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Lizzo receives wishes from James Galway

Lizzo receives wishes from James Galway

Lizzo receives wishes from James Galway

Lizzo receives wishes from James Galway

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  • Lizzo got a special message from the famous flautist Sir James Galway, it made her cry.
  • Galway says with a big smile and a raised arm, “Merry Christmas, Lizzo, from your number one fan!”
  • She is seen crying and wiping her eyes as she says, “Is that James, or what?
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Lizzo got a special message from the famous flautist Sir James Galway, it made her cry.

Sunday, the “About Damn Time” singer tweeted a video of Galway playing “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” on the flute in front of a decorated Christmas tree. Galway adds, “Merry Christmas, Lizzo, from your number one fan,” at the end of the video. Lizzo wrote, “Sir James Galway wished me Merry Christmas. In a second Instagram Story post, she expressed her gratitude. She wipes her tears and adds, “James? James Galway?

Instagram Story, including a panini press from her mum. Lizzo threw a party before her HBO Max concert special aired on December 31.

The concert special was taped at the Kia Forum in Inglewood, California, on November 18 and 19. These shows had many guests.

Missy Elliott and Cardi B performed “Tempo” and “Rumors” at the first show. Lizzo invited SZA to perform “Special” alongside her the next night. Lizzo talked about boyfriend Myke Wright on The Howard Stern Show this month. She says they’re growing closer.

“We’re not going to play any more games with each other. We’re pretty much stuck, “she told me.

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After Wonderland ended, the two moved on to other things, but Lizzo said she and Wright got back together “when the time was right” and just recently decided to be together for good.

“This is official,” she said, adding that they had the “talk” that everyone knows about.

Stern asked Lizzo if she would marry Wright someday. The singer smiled and laughed and said, “There’s no one else I’m going to spend the rest of my life with.”

Love, Lizzo, a documentary about her life and rise to fame, came out on HBO last month. Lizzo said in the film’s trailer, “No matter what part of my story you come in at, I’m always chasing the music.”

The movie started with her early life in Detroit and Houston. In the trailer, Lizzo talked about her childhood. She said that when she was a little girl, she would write pop songs even though she didn’t have the confidence in her voice to sing them herself.

She said, “No one was trying to sign a fat black girl who could rap, sing, and play the flute.” “I had to work really hard to get where I am now, but I found my voice. People now see themselves when they see me on stage.”

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The documentary showed old footage of her from many different times, such as concert footage and footage from behind the scenes. The trailer followed her as she worked on Special and played the old crystal flute of former President James Madison in the Library of Congress.

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