Lizzo Gets the Audience on Their Feet with ‘Juice’

Lizzo Gets the Audience on Their Feet with ‘Juice’


Rolling Stone called
our next guest “an artist you need to know.” Here to perform “Juice” for
the first time on television, please welcome Lizzo. [APPLAUSE] [MUSIC – LIZZO – “JUICE”] Mirror, mirror, on the
wall, don’t say it. ‘Cause I know I’m cute. Ooh, baby. Ooh, looking good. Louis down to my drawers,
LV all over my shoes. Ooh, baby. Hair toss, check my nails. That’s right. I be dripping so much sauce,
got to be looking like Ragu. Ooh, baby. Lit up like a crystal ball,
that’s cool, baby so is you. This is how I roll. If I’m shining,
everybody going to shine! I was born like this,
don’t even got to try. Take it low I’m like chardonnay,
get better. over time. So you know. Heard you say I’m not the
baddest, ooh, you lie. It ain’t my fault that I’m
out here getting loose. Got to blame it on the Goose,
Got to blame it on my juice. It ain’t my fault that
I’m out here making news. I’m the pudding in the proof. Got to blame it on my juice,
ya, ya-ee, ya, ya-ee, ya, ya-ee. Blame it on my juice,
blame it, blame it, on my juice, ya, ya-ee. [CHEERING] Blame it on my juice, blame
it, blame it on my juice. No, I”m not a snack at all. Look, baby, I’m the
whole danged meal. Ooh, baby. David, you ain’t being slick. Don’t dare try to cop a feel. The juice ain’t worth
a squeeze if the juice don’t look like this. Like this. Like this. Hold up, Ellen, please, don’t
make me take your trick. This is how I roll. If I’m shining,
everybody going to shine. Yeah, I’m goals. I was born like this,
don’t even got to try. Now you know. I’m like chardonnay,
get better over time. So you know. Heard you say I’m
not the baddest. You lie. It ain’t my fault that I’m
out here getting loose. Got to blame it on the Goose. Got to blame it
on my juice, baby. It ain’t my fault that
I’m out here making news. I’m the pudding in the proof. Got to blame it on my juice. Ya, ya-ee. Ya, ya! Ya, ya-ee. ya, ya-ee, ya, ya-ee. Blame it on my juice. Blame it, blame it on my juice. Ya, ya-ee. Ya, ya-ee. Ya, ya-ee, ya, ya-ee. Blame it on my juice! Blame it, blame it on my juice! OK? Somebody come get this man. I think he got lost in my DMs. What? My DMs. What? You better come get your man. I think he want to be
way more than friends. What? More than friends. What you want me to say? [FLUTE SOLO] It ain’t my fault– No, it ain’t, yeah. –got to blame it
on my juice, baby. It ain’t my fault that
I’m out here making news. I’m the pudding in the proof. Got to blame it
on my juice, yeah. Ya, ya! Ya, ya-ee, ya, ya-ee. Blame it on my juice. Go and blame it on my juice. Ya, ya-ee. Ya, ya-ee! Yeah. Blame it on my juice. Blame it on it, yeah. [APPLAUSE] Thank you. Go to Spotify to hear
more music from Lizzo. We’ll be back.

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  1. I really love her CONFIDENCE and what she wears.Thats really awesome and thats what I love about her, she is show that all sizes doesn't matter you can wear what ever you want and what you like even if you are Skinny or Plus size it don't even matter ❤️❤️❤️ And her voice is so beautiful ❤️❤️

  2. I love how Lizzo works the choreography but knows not to do to much because she’ll get out of breath like we saw with 5th harmony. She slayed this song

  3. Lizzo representing real women and hiring real body types. Can you imagine a little girl who doesn’t have a “models” body type seeing Lizzo on the TV? She is breaking barriers left and right.

  4. I now finally know what I want to be for the rest of my life….a back up dancer for Lizzo. I will do whatever I need to do to make this happen.

  5. All those skinny blondies in the audience with their judgemental faces is funny and sad. How long before women understand supporting each other is the only way to achieve gender equality?

  6. I have watched many of her live performances of “Juice,” and this one is my favourite rendition. Perhaps because of her energetic choreography and the live flute solo flawlessly integrated in the bridge? Nonetheless, all her performances are awesome! I am glad that I have discovered her music. 😊

  7. I’ve heard her name on Wendy Williams show but had never heard her sing. I was definitely missing out. Not only is she beautiful and talented, she’s exactly what this world needs. Confidence in ones identity. As several on here said, these audience didn’t deserve her.

  8. I would give anything to dance with lizzo she is my favorite she makes me feel comfortable about my size I love her

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