In a lengthy caption, Lizzo explained the kind of change she's hoping to see in America, and why she wants to encourage everyone to vote.
"When I think of this country I don’t think of its laws I think of its people," she wrote. "I think about how this country is owned by the oppressor and how the oppressed are locked in a valley of capitalism."
But she continued on a more positive note, saying: "I also think of the young people who refuse to be spoon fed mistruths. I think of the elders who bucked against hateful prejudices even when it felt impossible.... Because of you, I'm still hopeful."
She goes on to list some of the reasons she has to be optimistic, and again encouraging her followers to vote.
According to Insider, the look was designed by Rey Ortiz in collaboration with Lizzo's stylist, Marko Monroe. The jumpsuit is supposed to represent the 43 per cent of people who were eligible to vote but didn't in 2016.
Her post has almost 1.5 million likes on Instagram at the time of writing. On Twitter, it's been labelled "breathtaking" and "powerful".
Lizzo shares her hopes for the future and encourages people to vote in breathtaking new Instagram post:
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