TikTok is full of creative ways to spice things up, including a new trend for eating watermelon with yellow mustard—and even Lizzo has tried it.
The "Bawitdaba" singer provides the voiceover in a campaign ad for John James, but other celebrities like Lizzo have voiced their support for James' Democratic rival, incumbent Gary Peters.
"Instagram has a become a place very quickly over the past 10 years, where pop culture happens, and where new trends emerge. I think it's changed the way we all relate to the things we're most interested in," Porch told Newsweek.
Letterman's third season of the longform interview show will debut on October 21.
The drama started when One Direction fans thought Lizzo, whose real name is Melissa Viviane Jefferson, made a slight against Harry Styles.
Twitter users turned the Amazon CEO's joke against him when he posted a photo of himself with the "Truth Hurts" singer.
After a video of pop star Dua Lipa showering a stripper with money at a Grammys after-party made its way to the internet, fans debated whether the singer was objectifying women.
We "wanted to do something that could describe a tiny bit how we all feel right now," Alicia Keys said as she opened the ceremony. "We love you Kobe."
The show returns in the new year.
The CW will be airing highlights of this year's iHeartRadio JingleBall line-up on Thursday, including performances from Lizzo, Taylor Swift, BTS and more of the year's biggest stars.
Lizzo called herself "glamorous, talented, and booty-ful," while Buttigieg described himself as "standing near Lizzo," during their joint appearance on CBS This Morning.
The Grammy 2020 nominations saw Lizzo get nominated for "Song of the Year" for "Truth Hurts" thanks to a weird loophole in the award ceremony's rules.
Here's who has been nominated for Grammys, with artists like Lizzo, Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift expected to win big.
In September, the performer made headlines after tweeting disparaging remarks to nearly one million followers about Postmates delivery person Tiffany Wells, whom she accused of stealing her food. On Friday, Wells' attorneys hit the "Truth Hurts" singer with a lawsuit for defamation.
Lizzo publically addressed the two in an Instagram post earlier Wednesday. The lawsuit states that "Truth Hurts" does not "infringe any copyright" and seeks to end the Raisens' "campaign of harassment."
Lizzo is celebrating her first No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Namely, she's taking to Twitter to spread the joy with her fans, or her "Lizzbians."
"You just got your hair shampooed and pressed, what do you want next?"
Some have opined that someone who more closely resembles Divine should be casted as Ursula.
"I want these women to continue being the legends that they are, continue inspiring younger generations like they did for us when we were coming up."