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Love, Lizzo documentary premiere date finally revealed

Mark your calendars Lizzbians!
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Do your hair toss and check your nails… we finally know when Love, Lizzo, the highly anticipated documentary that will look at the life and career of Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Lizzo, will be released.

Love, Lizzo will debut on November 25 on Binge and, according to press materials, will explore “the inspirational story behind Lizzo’s humble beginnings”.

WATCH NOW: Lizzo’s empowering speech as she wins an Emmy Award.

The documentary will also provide viewers “with an intimate look” at the moments that led to the Juice singer’s monumental success.

Lizzo took to Instagram just days ago to show off the first poster for Love, Lizzo and wrote, “Finally telling my story, My Way [sic],” which obviously sent fans into an instant frenzy.

One user commented, “I think I speak for THE WORLD when I say babe… we. can’t. wait . [sic],” while another wrote, “I am so excited about this and thank you for sharing your story with us.”

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The official poster and first look at the upcoming documentary, Love, Lizzo (Credit: Binge)

Doug Pray, the Emmy-Award winning filmmaker best known for his work on the documentary The Defiant Ones, will direct Love, Lizzo while Kevin Beisler, Kevin Weaver, Ryan Kroft and Nicole Rocklin will produce. 

Pray also serves as a producer on the upcoming documentary, as does Stephanie Meurer, Pray’s producing partner who’s best known for her work on Uncle Frank, Between Two Ferns: The Movie and Robot Chicken

Lizzo herself is executive producing Love, Lizzo with her production company Lizzobangers.

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Lizzo accepting her Emmy award, which she won for producing the show, Lizzo’s Watch Out for The Big Grrrls. (Credit: Getty)

But Love, Lizzo isn’t the Good As Hell singer’s first foray into executive producing; she recently won an Emmy award for executive producing the reality dance show, Lizzo’s Watch Out for The Big Grrrls

When accepting the prestigious award, Lizzo broke down in tears and said, “When I was a little girl, all I wanted to see was me in the media. Someone fat like me. Black like me. Beautiful like me.”

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Lizzo also recently made history when she played a 200 year old crystal flute, once owned by the fourth President of the United States, James Madison, onstage during her Cuz I Love You Too tour.

The Library of Congress lent Lizzo, who is not only a singer/songwriter but is also a classically trained flautist, the ancient flute. 

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Lizzo was the first person ever to play former President James Madison’s 200 year old crystal flute. (Credit: Getty)

Before her performance, which took place at Radio City Music Hall at the end of September, Lizzo told the crowd that she was “ the first person to ever play” Madison’s flute.

Love, Lizzo will be available to stream from November 25 on BINGE, live and on demand with a 14 day FREE trial. START FREE TRIAL

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