Lizzo flaunts cleavage and booty in tiny bodysuit to mark 6 months of vegan diet

US singer Lizzo has proudly taken to Tik Tok to mark six months on a vegan diet as she unleashed her curves in a sizzling thong bodysuit.

The Juice hitmaker shared a short video making what looks like a stale donut poundcake milkshake.

She is then seen "making a vegan protein shake" wearing a raunchy thong bodysuit, which she paired with a sleek wig.

The songstress flaunted her round bottom in floral patterned outfit as she documented her vegan journey.

She explained: "This was after a whirlwind tour and year.

"And after being seven years vegetarian, going back to eating all animal products."

The video then cut to a more recent Lizzo "making a vegan protein shake", as he continued to proudly describe her transformation.

She said: "Honestly, I am both of these women, and I cannot condemn one woman or the other.

"I'm happy both ways, and right now, this is what's bringing me joy."

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"This is me at the beginning of quarantine," she said as images of her dancing and singing in the kitchen in her underwear were seen.

"Happy. Loving myself. Dancing", she said.

Lizzo added: "And you know what? I'm still that happy girl, loving myself, and loving my body.

"Love yourself at all stages in your life, because you are who you are."

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Earlier this week the outgoing songstress has been offered a cool $50,000 (£38,650) to become the face of adult webcam company Stripchat.

Bosses at the adults-only company are keen to get the buxom starlet to live-stream on the platform to celebrate National Curvy Day on October 10.

Bosses hope that, with Lizzo's involvement, they can further the discussion about how to normalise bigger-bodied individuals.

Throughout her career, Lizzo has shown off her curves in skimpy outfits, attracting legions of fans for her confidence and glittering good looks.

In an open letter to the Good As Hell singer, Max Bennett, Vice President of New Media for Stripchat wrote: "You have become a household name for exhibiting extreme confidence in who you are.

"For years, beauty standards were based off of a singular body type without taking into account how beauty comes in all colours, shapes and sizes.

"Role models like you have shown confidence in your body and promoted inclusivity for people around the world to come together and show off their figures."

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