The rumors are true: Lizzo has made the author’s dream of rocking one of the amazing singer’s looks a reality.
Author Aurielle Marie, whose pronouns are/are, posted a video on TikTok last month, asking the “Rumours” singer to send them one of her famous dresses. Marie, who wrote her first book, “Gumbo Ya Ya,” was invited to Out magazine’s Out100 event in New York City on Wednesday. The Georgia native was named to a 2022 report of 100 LGBTQ+ Influencers and Influencers.
“It’s the biggest accolade of my career, and there’s nothing I want more than to be in New York in a month and accept the award along with the other Out100,” Mary said in the video. “But there’s just one little problem: bitch, I don’t have anything to wear!”
The Poet Laureate then reflected on how Lizzo has advocated wholeness of the body and self-love throughout her career.
“The audacity you have in your career has helped me step out and be audacious myself,” they said before asking Lizzo to wear her Emmys 2022 gown.
Mary explained that they knew the request was a long way off – but Lizzo clearly didn’t think it was too much of a request.
The Grammy and Emmy Award-winning singer sent Marie the dress she wore at the 2019 American Music Awards.
On Tuesday, Mary posted a video update on TikTok of them trying on the dress. Mary can be seen screaming with excitement and is touched by Lizu’s gesture.
Receiving the dress was the “gift of a lifetime,” Mary said on Twitter The topic has been published Friday.
“Fat people are under excessive scrutiny, and we feel small,” they wrote. “If I don’t go out looking my best? I don’t have armor for the bullets the world will take.”
“I made this video as Hail Mary, and I’m pretty sure it’s not going anywhere,” they continued, adding, “You made my world, @lizzo. Thank you, sis.”
Mary shared videos They dance happily in Lizu’s dress at the Out100 event.
Lizzo spoke about the experience in a post of her own on Wednesday.
“It’s easy to be nice,” this artist said Wrote , “It is my absolute pleasure… [Marie]You are beautiful!”