The “Truth Hurts” singer fronts the December 2019 issue of British ‘Vogue.’
British Vogue released the second of its December 2019 issue covers via Instagram, and joining Emma Watson is none other than singer, songwriter, rapper and cultural movement Lizzo. Photographed by Alec Maxwell and clothed in a Versace dress, Miss Lizzo looks objectively Good As Hell for her Vogue cover debut.
The publication praises the beloved musician for her “messages of power, positivity and self-love have earned her a cult following of millions around the world.” The fun approach to life that Lizzo embodies is entertaining to experience from the outside looking in, but British Vogue also takes a deeper look into the empowering and empowered woman and how she reached her current state of mind, with the star discussing her anxiety and the power of hard work in the accompanying interview with Zing Tsjeng.
As if we wouldn’t crave even more Lizzo content, British Vogue uploaded a “My First…” YouTube video featuring the cover star. The self-love queen talks her first kiss, the first time she heard herself on the radio and the first thing she does after a night out.
More than a singer, songwriter and rapper, Lizzo “is a movement” and “an antidote and in today’s image-obsessed age,” the publications states. Her values and confidence have created tidal waves in the music and fashion industries. In fact, Lizzo made history with her anthem “Truth Hurts,” which has now spent the most consecutive weeks (seven!) at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart for any solo female rapper.
The December 2019 issue of British Vogue will hit newsstands on Friday, Nov. 8.