Lizzo Bares All With Unedited Nude Photo on the 'Gram

Chloe Becker

celebs /
Theo Wargo / Staff via Getty Images

It's no secret Lizzo is all about body positivity and self-love. And this time, she bared all - and we mean all - in the name of embracing our bodies unconditionally. Read on for the empowering message the star shared as part of her partnership with Dove.

Lizzo Dove Self-Esteem
Instagram via @lizzobeeating

"WELCOME TO TAURUS SEASON," the Good as Hell singer started her caption. "To celebrate I wanna give y'all this unedited selfie.. now normally I would fix my belly and smooth my skin but baby I wanted show u how I do it au natural." We have four words: all hail queen Lizzo.

Lizzo unedited nude photo
Instagram via @lizzobeeating

Needless to say, the Grammy-winner looks stunning in the revealing shot. Lizzo is staring serenely at the camera as she poses naked on a bing-bang with only one accessory: a mug shaped like a booty. Now, if only she would give us the details on where to buy that cup cause we want to be drinking the Juice out of it every morning.

Lizzo then explained that she's collaborating with Dove and the company's Self-Esteem Project to spread the message of body positivity. "I am excited to be partnering with @dove and the #DoveSelfEsteemProject which is helping to reverse the negative effects of social media and changing the conversation about beauty standards," the icon wrote. "Let's get real y'all."

Lizzo naked selfie
Instagram via @lizzobeeating

Lizzo also told E! News why she's particularly proud of this partnership and Dove's campaign. "I love how this generation is so creative in the ways in which they express themselves," she explained. "It's really inspiring to see how people are taking their identity and their beauty into their own hands." The singer then shared her thoughts on the more negative aspects of this social media era.

"However, people are struggling with their self-image and self-confidence more than ever," she said. "This is amplified by the increasing pressure to show a digitally distorted version of ourselves, reinforcing the idea that our beauty in real life is not good enough or worthy of likes... That's why The Dove Self-Esteem Project and I want you to have The Selfie Talk with a young person in your life. It's happening to young people everywhere, so let's talk about it." You can check out more on the important campaign here.