I felt left out as a child because no one - 'I felt left out as a child because no one on TV looked like me'

Lizzo puzzled what was unsuitable together with her rising up, because she looked utterly completely different from everybody else on tv and in magazines.

The Truth Hurts star’s wrestle to search out well-known position models as a child actually messed together with her head and made her really feel like she didn’t belong.

“I would watch things on television and I would look at magazines and I would not see myself,” she tells British Vogue. “When you don’t see your self, you begin to suppose one thing’s unsuitable with you. Then you wish to look like these issues and once you realise it’s a bodily impossibility, you begin to suppose, ‘What the f**k is wrong with me?’

“I think that took a greater toll on me, psychologically, growing up than what anyone could have said to me.”

While she’s actually having fun with her success now, the 31 yr outdated nonetheless struggles with anxiousness and is grateful her fame didn’t occur when she was youthful.

“I think if I was 21 right now, I would not be able to maintain this lifestyle without having major anxiety and panic attacks,” she admits.

And although she nonetheless struggles to maintain it collectively generally, she harnesses her nerves to take her performances to the subsequent stage.

“When I get really, really anxious before a show, I just go harder and harder and harder when I’m performing and I just go crazy,” she shares. “I don’t know why, but my anxiety sometimes fuels who I am as a performer and who I am as an artist.”