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Lizzo Announced a Full Figure Top Model and Dancer for a Reality Show for Amazon

Melisa Viviane Jefferson is professionally known as Lizzo. She is a popular singer, rapper, songwriter, and flutist. She is well known for playing the flute at live shows. Her songs have a feel-good and positive vibe for all the listeners.

The show will be a competition series which is looking for plus-size models and dancers. The goal and intention behind this show are to find talented women who will be accompanying the three-time Grammy winner on the stage as a part of her crew performers.

What is the show all about?

Lizzo announced about the series on her Instagram asking Where are all the big girls? That is all I want to know. The project is looking out for people who have been underrepresented and underappreciated for a long time. The casting call said that Here is your chance to show your twerking skills on the world stage and come to be a part of an adventure of a lifetime. The tagline for the campaign is quite catchy as it said Be sure to bring good energy and that ass. Got the juice? Apply now.

Lizzo Announced a Full Figure Top Model and Dancer for a Reality Show for Amazon

She launched and promoted the arrival of the new TV Series wearing a Yellow Bikini and some of her friends auditioned for the upcoming show dancing sensuously on the Truth Hurts musician showing off their best moves.

The Grammy award winner has been a passionate voice for the body positivity movement in recent years and always speaks her mind on social media expressing and talking about the importance of self-love and embracing one’s shape with her followers and fans. Lizzo cleared after her post of a TikTok video of herself working out that what she decides to care and do for her body is only her choice and decision.

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Lizzo signed the deal with Amazon Studios last year in order to produce and develop the Series. This is her debut venture into television.

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