Lizzo Posts Hilarious Reaction To Harry Styles Film ‘Don’t Worry, Darling’
“Rumor” songwriter Lizzo is showing support for friend Harry Styles’ upcoming film in a funny Tik Tok video.
Lizzo uploaded her reaction to her 18.6 million followers last week to Styles’ upcoming film, Don’t Worry, Darling, starring Florence Pugh and directed by Olivia Wilde.
Lizzo starts the video by explaining her fans have been asking her to watch it and have been going crazy over the trailer even though it’s just 11 seconds. Lizzo watched the trailer with wide eyes. After it was done she said, “Let me watch that again,” and keeps repeating the trailer. Comically at the end of her TikTok, she stood up from her chair and showed a fake pregnancy bump.
“I’m so proud of my friend!” Lizzo wrote in the caption, “And Miss Wilde you did that!”
@lizzoIM PROUD OF MY FRIEND! And Miss Wilde you did that! #dontworrydarling 🤰🏾🤰🏾🤰🏾🤰🏾🤰🏾🤰🏾🤰🏾🤰🏾🤰🏾🤰🏾🤰🏾
Lizzo has a history of joking around about celebrity crushes. Back in April, she shared a screenshot of a DM she sent Chris Evans when she was drunk. Evans messaged back saying there was “no shame” in the drunk DM. More recently Lizzo made comments about the remake of The Bodyguard, originally starring Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner, throwing her name out as an option for the role and said she would want her co-star to be Evans.
Lizzo and Styles’ friendship started in 2019 after Styles covered her song “Juice.” Lizzo returned to favor and covered his hit “Adore You,” on BBC’s Radio 1 Lounge, the same show Styles performed her song.
“My favorite British import is Harry Styles,” Lizzo said on the radio show.
In 2020 the pair held hands and kept each other company during the 2020 BRIT Awards and sat behind each other at their tables. Styles joined Lizzo for a surprise performance during her Superbowl LIV concert, dueting the song that started it all, “Juice.”
The pandemic put a pause on Lizzo-Styles sightings, but they were reunited at the 2021 Grammy’s and posed together for a picture on Instagram.
Styles film, Don’t Worry, Darling, is set to be released in September 2022.
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