TMZ It was first reported that the “About Damn Time” singer had been invited to perform on the 2,650-acre Virginia farm where Madison called home during his lifetime, and a source confirms that painting That Lizzo was invited.
When painting Arriving in Montpellier, we received this exclusive statement from the historic estate:
“A talented and classically trained Lizzo brought history to life last week when she played President James Madison’s crystal flute in a crowded square in Washington, D.C.” James Madison Montpellier respond to painting. “The three-time Grammy Award-winning songs exemplify that music is a universal language that brings people together. Whatever the genre, music helps people connect, express feelings, and create deep and lasting connections. As Lizzo continues its music tour in the coming weeks, we move beyond Our fingers that she would consider adding a stop at James Madison’s Montpelier, which was once home to Madison, father of the American Constitution.”
During her last tour of the capital, Lizzo also wandering Library of Congress, where she played a number of flutes from the institution’s archives and even became the first person to play music in the storied reading room.
Next, the R&B star will lead the star lineup 2022 Jingle Bull Along with Demi Lovato, Jack Harlow, Sam Smith, Dua Lipa, Charlie Puth, The Kid LAROI, Tate McRae and more.
Watch Lizzo play the crystal flute below:
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