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Lizzo Brought Harry Styles on Stage for 'Juice' and It Was Beautiful

Lizzo Brought Harry Styles on Stage for 'Juice' and It Was Beautiful

Lizzo Brought Harry Styles on Stage for 'Juice' and It Was Beautiful

Release a whole album of this, ASAP!

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Nothing warms a heart quite like two music icons joining together for a powerhouse duet. And that’s sure as heck what we got when Harry Styles joined Lizzo for a live performance of her hit song “Juice” last week in Miami.

A month ago, Styles gave a performance of the Lizzo hit as part of BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge series. It was immediately noted as much for its unexpectedness as for the enthusiasm and talent the former One Directioner brings to everything he does.

But no one out-Lizzos Lizzo, and as much as we all enjoyed Harry’s cover, the only way to make it better would have been if the two singers were to join forces and blame it on the juice together.

Fans at Lizzo’s show at The Filmore Miami Beach were the lucky bastards who got to see the probably-one-time-only collaboration live.

“I wanna end it on a high note. Who wants 'Juice'?” Lizzo asked as the concert came to a close. The song started playing, audience none the wiser, when she put a stop to it for one more special announcement—

“Hold up. I need to bring someone out.”

It’s a duet that we need released on Spotify, stat, followed by a whole album of Lizzo ft. Harry Styles, immediately, please.

And as enjoyable as the song itself is, probably the best part is watching how much fun these two music giants are having performing with one another. Sometimes its the collabs you’d never think of offhand that turn out to be the best ones.

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Rachel Kiley

Rachel Kiley is presumably a writer and definitely not a terminator. She can usually be found crying over queerbaiting in the Pitch Perfect franchise or on Twitter, if not both.

Rachel Kiley is presumably a writer and definitely not a terminator. She can usually be found crying over queerbaiting in the Pitch Perfect franchise or on Twitter, if not both.