Lizzo Gets Attention In Patterned Bikinis As She Continues To Enjoy Her 33rd Birthday On A Sunny Vacation
She lived it in a sunny place to celebrate her 33rd birthday.
And Lizzo continued to drop her hair down as she posed a series of radiant images on Instagram on Monday.
The musician was the image of confidence wearing a triangle bikini top with matching briefs and a maxi dress from the PrettyLittleThing collection with Doja Cat.
In her element: Lizzo continued to let her hair down as she posed a series of radiant images on Instagram on Monday
Highlighting her figure, the flautist was stunned in her two-piece as she relaxed on the beach.
Hitmaker Good As Hell later dressed his see-through one-piece in comfy sandals.
In another bold look, the Grammy winner teamed a two-piece purple headband with a flowing blue shirt.
Happy Birthday! The musician lived it in a sunny place to celebrate her 33rd birthday.
From bottom to top! Singer stunned in her PrettyLittleThing two-piece collection with Doja Cat as she relaxed on the beach
Turn heads: The rapper was the image of confidence as she modeled a brown striped midi dress with mesh ring
All in the details: A baseball cap, sunglasses and a Hawaiian-style blue shirt complete his look
Last month, Lizzo admitted that she was grateful that photo editing apps didn’t exist when she was a teenager, while discussing the ‘dangerous’ effects of social media.
Speaking at the #BehindTheFilter Dove Summit to promote the brand’s campaign against digital distortion, the singer said she ‘scared her’ that online platforms would take advantage of insecure users .
During an interview with makeup artist Dre Brown, the artist also discussed the reasons for her decision to quit Twitter in 2019, admitted that she had become “ super stressed ” by relentless trolls on the platform.
The award-winning rapper shared her own experience with digital distortion, after seeing Dove’s promotional film showing the efforts of young teenage girls to change their looks in images posted online.
The Detroit native said: ‘The scary thing is when I was their age, girls who are now 12/13 years old, I felt the same, I remember waking up and of wanting to change part of myself, but I didn’t. I have no photo editing.
“ So that feeling was already there and now it scares me that there is this tool that takes advantage of my insecurity, and not only makes it bigger, it feeds the monster.
“You look up and there’s this completely unrealistic standard for your body and your face that you’ve created. I think there is something really dangerous about this.
‘It’s dangerous’: Last month, the artist admitted she was grateful photo editing apps didn’t exist when she was a teenager (pictured with makeup artist Dre Brown)