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Watch Out for the Big Grrrls! The first episode of Lizzo’s new show, in which she sets out to find new backup dancers, dropped on Prime Video on Friday (March 25).

The eight-episode series features 10 women who are auditioning to become one of Lizzo’s backup dancers — also known as the “Big Grrrls.” The dancers include Jayla Sullivan, Isabel Jones, Sydney Bell, Asia Banks, Kiara Mooring, Ashley Williams, Moesha Perez, Arianna Davis and Charity Holloway.

Beyond the competition aspect, Lizzo’s Watch out for the Big Grrrls centers around body positivity and self-love. “Body positivity is this brand new thing because self-hatred and body negativity was the norm,” Lizzo says in a sneak peek of the show, which premiered on Good Morning America on Thursday (March 24).

In another clip, Lizzo explains housing the women in a palatial pad during the filming of the show. “I put ya’ll up in here because I want you to feel special,” she tells the group. “I want you to feel worthy, because you deserve it.”

Lizzo retweeted the GMA clip with the caption “Crying tears of joy.”

Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls is directed by Nneka Onuorah and executive produced by Lizzo. The show will feature guest appearances from SZA, along with choreography from Tanisha Scott, Grace Holden, Chawnta’ Marie Van and Shirlene Quigley.

How to Watch Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls for Free

Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls is a Prime Video original, meaning Amazon Prime members and Prime Video subscribers can watch the show without paying anything extra.

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