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Lizzo clarifies absence from Jennifer Lopez's film: 'Nobody asked me'

Lizzo's video emphasizes her support for Jennifer Lopez

By Web Desk
March 01, 2024

Lizzo has addressed speculation about her involvement in Jennifer Lopez's recent musical film, This Is Me... Now. In a TikTok video posted on Thursday, Lizzo stated that she was never approached to participate in the film, despite claims from producers that she was unavailable.

In the short video, Lizzo addressed the situation directly, saying, “Ain’t nobody told me nothing,” the Truth Hurts artist said in the video. "Nobody asked me. J. Lo, I love you.”

The clarification comes after Lopez's documentary, revealed that several A-listers, including Lizzo, were approached for cameos but declined due to scheduling conflicts.

However, Lizzo's statement suggests a potential miscommunication or oversight during the casting process.

While the exact details remain unclear, Lizzo's video emphasizes her support for Lopez and dispels any rumours of a conflict between the two artists.

The lighthearted tone of the video also suggests a desire to address the situation without creating unnecessary drama.

The Marry Me actor's new film enlisted stars like Jane Fonda, Keke Palmer, Trevor Noah, Kim Petras, Post Malone, Sofia Vergara, Jenifer Lewis, Jay Shetty, Neil DeGrasse Tyson and Sadhguru into as the hilarious zodiac council, an astrologically inspired group that meets to dissect Lopez’s love life from the heavens above.

Within the movie, Fat Joe appears as a therapist, while Derek Hough stands out with his impressive dance moves as one of the singer's husbands.

On Tuesday, Lopez released The Greatest Love Story Never Told, which chronicles the making of her musical film as well as her journey to self-love.