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Lizzo Rocks Purple Hair And Orange Bodysuit On Stage At Austin City Limits

Lizzo is having an incredible year.

The singer, actress, rapper and talented is flautist has amassed a large and loyal following.

Her faithful fans that she affectionately calls the “Lizzbians” showed out in full force Sunday for her performance at Austin City Limits.

She was featured at the music festival among a star-studded lineup, including Cardi B, Billie Eilish and Kacey Musgraves.

Lizzo Rocks Purple Hair And Orange Bodysuit On Stage At Austin City Limits
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The Truth Hurts artist stepped out in a revealing orange bodysuit. 

Ultra-confident Lizzo, real name Melissa Viviane Jefferson, showed off her skin and gorgeous curves.

Her outfit featured a structured bustier, red piping shoulder straps, as well as off-the-shoulder straps hanging down her arms. 

Lizzo Rocks Purple Hair And Orange Bodysuit On Stage At Austin City Limits
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The 31-year-old’s outfit was complete with black fishnets and a pair of black patent leather boots. 

Her makeup matched her daring outfit as she rocked orange eyeshadow and lipstick, paired with bright purple hair. 

Even though the rising star performed on one of the smaller stages, she drew quite a crowd.

The excited crowd even chanted her name as they waited.

Lizzo did not disappoint as she performed some of her most iconic hits, including Jerome, Good as Hell and Truth Hurts.

Lizzo Rocks Purple Hair And Orange Bodysuit On Stage At Austin City Limits
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As the sun went down, Lizzo instructed the audience to pull out their phones, to create a sea of light. 

According to a local news outlet, she then renamed the audience the “Lizzo Choir” and had them sing “I’m the one” During her track Soulmate.

The body-positive star made sure she gave fans uplifting messages in between songs, like: “I want you to leave being happy with who you are.”

Meanwhile Lizzo previously admitted in an interview that she cannot label her sexuality.

She revealed: “I personally don’t ascribe to just one thing…. That’s why the colors for LGBTQ+ are a rainbow! Because there’s a spectrum and right now we try to keep it black and white. That’s just not working for me.”

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Written by Christine Haveford

Christine loves all things cinema, and she's been that way ever since she was a little girl. In fact, she is so passionate about cinema that she decided to pursue cinematography as a full-time career, and is now pursuing film studies at the New York Film School. Originally from Florida, she is still exploring the new city, people, places, and the culture, loves the new weather, going ice skating during winters, and spending time with her fellow classmates and friends from college.

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