If you thought your Squid Game costume was original, check out how Lizzo kicked off the Halloween weekend.
The three-time Grammy-winning singer dressed up as Grogu, aka Baby Yoda from The Mandalorian on Friday night (29 October). Watch her out and about in the amazing get-up below:
Her costume was so on point, she managed to walk around Hollywood Boulevard taking pictures with passersby who were none the wiser as to the legend underneath the green paint.
And you can see how she got away with it - as well as the body paint, the 'Good As Hell' star rocked a blonde wig, prosthetic ears, a full tan coat and a small heart-shaped green bag.
Although she had a lot of people fooled, it didn't take long before at least one fan was able to figure out her true identity.
The 33-year-old singer eventually moved onto Spotify's Ghost Town Halloween party in West Hollywood.
Once there, she took to the stage in her Baby Yoda get-up to sing her 2019 hit 'Truth Hurts', much to the delight of partygoers.
Finishing the performance with a mic drop, Lizzo gives a peace sign to the crowd, who cheered at the unexpected guest of honour.
Clips and photos of the hilarious stunt have gone viral, with the 'Rumours' singer playing up to the hype.
She captioned her video with: "GROGU TAKES HOLLYWOOD.
"GROGU JUST WANNA SAY... LAST NIGHT IF U SAW GROGU... NO YOU DIDNT."
In a separate post, which features a series of paparazzi-style photos of Lizzo's Baby Yoda, she wrote: "A representative from Grogu's publicity team has issued a statement regarding the paparazzi photos taken last night:
"'Grogu aka Baby Yoda aka The Child has no recollection of these events. In fact, these events never happened *jedi hand wave*'."
Yep, it looks like Lizzo won Halloween.
Let it be known that Lizzo is a huge Baby Yoga stan and, as reported by Page Six, she says she has the 'largest' collection of Grogu merch.
Speaking on the Elvis Duran and the Morning Show back in August, she said: "I have so many friggen' Baby Yoda's.
"I got one the size of me.... I don't know who's sending it at this point but I'm grateful."
Well, now she can add this photo series to the collection.
Words: Daisy Phillipson