She'll be a host as well as a musical guest on this weekend, and is putting out promotional materials for the late-night show.
Lizzo joins cast member Kenan Thompson for a series of talks about Thompson's role as a Lizzo backup dancer, folding bedsheets, and cloning.
"How are you doing host and musical guest? Did they clone you?" Thompson asks at one point.
No, on the face of the matter, there is no clone Lizzo, she says laughing.
Cut to Thompson's inner voice, he says, "That's exactly what clone Lizzo would want me to think."
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Lizzo has returned for a third week in a row, following Jake Gyllenhaal last week and Jarrod Carmichael on April 2. It's the hosting debut for Lizzo, as well as her second musical debut. Her Amazon series Watch Out for the Big Grrls is set to be released on March 25.
The three-time Grammy winner is planning the release of her next album, Special, which is set for July 15.
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