Lizzo Is a Snack in Stunning Chocolate Bar Dress at 2020 Brit Awards

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All eyes were on the "Truth Hurts" singer who rocked a chocolate bar Moschino gown on the red carpet at the Brit Awards in London.

Lizzo is looking extra sweet at the 2020 Brit Awards. 

The 31-year-old singer turned heads on the red carpet at the music awards show at the O2 Arena in London on Tuesday. Lizzo rocked a chocolate bar-inspired one-shoulder gown, designed by Jeremy Scott of Moschino. The dress read "Milk Chocolate" across the skirt and even featured a nutritional value label and barcode. 

Lizzo paired the stunning number with a sparkly "100%" chocolate bar clutch, custom made by Judith Leiber, and adorned her hands with Lorraine Schwartz rings. For glam, the musician looked beautiful and glowy with a cocoa-colored lip, glossy lids and fluttery lashes. For hair, Lizzo rocked a tall updo that featured three-tier buns. 

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The singer's stylist, Brett Alan Nelson, spoke to ET on how he chose the dress for Lizzo. 

"I always knew I wanted to do a 'gag' for the carpet. I had a few ideas I was cooking up with a few different designers, but Jeremy brought this dress up to me from his very first collection with Moschino from 2014 and I knew in that moment it was my look! My brain started going hundred miles a minute with every detail -- from chocolate bar nails, brown diamonds and that custom Judith Leiber chocolate bag," he said. 

Lizzo performed her hits from "Truth Hurts" to "Juice" in a four-song medley during the awards ceremony, attended by other music stars such as Harry Styles, Billie Eilish, Hailee Steinfeld, Niall Horan and Ellie Goulding. Lizzo hit the stage in a woven leather bodysuit, lace-up boots and long high ponytail. 

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Lizzo was nominated tonight for International Female Solo Artist, for which Eilish took home the award. Nevertheless, Lizzo celebrated the big night with a glass of champagne. She changed into a glimmering sapphire blue bustier belted gown, custom designed by Peter Dundas. 

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