Lizzo gets emotional as she reveals living in $26million LA mansion is huge ‘milestone’

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Lizzo gets emotional as she reveals living in her $26million LA mansion is a huge ‘milestone’ after having to sleep in her car before finding fame

Lizzo become emotional as she reflected on doing her first network TV interview from her $26million Los Angeles home, 10 years on from having to sleep in her car. 

The singer, 34, said it has been a huge ‘milestone’ to have a sprawling property to come home to after having to couch-surf and live out of her vehicle before finding fame. 

In a preview for her upcoming interview on CBS Sunday Morning, Tracy Smith, 54, asked Lizzo: ‘Let’s talk about this – your house. I mean, just 10 years ago you were sleeping in your car,

First home: Lizzo become emotional as she reflected on doing her first network TV interview from her $26million Los Angeles home, 10 years on from having to sleep in her car

Lizzo appeared emotional as she let out a sigh before telling Tracy: ‘Yeah, yeah. And, like, woo, staying in people’s rooms and sleeping on their couches’.

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‘And now, on this past tour, which I was blessed to, you know, stay in really nice places, but I was like, ”I miss my house. Like, I can’t wait to come back to my own home and to my bed.” And I was like, ”This is the first time I’ve ever said this.” So, I don’t know. It’s a milestone for me,’ she added.

Lizzo also talked about the holidays, her favorite holiday dishes and having multiple Christmas trees indoors and outside.

CBS correspondent: The singer, 34, said it has been a huge 'milestone' to have a sprawling property to come home to after having to couch-surf and live out of her vehicle

CBS correspondent: The singer, 34, said it has been a huge ‘milestone’ to have a sprawling property to come home to after having to couch-surf and live out of her vehicle

Homeless: In a preview for her upcoming interview on CBS Sunday Morning, Tracy Smith, 54, asked Lizzo: 'Let's talk about this – your house. Just 10 years ago you were sleeping in your car'

Homeless: In a preview for her upcoming interview on CBS Sunday Morning, Tracy Smith, 54, asked Lizzo: ‘Let’s talk about this – your house. Just 10 years ago you were sleeping in your car’

‘It’s like not having stuff for a long time, and now [that] I’ve got it, I’m going overboard. I’m literally Santa Claus,’ Lizzo said.

The songstress previously gave a tour of her lavish home in an interview with Vogue and showed off her walk in designer wardrobe, a minimalist dining room and amazing open plan hallway. 

And Lizzo has just expanded her property portfolio after snapping up best pal Harry Styles’ $15million home at the end of October, complete with 58 foot infinity pool.   

The interview with Lizzo will be broadcast on Sunday on the CBS Television Network and will be available on the Paramount+ streaming service.

Lizzo appeared as musical guest on Saturday Night Live and touched off a flood of emotion when she re-created a beloved piece of art as she paid homage to the famous Annie Lee painting Blue Monday during her performance of Break Up Twice.

She wore a white slip as she sat on a bed in a set created to match the background of the painting.

Multiple topics: Lizzo also talked about the holidays, her favorite holiday dishes and having multiple Christmas trees indoors and outside

Multiple topics: Lizzo also talked about the holidays, her favorite holiday dishes and having multiple Christmas trees indoors and outside

The painting is a self-portrait of the artist, who passed away in 2017 at the age of 79. She didn’t paint her face onto the woman so others could identify with the emotion.

Other pieces of her art were featured on TV programs such as The Cosby Show and A Different World.

Lizzo earlier this month accepted the People’s Champion award at the 2022 People’s Choice Awards and promptly shared it with 17 female advocates who she brought on stage.

People's champ: Lizzo, shown earlier this month in New York City, accepted the People's Champion award earlier this month at the 2022 People's Choice Awards and promptly shared it with 17 female advocates who she brought on stage

People’s champ: Lizzo, shown earlier this month in New York City, accepted the People’s Champion award earlier this month at the 2022 People’s Choice Awards and promptly shared it with 17 female advocates who she brought on stage

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