Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley dance to Lizzo's 'Truth Hurts' in video
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Rep. Ilhan OmarIlhan OmarTucker Carlson ratchets up criticism of Duckworth, calls her a 'coward' The Hill's Campaign Report: Colorado, Utah primary results bring upsets, intrigue Progressive lawmakers call for conditions on Israel aid MORE (D-Minn.) tweeted a video of her and Rep. Ayanna PressleyAyanna PressleyThe Hill's Campaign Report: Colorado, Utah primary results bring upsets, intrigue Progressives zero in on another House chairman in primary Ocasio-Cortez pitches interns to work for her instead of McConnell MORE (D-Mass.) dancing to Lizzo’s chart-topping “Truth Hurts” over the weekend, calling the singer, who moved to her state years ago, her “hometown girl.” 

“We couldn’t celebrate #breakingconcreteceilings without jamming to my hometown girl @lizzo,” Omar wrote in a tweet that featured footage of her dancing to the song at an event on Friday. The post was later retweeted by Lizzo.

“Even @AyannaPressley loves our home girl!” the Minnesota Democrat continued in another tweet, which also featured a video of the congresswoman getting down alongside Pressley at the event.

“It’s true we all love you @lizzo” Pressley also chimed in on Twitter.

Lizzo was born in Detroit, Michigan, but moved to Minneapolis in 2011. She called the move “one of the best decisions I’ve made in my life" in an past interview with Rolling Stone.

According to HuffPost, Omar and Pressley were attending an event at a nonprofit venue called the Culture House during the viral dance moment.

Reps. Lauren UnderwoodLauren UnderwoodThe Hill's 12:30 Report - Presented by Facebook - Trump wins by losing in the Supreme Court The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Trump takes on CDC over schools The Hill's Coronavirus Report: Teachers' union President Randi Weingarten calls Trump administration plan to reopen schools 'a train wreck'; US surpasses 3 million COVID-19 cases MORE (D-Ill.) and Jahana HayesJahana HayesGun control group rolls out House endorsements Human Rights Campaign rolls out congressional endorsements on Equality Act anniversary Lawmakers with first-hand experience using food stamps call on Trump not to cut program MORE (D-Conn.) also reportedly attended the event.