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During the performance, Lizzo looks stunning in a rhinestone-encrusted blue catsuit.

She is known for making a grand entrance. And Lizzo did exactly that on Saturday night, when she took the stage at California’s Chase Center for her The Special Tour tour.

The About Damn Time hitmaker, 34, turned attention in a mesh catsuit with electric blue rhinestone embellishments all over for the show-stopping performance.

Her statement attire was made up of a nude cloth foundation with a brilliant blue design all over that was adorned with glistening rhinestones.

The dress had a deep V neckline with blue cup design across her breast, and she paired it with lace-up blue boots.

Lizzo wore her black hair in a combed out crimp wave with blue beads from the scalp to the ends to complement the colorful appearance.

The celebrity completed the look with a gorgeous cosmetics palette that included a radiant base, peachy blush, and fluttering fake eyelashes.

On stage, she was accompanied by a group of backup dancers clad in bright blue hot pants and long-sleeved crop tops.

After being joined by Atlanta rapper Latto, the Grammy Award-winning singer leapt and danced across the stage in a high-energy approach.

The Special Tour will resume next week, with a stop at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles on November 18.

And, continuing through March, Lizzo will conclude the tour in London, all the way across the pond.

In addition to the tour, the artist will have a busy Christmas season, as it was confirmed on Friday that the Grammy winner would receive The People’s Champion Award at the 2022 People’s Choice Awards next month.

She will be recognized at the awards event on December 6, only two weeks after her highly anticipated HBO Max documentary Love, Lizzo was released in November.

Back-to-back Grammy nominations for Lizzo and the release of her new documentary will cap off an outstanding year for the singing phenomenon.

Lizzo will get the People’s Champion Award ‘for her trailblazing achievements to music and television, as well as her dedication to advocating general diversity and inclusiveness across color, gender, sexuality, and size,’ based on a press statement issued on Friday.

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