The singer debuted her new look at the football game, where she also snapped a stylish selfie with Tim Cooke
The “Truth Hurts” singer, 35, was among the slew of celebrities who made it out to Las Vegas to watch the Kansas City Chiefs play against the San Francisco 49ers on Feb. 11, meaning the venue was covered in a sea of red, which is both of the teams' color.
Fashion at Allegiant Stadium on Sunday ranged from sexy to sporty and Lizzo put her own twist on the dress code in a bold getup splashed in the popular hue.
As seen in her Instagram posts, the Grammy winner rocked a leather trench coat that appeared to be airbrushed with different shades of blue paint.
She kept her layering minimal yet still daring with a pair of micro leather shorts over fishnet stockings and a white top. She also piled on the bling with multiple silver necklaces.
The fiery flair continued on top, courtesy of Lizzo’s red mullet, cut with shaggy bangs and long layers in the back. Although it's likely her hairstyle is a wig, since the artist loves to switch her up look from time to time.
Lizzo didn’t confirm which team she was rooting for exactly, but it seemed like she was really there to cheer on halftime performer Usher because she called the Super Bowl the “Usher concert" on Instagram.
She even shared a few selfies from her suite, including one with Apple CEO Tim Cook (a duo we definitely didn’t expect to see!).
Lizzo’s appearance at the game comes amid her legal battle from an Aug. 1, 2023, lawsuit in which her former backup dancers, Arianna Davis, Crystal Williams and Noelle Rodriguez, alleged they were abused, harassed, discriminated against and faced numerous workplace violations while working for the musician (real name Melissa Jefferson) and her Big Grrrl Big Touring Inc.
Recently, Lizzo attempted to have the sexual harassment lawsuit against her dismissed, which was then denied. Earlier this month, a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge ruled that the case will go forward, PEOPLE confirmed.
In September, her attorneys filed a motion to dismiss another harassment and discrimination lawsuit made by a former "disgruntled" employee and clothing designer of the singer's tour.
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Still, Lizzo has made several public appearances, including one at the 2024 Grammys where she presented SZA with best R&B song award for "Snooze.”
Lizzo, a four-time Grammy winner herself, wore a custom leather Luis de Javier gown with a thigh-high slit, Jimmy Choo stilettos and bespoke jewelry, including layer upon layer of bangles and statement earrings.
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