Lizzo Looks Good Enough To Eat On Brit Awards 2020 Red Carpet

Ash Percival
·2-min read

Being one of the most highly-anticipated performers at the Brit Awards this year, you didn’t think Lizzo was going to make a low-key arrival at the event, did you?

The Truth Hurts singer blew all other red carpet looks out of the water after she turned up wearing a giant chocolate wrapper at London’s O2 Arena on Tuesday night.

Lizzo’s brown satin gown carried the American confectionary brand Hershey’s logo and was emblazoned with the words “milk chocolate”.

The elaborate dress even had a huge barcode on the side, too.

Lizzo arrived at the Brit Awards in a chocolate wrapper  (Photo: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment)
Lizzo arrived at the Brit Awards in a chocolate wrapper  (Photo: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment)

And if you didn’t think her red carpet look could get any more extra, she then whipped out a bar of chocolate to munch on as she posed for photographers.

Well, given how long the Brit Awards go on for, we don’t blame her for coming prepared on the snacks front.

Lizzo had a little snack on the red carpet (Photo: Mike Marsland via Getty Images)
Lizzo had a little snack on the red carpet (Photo: Mike Marsland via Getty Images)
Lizzo brought the joy to the red carpet (Photo: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment)
Lizzo brought the joy to the red carpet (Photo: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment)

Lizzo was one of the performers at this year’s event, having also been nominated in the Best International Female category, but lost out to Billie Eilish in the category.

It’s been a big 12 months for the US star, who last month took home three Grammy Awards, including Best Pop Solo Performance for Truth Hurts.

She had been the most-nominated star of the night, but Billie ended up winning five of the six awards she was nominated for.

Lizzo and her brother, Finneas, at the Brit Awards (Photo: Joe Maher via Getty Images)
Lizzo and her brother, Finneas, at the Brit Awards (Photo: Joe Maher via Getty Images)

The 18-year-old US singer was also in attendance at Tuesday night’s Brit Awards to pick up her Best International Solo Female gong.

Billie also gave a debut performance of her new Bond theme, No Time To Die, during the ceremony.

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Billie Eilish

Nominated: Best International Female
Nominated: Best International Female

Harry Styles

Nominated: Best British Album, Best British Male
Nominated: Best British Album, Best British Male

Lizzo

Nominated: Best International Female
Nominated: Best International Female

Lewis Capaldi

Nominated: Best British Male, Album Of The Year, Best New Artist, Single Of The Year
Nominated: Best British Male, Album Of The Year, Best New Artist, Single Of The Year

Stormzy

Nominated: Best British Male, Best British Single, Best British Album
Nominated: Best British Male, Best British Single, Best British Album

Anne-Marie

Mabel

Nominated: Best British Female and Best British Single
Nominated: Best British Female and Best British Single

Dave

Nominated: Best British Album, Best British Male, New Artist, Best Single
Nominated: Best British Album, Best British Male, New Artist, Best Single

Celeste

Winner: Rising Star
Winner: Rising Star

Ashley Roberts

Laura Whitmore

Maya Jama

Charli XCX

Nominated: Best British Female
Nominated: Best British Female

Ellie Goulding

Abbey Clancy

Jack Whitehall

Rag'n'Bone Man

Aston Merrygold, Marvin Humes, JB Gill and Oritse Williams of JLS

Fleur East

Nicola Roberts

Paloma Faith

Michael Kiwanuka

Nominated: Best British Male
Nominated: Best British Male

Burna Boy

Mabel and Neneh Cherry

Vick Hope

AJ Tracey

Nominated: Best Song
Nominated: Best Song

Melanie C

Montana Brown

Martin Kemp and Roman Kemp

Michelle Keegan

Mahalia

AJ Odudu

Tom Walker

Jorja Smith

Ashnikko

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