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LIZZO HEADS TO BBC THREE WITH TWO NEW SHOWS

Triple Grammy award-winning superstar Lizzo will be taking to the stage at this year’s Glastonbury Festival and ahead of what is bound to be a showstopping performance, the global music megastar will be arriving on BBC Three and BBC iPlayer for Storyville, the BBC’s award-winning strand showcasing the very best in international documentaries, in Lizzo Live in Concert and Love, Lizzo.

 


Lizzo is a household name with over 5 billion global streams and a platinum selling debut album to date and now viewers on BBC Three and iPlayer can to look forward to a pre-Glastonbury warm up concert filmed at LA’s iconic Forum plus a Storyville documentary revealing how Lizzo became the star she is today.



Lizzo Live in Concert

Superstar Lizzo as brings the house down with special guests Cardi B, SZA, and Missy Elliott. The live concert spectacular gives the viewers a front row seat to the Emmy® and three-time Grammy winner’s acclaimed “Special” tour. Joined by her band The Lizzbians and The Little Bigs, and The Big Grrrls. Lizzo: Live In Concert promises a night full of positivity, laughs, and love.


Lizzo Live in Concert (1 x 90’) was Directed by Sam Wrench; produced by Kevin Beisler; executive produced by Lizzo with Lizzobangers, and Ian Stewart, Leah Lane, and Hamish Hamilton for Done+Dusted. Emma Hindley is the Lead Commissioning Editor for BBC Storyville.


 

Lizzo Live in Concert will available on BBC iPlayer from 6am on Saturday 3 June 2023 and will be broadcast on BBC Three at 10.00pm on Friday 9 June 2023.

 

Love, Lizzo

Love, Lizzo will give viewers a revealing glimpse into the life of the multi-platinum Grammy- and Emmy®-winning artist, filmed during the recording of her latest album, Special.


After her hit 2019 single “Truth Hurts” catapulted her to superstardom, rapper/singer/songwriter Lizzo was hailed “an overnight success.” In this intimate and revealing documentary, the artist, born Melissa Jefferson, traces her long journey to the top–from her upbringing in Detroit, her adolescence tirelessly practicing the flute in Houston, her move to Minneapolis to pursue hip-hop, and ten years spent hustling as a solo artist before achieving international fame.



Filmed over three years, from her “‘Cuz I Love You” world tour, through the pandemic and the recording of her latest album, Love, Lizzo allows the multi-platinum artist to get candid about topics such as body positivity, self-love, and recognising Black women for their contributions.

 

Love, Lizzo (1 x 90’)  was Directed by Doug Pray; written by Mark Monroe; produced by Kevin Beisler, Ryan Kroft, Stephanie Meurer, Doug Pray, Nicole Rocklin, Kevin Weaver, and Sarah Astaire; executive producers, Lizzo, Michael Rapino, Omar Al-Jouani, Lesley Olenik, Chad Wasser, Len Blavatnik, Julie Greenwald, Craig Kallman, and Charlie Cohen; co-executive producers, Alana Balden and Damian Vaca. For HBO Max: executive producers, Jennifer O’Connell and Lizzie Fox. Emma Hindley is the Lead Commissioning Editor for BBC Storyville.


 

Love, Lizzo will be will be available on BBC iPlayer from 6am on Saturday 3 June 2023 and will be broadcast on BBC Three on at 9.45pm on Sunday 4 June.

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