For the show's midseason finale—which also featured comedian Eddie Murphy hosting the NBC series for the first time in 35 years—the singer took the stage to first perform her chart-topping hit, "Truth Hurts". The inspiring and energetic performance showed off her impressive vocals, but the Internet couldn't help also obsessing over her outfit: a custom-made creation by black designer Dapper Dan.
The Dapper Dan x Gucci button-down trench coat featured a matching bralette and boots. And as Buzzfeed notes, Lizzo also had an all-black and all-female band performing alongside her, who also repped the designer in custom Gucci jumpsuits.
Check out Lizzo's SNL performance for yourself, below:
For her second performance, the singer transformed the stage into a winter wonderland complete with candy cane poles and gift-wrapped backup dancers to sing "Good as Hell." As for Lizzo's outfit, she brought her A-game once again, wearing a formal black tuxedo ensemble.
“Happy holidays y’all. Be kind to one another, but most importantly, be good to yourself," she told viewers.
Needless to say, Lizzo absolutely killed it both vocally and sartorially—and fans on Twitter showered her with praise.
Lizzo also starred in a sketch alongside Aidy Bryant called “Aidy Bizzo & Lizzo.” While the sketch was unfortunately cut for time, it was released online and has quickly gone viral for how hands-down hilarious it is. In the sketch, Bryant attempts to emulate Lizzo's confidence by rocking some of the rapper's signature bedazzled bodysuits, quoting her lyrics, and twerking on a desk.
“Do you ever feel like you’re only 90% that bitch?” Bryant asks, to which Lizzo replies, “No, but maybe you’re burning the a-- at both ends.”
Watch the full sketch below.
Lizzo also tweeted about her amazing night, sharing a throwback picture of her as a sign spinner and her fabulous glow-up to starring on SNL. "Don’t stop.. we need you. Your time is coming," she penned.
It's not surprise Lizzo was named Time's "Entertainer of the Year" and had several Grammy nominations this year. A spectacular SNL showing was clearly just the bow on top of an amazing year for the singer.
Originally Appeared on Glamour