Lizzo sends fans into a frenzy with sparkling fuchsia bodysuit at Kia Forum concert
Lizzo exuded more confidence than ever as she entered the stage accompanied by her pink-clad backup dancers
INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA: Lizzo enthralled her fans with an extravagant outfit in her concert at Kia Forum. The 34-year-old 'Juice' singer dazzled in a sparkling fuchsia bodysuit as she wowed the crowd with her infectious tunes in Kia Forum, Inglewood, California on Friday, November 18. Lizzo exuded more confidence than ever as she hit the stage with her pink-clad backup dancers.
Lizzo, who was dancing around in hot pink lace-up boots, was undoubtedly giving the performance her all as she sang her contagious hits. The singer let her wavy hair down and wore silver hoop earrings and a violet coat of eye shadow completing her look. She also featured two very special guests on stage, Missy Elliott and Cardi B.
Missy Elliott joined the singer on 'Tempo', from Lizzo’s 'Cuz I Love You' album, and Cardi B reunited with Lizzo for their Hot 100 hit 'Rumors'. She shared a heartwarming message for Cardi B on Instagram, along with a picture of the two. "I am a FAN of Cardi B! I been following her since before love&hiphop… But as much as I fan over her as an artist, who she is as a PERSON is UNMATCHED. @iamcardib thank U for always coming thru for me, for standing up for us when you don’t have to. U the peoples champ! I LOVE U."
On another post, Lizzo shared a picture of Missy and her embracing each other on stage captioning, "My face after @missymisdemeanorelliott surprised us last night! Being on stage w you is a DREAM but knowing you is unfathomable! My absolute ICON! I love you 5EVA! ❤️thank you!"
Additionally, she flaunted an elegant, claw-like manicure. On stage, she appeared to hold out a microphone to her audience in the midst of her show, giving them a voice.
The 'Truth Hurts' singer has only one more show left before she takes off for the rest of the year. She will resume her European tour next year. Additionally, Lizzo was nominated for multiple Grammy awards, including Album of the Year and Song of the Year. Lizzo shared snaps from the show to her Instagram account with the caption, "LA: Night 1…"
The 65th Grammy Awards nominated nine artists, including Beyonce, who ties the record for most nominations ever with 88 nominations. She tallied the same amount of nominations as her husband Jay-Z, who held the previous record of 83 and added five more nominations to bring them both to the same total. British singers Adele and Harry Styles rounded out the top three with seven and six, respectively, announced The Recording Academy at a livestream event from Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Rapper Kendrick Lamar had the second most nominations with eight as singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile tied Adele with seven.