Lizzo is flaunting her curvy bikini body in new photos from a recent vacation. The pop singer has long been known as an influential figure in the body positivity movement. She has never been one to shy away from showing her curves, reminding us all that being sexy has nothing to do with the size of your body. Furthermore, her career success shows that her message of self-confidence is a much-needed one. The pop singer recently performed several shows to full houses at the legendary O2 Arena in London, and she is ramping up to go on a full tour in the spring and summer of this year. Now, however, she's taking a well-deserved break.
On Sunday, Lizzo took to Instagram to share photos and videos of her recent vacation. In the photos, she poses on a yacht in the Bahamas while wearing a barely-there pink bikini. Lizzo glows as she lazes on the deck, looking completely unbothered and enjoying a Corona. Never one to let us forget who she is, Lizzo rocks a hat that reads "Rich B*tch On Vacation". In addition to the sexy photos, she posted several videos of the trip. One features the bikini-clad singer floating by on a jet ski as she twerks. Another shows her soaking in a hot tub. Always relatable, Lizzo captioned the post "B*tch. I wanna margarita."
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Lizzo's music is probably best known for conveying a positive message of self-love, and it's something that resonates well with her audience. For the last few years, she has been in the limelight pretty consistently. The singer earned her second number 1 hit last year with "About Damn Time". Lizzo is also no stranger to industry accolades. Though the singer rose to prominence in recent years, she has already received 4 Grammy wins and 13 nominations. That's more than many pop singers see in their entire careers. However, even more impressive than Lizzo's accolades is her dedication to helping the underdog.
The multi-talented artist is also an outspoken activist for many communities, tirelessly devoting herself to lifting others up. Her recent Amazon competition program, Watch Out For The Big Grrrls, earned her an Emmy. In an emotional speech, she told the audience, "When I was a little girl, all I wanted was to see me in the media." Now, she's doing all she can to make sure that underrepresented groups feel seen, heard, and understood.