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Lizzo sparkles in a skin-tight blue sequin bodysuit in the video for her new song About Damn Time

Lizzo brought disco vibes in the video for her latest single, About Damn Time, from upcoming album Special, set to drop on July 15.

The 33-year-old singer sparkled in a skin-tight blue sequin bodysuit with saucy thigh and cleavage cut-outs, which she paired with matching gloves.

In the Christian Breslauer-directed video, the Grammy-Award winner is seen dancing with a janitor and doing the splits with the help of his mop.

Disco time: Lizzo brought disco vibes in the video for her latest single, About Damn Time, from upcoming album Special, set to drop on July 15

Disco time: Lizzo brought disco vibes in the video for her latest single, About Damn Time, from upcoming album Special, set to drop on July 15

In another scene the singer also brought out her famous flute, and performed while standing in a pool surrounded by swimmers doing headstands.

The video started out with the entertainer wearing a gray tracksuit as she sat in a ‘Stressed & Sexy’ support group.

The organizer of the group spoke, saying, ‘When we last met, I asked you guys to prepare a poem that compared something that makes you feel stressed to something that makes you feel sexy.’

Sizzling: The 33-year-old singer sparkled in a skin-tight blue sequin bodysuit with saucy thigh and cleavage cut-outs, which she paired with matching gloves

Sizzling: The 33-year-old singer sparkled in a skin-tight blue sequin bodysuit with saucy thigh and cleavage cut-outs, which she paired with matching gloves

Doing the splits: In the Christian Breslauer-directed video, the Grammy-Award winner is seen dancing with a janitor and doing the splits with the help of his mop

Doing the splits: In the Christian Breslauer-directed video, the Grammy-Award winner is seen dancing with a janitor and doing the splits with the help of his mop

‘Lizzo, would you honor us by being the first?’ she asked.

As all eyes in the room were on the singer, she decided to quickly flee the situation by leaving.

While in the corridor, the songstress suddenly broke into a dance, singing, ‘It’s bad b***h o’clock, yeah, it’s thick-thirty/ I’ve been through a lot but I’m still flirty.’

Flexible: The singer showed off her flexible moves

Flexible: The singer showed off her flexible moves

Back: The song is her first single since Rumors (featuring Cardi B), which she dropped last last year

Back: The song is her first single since Rumors (featuring Cardi B), which she dropped last last year

She continued to dance down the corridor, and approached a man sitting on a bench, having a playful encounter, before heading further down the hallway.

The star then broke into the pre-chorus, singing, ‘Oh, I been so down and under pressure/ I’m way too fine to be this stressed, yeah/ Oh, I’m not the girl I was or used to be , uh/ B***h, I might be better.’

While looking in the mirror, the singer saw herself transformed from her casual getup to wearing the sexy blue ensemble.

The flute: In another scene the singer also brought out her famous flute, and performed while standing in a pool surrounded by swimmers doing headstands

The flute: In another scene the singer also brought out her famous flute, and performed while standing in a pool surrounded by swimmers doing headstands

Support group: The video started out with the entertainer wearing a gray tracksuit as she sat in a 'Stressed & Sexy' support group

Support group: The video started out with the entertainer wearing a gray tracksuit as she sat in a ‘Stressed & Sexy’ support group

Her raven hair went from a slicked-back bun into a voluminous do with curls, her face was glammed up, and she suddenly sported trendy long blue nails.

She also sparkled up the outfit further with a pair of diamond studs. On her feet she sported study white boots.

As she entered yet another hallway, Lizzo pulled some John Travolta style moves, reminiscent of Saturday Night Fever, on light-up disco flooring.

Leaving: After the organizer asked her to read a poem that 'compared something that makes you feel stressed to something that makes you feel sexy' Lizzo fled the room

Leaving: After the organizer asked her to read a poem that ‘compared something that makes you feel stressed to something that makes you feel sexy’ Lizzo fled the room

Transformed: While in the corridor, the songstress suddenly broke into a dance, singing, 'It's bad b***h o'clock, yeah, it's thick-thirty/ I've been through a lot but I'm still flirty'

Transformed: While in the corridor, the songstress suddenly broke into a dance, singing, ‘It’s bad b***h o’clock, yeah, it’s thick-thirty/ I’ve been through a lot but I’m still flirty’

Sexy: While looking in the mirror, the singer saw herself transformed from her casual getup to wearing the sexy blue ensemble

Sexy: While looking in the mirror, the singer saw herself transformed from her casual getup to wearing the sexy blue ensemble

The song’s chorus carried a positive message, with Lizzo singing, ‘Turn up the music, turn down the lights/ I got a feelin’ I’m gon’ be alright/ Okay, alright, it’s about damn time.’

The star then encountered a janitor mopping the floor, and borrowed his mop to assist her in doing a split.

She then proceeded to moonwalk backwards, after which she flew on the mop back towards the working man and handed him back his tool.

New look: Her raven hair went from a slicked-back bun into a voluminous do with curls, her face was glammed up, and she suddenly sported trendy long blue nails

New look: Her raven hair went from a slicked-back bun into a voluminous do with curls, her face was glammed up, and she suddenly sported trendy long blue nails

Saturday Night Fever: As she entered yet another hallway, Lizzo pulled some John Travolta style moves, reminiscent of Saturday Night Fever, on light-up disco flooring

Saturday Night Fever: As she entered yet another hallway, Lizzo pulled some John Travolta style moves, reminiscent of Saturday Night Fever, on light-up disco flooring

The two then got into the disco spirit with some funky dance moves, with Lizzo shaking her behind and the janitor gliding on the floor.

In the second verse, Lizzo continued with the cool vibes, as she sang about trying to bring out the fabulous.

‘In a minute I might need a sentimental man or woman to pump me up/ Feeling fussy, walking in my Balenci-ecis tryna bring out the fabulous.’

‘Cause I give af**k, way too much, I might need like two shots in my cup/ Wanna get up, wanna get down, mhm, that’s how I feel right now,’ she sang.

Positive: The song's chorus carried a positive message, with Lizzo singing, 'Turn up the music, turn down the lights/ I got a feelin' I'm gon' be alright/ Okay, alright, it's about damn time'

Positive: The song’s chorus carried a positive message, with Lizzo singing, ‘Turn up the music, turn down the lights/ I got a feelin’ I’m gon’ be alright/ Okay, alright, it’s about damn time’

Lighting up the room: Lizzo continued to light up the building, as she sang in an empty office space with colorful lights on the ceiling

Lighting up the room: Lizzo continued to light up the building, as she sang in an empty office space with colorful lights on the ceiling

The singer then ended up in the middle of an indoor swimming pool, as she performed a melody on her flute.

The song is her first single since Rumors (featuring Cardi B), which she dropped last year.

This weekend, Lizzo is set to appear on Saturday Night Live as both the host and musical guest.

Pool fun: The singer ended up dancing in a pool as swimmers performed underwater acrobatics, before she returned to the support group

Pool fun: The singer ended up dancing in a pool as swimmers performed underwater acrobatics, before she returned to the support group

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