!

Incoming: The 34-year-old body positivity icon releases her next record Special this Friday and was seen appearing on SiriusXM two days before her debut

By the way: Proving she's her own best advertisement, the body positivity icon clung to a jewelry necklace advertising her Yitty brand

Incoming: The 34-year-old body positivity icon releases her next record Special this Friday and was seen appearing on SiriusXM two days before her debut

However, she taught herself to “show up” and “celebrate it,” especially when she opened the 2020 Grammy Awards for which she was also nominated.

On the morning of the awards show, she was like, ‘Oh my god, this is the morning of the Grammys that I open and nominate! Like being here right now! Like don’t go to the future! Like enjoying it!

Lizzo managed to be “super present” in the meantime and gushed on the radio show: “Like I want this week to last forever.”

Even before the album’s release, Lizzo had a banner week, as her reality show garnered six Emmy nominations.

As seen on Sirius: The same day she appeared on SiriusXM, Lizzo swayed by Elvis Duran And The Morning Radio Show and talked about learning to live in the moment

As seen on Sirius: The same day she appeared on SiriusXM, Lizzo swayed by Elvis Duran And The Morning Radio Show and talked about learning to live in the moment

Her Amazon Prime competition series Lizzo’s Watch Out For The Big Grrrls follows a group of women who compete to become her backup dancers.

The program earned a nod in the reality competition category, as well as for its direction, casting, cinematography, editing, and mixing.

Lizzo gloated on Instagram that “Nicole Kidman might be there” so she might get a chance to meet the Big Little Lies actress.

She jokingly asked fans to “leave a comment on what I should do when I meet Nicole Kidman, because that’s what the Emmys mean to me.”

Busty: Lizzo showed off her figure in an aquamarine swimsuit as she modeled a matching wig for a mermaid look on Instagram recently

Busty: Lizzo showed off her figure in an aquamarine swimsuit as she modeled a matching wig for a mermaid look on Instagram recently

Lizzo recently found herself in hot water with her new single GRRRLS, which featured lyrics in which she uses the word “sp*z.”

‘Hold my bag, bitch, hold my bag. Do you see that s***? I’m a sp*z,’ she sang in the original version of the number.

A social media outcry erupted over the use of the term “capable”, prompting Lizzo to release a new version of the song with altered lyrics.

Triumph: Even before the album was released, Lizzo had a banner week as her reality show garnered six Emmy nominations

Premise: Her Amazon Prime competition series Watch Out For The Big Grrrls by Lizzo follows a group of women who compete to become her backup dancers

Triumph: Even before the album was released, Lizzo had a banner week as her reality show garnered six Emmy nominations

The updated edition of GRRRLS has Lizzo singing: ‘Hold my bag, b****, hold my bag. Do you see that s***? Hold me back.’

“This is the result of me listening and taking action,” she wrote on Instagram of the edit. “As an influential artist, I’m dedicated to being part of the change I’ve been waiting to see in the world. Xoxo, Lizzo.’

Shortly after, she shamelessly posted an Instagram video of herself dancing to the number and raising her middle finger to the audience.

Incoming: Released this Friday, the album features Lizzo's new song GRRRLS, the original version of which got her in hot water over her use of the word 'sp*z'

Incoming: Released this Friday, the album features Lizzo’s new song GRRRLS, the original version of which got her in hot water over her use of the word ‘sp*z’

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