Lizzo Teases New Documentary, ‘Love, Lizzo’ on HBO MAX

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‘Love, Lizzo!’ The HBO Max documentary is almost here! HBO Max is giving us more than we deserve this year but we aren’t complaining!

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Lizzo recently took to her social media to share the big news!Her HBO Max documentary,  Love,Lizzo will be streaming on November 24th!

Lizzo isn’t new to controversy. From comedians to reporters and random people on the internet, it seems this star can’t get a day off!

Who’s Lizzo? was recently trending online when a NY Post article went viral with the caption,’ Lizzo on her crossover success: ‘I am not making music for white people’. Personally, I don’t find that statement offensive because she is a black woman and musicians create music based on their lives and experiences.

While everyone seems more bothered by her weight, this multi-talented superstar has decided that its time she told her story in her own words.The HBO Max documentary will focus on her early life and how she managed to become an ‘overnight success’ after a decade of hard work.

The artwork is beautiful and we are excited to relieve this journey with Lizzo on HBO Max. Although Lizzo’s career skyrocketed in 2019, she has accomplished a lot more than her peers in the music industry. She’s also an actress, singer, rapper and TV host! And according to the songstress, she is only getting started.

Here are some fan reactions to the Love, Lizzo documentary airing on HBO MAX.

 

 

Will you be watching the Love, Lizzo documentary when it airs on HBO MAX?

 

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