Lizzo looks like a ‘baddie’ in unfiltered underwear photo: ‘Oops… I forgot to Facetune these’

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Lizzo is baring it all in an unfiltered photo in her latest Instagram post (Photo: Instagram)
Lizzo is baring it all in an unfiltered photo in her latest Instagram post (Photo: Instagram)

Lizzo is feeling peachy.

On Thursday, the 33-year-old artist shared an unfiltered video and photo of herself wearing black underwear with her backside on full display. 

"Oops… I forgot to Facetune these," she captioned the post referencing the popular photo editing app. 

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Several celebrity friends and countless fans took to the comments to praise the singer's realness.

"Baddie," Chloe Bailey wrote followed by several flame emojis.

"So fine," Fifth Harmony member Lauren Jauregui said.

"PLEASE don't ever facetune again," a fan demanded.

"I love your body positivity and self confidence! It especially helps young girls and women to feel more confident in their own skin!! Thank you," a commenter praised.

"Yaaaasssss Ms. Peaches!" someone added.

This is not the first time Lizzo has shared unedited photos on social media. In April, the "Good As Hell" singer posted a nude pic as a part of the Dove "Self Esteem Project."

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In an interview with Elle in May, she opened up about how she hopes to change the conversation around the impossible beauty standards that have been continually perpetuated on social media.

"Man, I think it's just by getting real, by being honest and you know what, I don't want to say real because I think that that is shaming people," she explained. "Everything you see on the internet is real to a certain extent, you know what I mean? But how natural is it? How honest are we being with each other? And we don't necessarily need it all the time. I think everything is great in a balance, but I think once we can identify, oh, that was edited. Oh, that was modified. Oh, that was digitally distorted. I think it can help us be like, 'okay, it's not, I don't have to look like that. I don't have to be perfect.' There are people that I know who are like, 'I won't post this picture because I need to put this filter or that filter or someone's going to see it.' Well, that's the point, you deserve to be seen."

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