LIZZO looked like a snack at the 2020 BRIT Awards in a sweet chocolate bar inspired gown before she took the stage in a curve-hugging bodysuit.
The Good as Hell songstress, 31, stunned on Tuesday’s red carpet for the London award show in a custom Moschino strapless dress that resembled a Hershey’s chocolate wrapper.
She glowed in the floor length brown dress with a full skirt that featured writing that’s on the outside of the candy bar and even included a barcode.
The Truth Hurts rapper held a matching crystal-embellished clutch that, like her dress, also resembled the famous sweet treat.
Her outfit was completed with rings and earrings that both featured chocolate-brown diamonds by Lorraine Schwartz and Ofira Jewels.
Lizzo candidly wrote on her Instagram “If you ever wondered what I taste like…” accompanied by a video of her clutch near her lips.
The hit-maker also posted her beautiful ensemble and thanked her styling team along with the caption “the best kind of chocolate.”
She took the stage for a dance-party medley of four of her biggest hits in an extravagant sheer dress that stretched across the platform.
The singer belted out the opening lyrics to Cuz I Love You on a platform at the O2 arena to kick off her performance.
Truth Hurts came up next as the crowd sang along with the rapper to her number one song as she transitioned into a revealing brown latticed textured leotard.
The body-positivity activist asked the crowd "Y'all ready to dance?” before she began to sing her smash Good as Hell.
She ended her high-energy string of hits with a joyous rendition of Juice.
Lizzo dazzled in a sequined blue dress that featured a high leg-slit and a bedazzled belt in the press room after the show.
The black-haired beauty had her long curls over the gown and layered necklaces that accented the outfit.
Grammy-winning Lizzo was nominated for Best International Female Solo Artist at the ceremony.
Fans of the music star loved the looks and showered her with praise in her comment section.
“Thank you Lizzo, for making people swallow that we can be beautiful and talented the way you are! You are an inspiration, beautiful, shining women!" one Instagram user wrote.
Another fan said: "You are gorgeous and such a role model for young women and men who don't feel comfortable in their own skin! Sending you love and positive vibes always!"
Lizzo has been an body-positivity activist throughout her career and candidly spoke up about the double standards women face when it comes to body shaming earlier this month.
She blasted men when she told Brazil’s TV Folha: “I think that women are always going to be criticized for existing in their bodies.
The Detroit, Michigan native continued to tell the interviewer: “So, what does that tell you about the oppressor? What does that tell you about men? Get it together, we don’t talk about your d**k sizes, do we?
“And say, ‘that’s not a conventional d**k size, it’s too small.’ We still let ya’ll asses run all over the goddamn place,” she fiery concluded.
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