Someone Give Lizzo Some Major Acting Roles Because She’s Halfway To EGOTing

A plethora of well-deserving stars scored 2022 Emmy wins on Monday night, including beloved rapper and songwriter Lizzo. The entertainer won Outstanding Competition Program for her show, Watch Out for the Big Grrrls (streamable with an Amazon Prime subscription), and gave a passionate acceptance speech. This is a major accomplishment on its own but, in the grand scheme of things, the singer is now halfway to becoming an EGOT. So Hollywood, please do a solid by giving her some acting roles so that she can join the exclusive group.

Many stars aspire to become EGOTS – people who’ve won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony. One would think that Lizzo herself would be interested in achieving the highly coveted title though, last night, she was definitely living in the moment. In her speech, she expressed her gratitude while also discussing just what it means for her to be honored for the show. Check out the full speech, which she shared to Twitter down below:

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