It's no secret that Lizzo has taken a liking to 'Captain America' actor Chris Evans, but it's the "other" famous Chris she recently showed favoritism towards that left many looking at her with the ultimate side-eye.

Last week during a recently released  TED Talk, the three-time Grammy Award winner delved into the history of twerking and explained how the dance move helped her embrace her butt, a part she revealed was her "least favorite body part."

There's nothing like a shopping trip to make someone's birthday feel complete, and pop superstar Lizzo decided to do just that for a special lady in her life — her mom, Shari!

"I represent something that hasn't really been seen in the media in this way as a proudly fat Black woman and I'm sexy and I'm a sex symbol and I'm confident."

While she was getting hate for the single, actual fans noticed some racy lyrics involving the 6 God in which she said "No, I ain't f*ck Drake yet."

Lizzo and Cardi B are Greek goddesses in the 'Rumors' video that is inspired by "The Muses" in Hercules' Disney 1997 remake.

The "Truth Hurts" star posted videos of a smoothie detox and workout videos, prompting fans to label her "fat-phobic" and letting down fans who are openly questioning her body acceptance angle.

Lizzo spoke to "Vogue Magazine" about what it means to embrace full-figured body types, and the first step is to do away with the commercialized "body positive" movement. "I think it’s lazy for me to just say I’m body positive at this point...I would like to be body-normative."

Cardi B is gearing up to take her soon-to-be ex-husband Offset to divorce court. While the legal proceedings to separate from a philandering mate can be exhausting, Lizzo steps in to send her a gift with hand-written words of encouragement.

Another day, another social media challenge. This time around, the ladies are using their curves to spell out words. Here’s how. Snap a picture of yourself standing in a side profile. The outline of your butt and legs will for the letter “P”. With the typing feature on Instagram, write “eriod” onto the photo to […]

According to published reports, a judge in the United States District Court Central District of California dismissed the countersuit against the "Cuz I Love You" singer after three individuals, Justin Raisen, Jeremiah Raisen, and Justin “Yves” Rothman, was seeking royalties from the song.

Starting off the love on her own, Meg posted a picture of herself with a notebook before adding a second picture that featured three Post-it notes with three specific tasks that included "Pray", "Take care of skin" and "write music."