We’re unsure if Lizzo’s heard the information however we guess she would have fallen off her seat in pleasure by now.
Can you think about? The queen of badass has introduced her successor within the type of flute-playing goddess.
The singer-turned-businesswomen stated Lizzo represents ‘everything’ that Savage stands for.
‘A confident woman, no matter what size, colour, shape. Your attitude is what makes you savage,’ she stated throughout her Savage X Fenty style present final night time.
‘It’s the boldness that you’ve got in your self and it’s the boldness you can give off to individuals who seem like you and really feel such as you and people are the folks that determine with the model.’.
Rihanna’s reward comes after the Truth Hurts singer revealed that RiRi slid into her DMs ‘to tell her that she performed good’.
‘She said I f**ked the stage like it was my side b*tch,’ Lizzo informed ET. ‘Don’t get mad, Rihanna. I’m not attempting to blow up your spot, however that was a tough ass line! I would take that line.’
At least Rihanna received’t have to wrestle attempting to collaborate with Lizzo, as a result of she wants to work with Rihanna too.
She stated: ‘I am not going to bother her, ‘cause I know what that feels like, so I am going to let her do what she ought to do. I love Rihanna.’
Now that each superstars confessed their love for one another, it’s time for a Savage x Lizzo line and a RiRi/Lizzo hit music..
Meanwhile, Rihanna has revealed the design course of behind her Savage x Fenty clothes line, and that she checks the items on her personal physique form earlier than they’re launched.
The singer and dressmaker showcased her newest Savage x Fenty assortment at New York Fashion week, and defined that she wants ladies to really feel superb after they put on her designs.
‘The most important message is that this a line designed by a woman for women,’ she informed i-D journal.
‘It’s for girls to really feel their sexiest, their boldest, their most female, their most masculine, their most, interval.’
RiRi defined that she makes her clothes for girls who don’t all have stick-thin catwalk mannequin physique shapes: ‘I’m a curvy girl, and if I can’t put on it myself, it’s not going to work.
‘I need to see how it looks on my hips, on my thighs, on my stomach – does it look good on me or only on a fit model? It’s vital.’
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