Lizzo has jammed out with Lisa Simpson while making her “dream” cameo in The Simpsons.
On Sunday (May 21), the “About Damn Time” singer announced she will appear in the show’s season 34 finale and will showcase her flute skills next to Lisa as she jams on her signature saxophone.
Lizzo shared a teaser of the episode, which is titled “Homer’s Adventures Through the Windshield Glass,” on social media, and expressed excitement at performing alongside her favorite cartoon heroine.
“Every Icon has been on @thesimpsons,” she wrote on Instagram. “Now I can add my name to the list! Thank you to the whole team for making this a dream come true. (yes I’m wearing @yitty and playing @sashabefluting ) !!!!”
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Lizzo previously announced she’d be appearing in The Simpsons back in February after the series’ producers reached out to her. Executive producer Tim Long also penned a special song for her titled “It Was Marge, Bitch.”
“The song is called, ‘It Was Marge, Bitch,’ and the bitch in question is Homer,” Long told EW. “I can’t give you too much context without giving you too much story, but it is really in her wheelhouse — and she sang the hell out of it.”
Lizzo is a die-hard fan of The Simpsons and nearly broke the internet last Halloween after she unveiled an incredibly detailed Marge Simpson costume. (Cardi B also dressed up as the Simpson family matriarch in 2022.)
This also serves as Lizzo’s latest TV cameo after she starred in the Disney+ Star Wars spinoff The Mandalorian alongside Jack Black earlier this year.
In the episode, Din Djarin and Bo-Katan are exploring the planet Plazir-15, and immediately upon arrival are greeted by the planet’s leadership, Bombadier (played by Jack Black) and Lizzo’s Duchess character. The latter is in love with the former and serves as a member of the planet’s royal family.
Shortly after her cameo, Lizzo responded to a fan on Twitter who had written: “Disney keep hiring Lizzo so she can be in star wars next.” Lizzo merely added some eyeball emojis.
In other news, the Houston native recently joined forces with SZA for the remix of her hit song “Special,” which she dropped back in February.