Singer Lizzo set pulses racing after she was seen sporting a bikini while celebrating her birthday on the bank holiday weekend.
The Grammy winner turned 34 last week and took a long-awaited rest to a post-card perfect destination as she was seen relaxing in the middle of the desert.
The birthday girl turned the heat all the way up as she took to her Instagram account, posing in neon orange coloured swimwear.
Sharing a video clip of herself, the Good As Hell singer could be seen prancing around the desert while lapping up the the sun.
She captioned the post: ”Didn’t have much time to chill this April— but I took the weekend to celebrate life love & happiness… I know y’all see the grrrl glowing THANK YOU ALL FOR THE BDAY WISHESSSSSSS… NY HERE WE COME”.
Lizzo teamed up the neon outfit with a set of stylish sunglasses.
It didn’t take long until the singer’s loyal legion of followers flocked to the comment section to wish her a happy birthday.
One fan wrote: "Happy Birthday to a queen. You look fantastic. Let the haters hate."
Another penned: "Birthday baddie! wishing you a fantastic birthday, you’re an inspiration."
Amongst the copious amounts of birthday messages, it was a one-of-a-kind birthday post from pal Beyonce, which had fans starstruck.
The Crazy In Love songstress had found a picture of Lizzo when she was a baby to put alongside her post – something which even stunned Lizzo herself.
Underneath Beyonce’s Birthday tweet, Lizzo wrote: "Where u get this pic?? I ain’t seen this since I was born [crying emoji]."
Last week, the Good As Hell singer also teased there could be a swimwear collection coming to Yitty – her clothing brand.
The shape-wear company fit from size 6X to XS and say they are “centred around self-love.”
Lizzo celebrated her 34th birthday on April 27 with her boyfriend Myke Wright.
She confirmed that she was dating him last week during an appearance with Andy Cohen on his Sirius XM Radio Andy show.
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