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There’s a new Queen of the Skies in town… and her name is Lizzo.
The singer and rapper showed up to New York’s Kennedy Airport (JFK) bright and early this morning sporting none other than her Pink Flamingo Marc Jacobs gown that she wore to the Met Gala Monday night. She posted a series of Instagram Stories and Tweets to show it all off.
This year’s Met Gala theme was “camp,” and I mean, is there anything more camp than this? Sorry to Lady Gaga’s four outfit changes and Katy Perry’s hamburger and chandelier, but Lizzo’s got this one on lock. Busy Philipps agrees:
Judging by some of her videos, it looks like she’s flying Delta on a narrowbody — maybe back home to Minneapolis (MSP)? Talk about Sky Priority.
And let’s be real — her mood is how we all feel when we show up to the airport after using points for our whole trip. We’re not worthy, Queen.
Featured image courtesy Getty Images.
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