From Glastonbury to the MTV Video Music Awards, it’s pretty undeniable that 2019 has been Lizzo’s year.

The Juice singer has had a number 1 album, sell out UK tour (with another on its way) and the song of the summer with 2017 sleeper hit Truth Hurts.

But despite being the woman of the moment, Lizzo has been on the scene for many years, releasing her first album in 2013 and, we were shook to discover, making a surprise appearance on Made in Chelsea: NYC in 2014.

Honestly, we’re as surprised as you are.

Appearing as a musical guest on the E4 spin-off series, which saw the reality show stars descend on New York for a summer of fun and drama, Lizzo performed for the cast in a NYC night club.

With blonde curly hair, the singer and rapper sported a colourful t shirt, bum bag and some incredible orange lipstick as she belted out an impressive rendition of Blondie’s 1981 hit Rapture.

And while the singer is so clearly destined for big things in this clip, it is seriously bizarre watching a young Lucy Watson and pre-baby Binky Felstead awkwardly dancing to Lizzo.

If you told us we would ever see these three in a room together, we would never believe you.

Even Jamie Laing made a guest appearance in the crowd and we’re guessing the Strictly star will be taking some tips from the singer following her incredible performance at Monday night’s VMAs.

The 31-year-old, real name Melissa Jefferson, was nominated for four awards including Best New Artist at the MTV award ceremony, and performed an incredible mash-up of her hits Good As Hell and Truth Hurts for the star-studded audience.

Delivering the performance of the night, the Texan musician danced her socks off in front of a giant pair of bum cheeks (that had us all reaching for our peach emojis) and swigging from a jewel-encrusted bottle of tequila.

Jamie, take note: this is the level of extra we expect to see during Blackpool week…

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