Lizzo strips down to only a pair of nude underwear as she stuns in a revealing snap of her curves  

Showing off: Lizzo stripped down to only a pair of nude underwear, showing off her curves, in a photo shared to Instagram on Thursday. She captioned the snap: 'BBW THE B STAND FOR BREAKFAST'

Lizzo looks as if she is naked as she wears nothing but a pair of nude undies while letting her hair fall down her bare back

She has made an impact on the music industry with her hit songs and her loud and proud message of body positivity. 

And Lizzo stripped down to only a pair of nude underwear, showing off her curves, in a photo shared to Instagram on Thursday. 

The 32-year-old hitmaker’s underwear was nearly invisible on her skin as she posed with her backside to the camera. 

Showing off: Lizzo stripped down to only a pair of nude underwear, showing off her curves, in a photo shared to Instagram on Thursday. She captioned the snap: 'BBW THE B STAND FOR BREAKFAST'

Showing off: Lizzo stripped down to only a pair of nude underwear, showing off her curves, in a photo shared to Instagram on Thursday. She captioned the snap: ‘BBW THE B STAND FOR BREAKFAST’ 

Lizzo (born Melissa Jefferson) posed in the sunlight, turned with her chin on her right shoulder and her eyes closed. 

She seemed to only be wearing the underwear as her long dark hair was down in a wavy style hanging nearly to her back thighs. 

Standing in front of green shrubs, the Truth Hurts singer looked glamorous with bright red lipstick on her pout and a strong black winged eyeliner lengthening her eyes. 

‘BBW THE B STAND FOR BREAKFAST,’ she captioned the photo. 

Speaking out: She recently graced the October cover of Vogue , and spoke at length about the body-positivity movement

Speaking out: She recently graced the October cover of Vogue , and spoke at length about the body-positivity movement. While the movement has gained momentum with ‘curvier’ girls, it has not yet included women who are size 18 and up, according to the star 

She recently graced the October cover of Vogue, and spoke at length about the body-positivity movement. 

While the movement has gained momentum with ‘curvier’ girls, it has not yet included women who are size 18 and up, according to the star. 

‘Girls with back fat, girls with bellies that hang, girls with thighs that aren’t separated, that overlap. Girls with stretch marks. You know, girls who are in the 18-plus club,’ Lizzo said.

Adding: ‘They need to be benefiting from… the mainstream effect of body positivity now.’

Mainstream: But she said she feels 'no ways about that, because inclusivity is what my message is always about.' Lizzo added: 'I'm glad that this conversation is being included in the mainstream narrative'

Mainstream: But she said she feels ‘no ways about that, because inclusivity is what my message is always about.’ Lizzo added: ‘I’m glad that this conversation is being included in the mainstream narrative’  

‘It’s commercialized,’ said the performer. ‘Now, you look at the hashtag “body positive,” and you see smaller-framed girls, curvier girls. Lotta white girls.’ 

But she said she feels ‘no ways about that, because inclusivity is what my message is always about.’

Lizzo added: ‘I’m glad that this conversation is being included in the mainstream narrative.’ 

Along with the body-inclusive message, the star also encouraged her fans to vote in the upcoming presidential election.   

Vote now! 'I just want to encourage people to register to vote. That is the most important thing to me. Because there's a lot of upset people, and there's a lot of people who have power,' said the Good As Hell crooner

Vote now! ‘I just want to encourage people to register to vote. That is the most important thing to me. Because there’s a lot of upset people, and there’s a lot of people who have power,’ said the Good As Hell crooner 

‘I just want to encourage people to register to vote. That is the most important thing to me. Because there’s a lot of upset people, and there’s a lot of people who have power,’ said the Good As Hell crooner.

‘There’s a lot of voter suppression in Black communities. But there’s a lot of angry white kids now. And I’m like, “Yo, register to vote. Go out. You won’t get suppressed if you try to go to your ballot box.: You know?

‘I think it’s important to remind people of what they can do. My job isn’t to tell you how to vote. But my job is hopefully to inspire you to vote…to activate you, so that you can take your protest to the ballot box.’  

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