Lizzo shows off famous curves in sultry bikini in display of body confidence

Good As Hell singer Lizzo set pulses racing after she was seen sporting a grey bikini set on Instagram.

The 33-year-old turned the heat all the way up and was proud of her curves as she flaunted her figure in several sultry snaps.

In one snap, Lizzo, who had a fully made-up face, posed seductively with one hand on her hip and her toes pointed.

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In another close-up shot, the Boys’ singer pouted her lips and left little to the imagination as her ample assets were in frame.

Accentuating her features with makeup, the Good As Hell and Truth Hurts hitmaker accessorised the look with a glistening bracelet.

In her caption, body-confident Lizzo urged fans to make the slew of snaps their screensaver writing: "New background unlocked."

Lizzo’s fans immediately rushed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the post.

One person wrote: “She’s amazing I feel good every time I see her no matter what mood I’m in.”

Another shared: “Gurrrrl I’m loving your confidence didn’t give a damn who says what. People always telling women to love themselves, be proud no matter your weight or skin colour then those same people got something negative to say when you loving you.”

Lizzo recently found herself in hot water over her new single GRRRLS, which contained a lyric in which she used an ableist slur.

In the original version of the number, the offending lyric came after the line: "Hold my bag, b****, hold my bag. Do you see this s***?"

Fans of the 34-year-old called on the singer to apologise for using the term within the song after highlighting the derogatory language.

Since then, the Good As Hell hitmaker thanked fans for flagging the harmful word and stated that she “never use hurtful words intentionally”.

The star then told her 12million Instagram followers she was proud to share that the lyric has now been changed.

In her response she wrote: “Let me make one thing clear: I never want to promote derogatory language.

"As a fat black woman in America, I’ve had many hurtful words used against me so I overstand the power words can have.”

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