WATCH: Lizzo Hilariously FaceTimes A Fan's Ex Live On Stage

By Rebekah Gonzalez

October 3, 2022

Photo: Rachel Kaplan for iHeartRadio

Lizzo FaceTimed an audience member's ex live on stage during her recent show at Madison Square Garden. The hilarious moment was captured and posted to Twitter by @msEmilyMcCombs, who explained in the caption, "Tonight at the concert Lizzo took a girl from the audience’s cell phone and called her ex live onstage at Madison Square Garden to ask him why he missed his chance at a bad bitch." In the video, Lizzo can be seen holding up a phone that has the image of a shocked man wearing glasses.

After getting the woman's name, Lizzo tells the man on the phone, "Brittany is my homegirl, okay? And she told me what's going on, homegirl to homegirl. So, what's the f---ing deal? You about to miss out on a bad b---h or what?"

The crowd at Madison Square Garden erupted into cheers as Lizzo pointed the phone toward them and laughed. "He looks mad as hell," she laughed before singing to the man, "Looking mad as hell" to the tune of her hit 2016 song "Good as Hell."

After getting an incoherent response from him, Lizzo then asked, "Can you shake your a---?" The crowd started to boo the man on the FaceTime call when he took a while to respond and eventually started chanting "shake your a--!" Lizzo then turned to Brittany in the crowd and advised, "If he won't shake his a--, break up, girl."

The camera at the show then cuts back to the man on the phone but what he does next can't be seen because there's a glare on the screen. It doesn't really matter though because Lizzo then shouts, "You took too long, b---h. Bye!" before hanging up.

The hilarious interaction took place on Sunday, October 2nd, during the first of Lizzo's two shows at Madison Square Garden in New York on her The Special Tour.

Photo: Rachel Kaplan for iHeartRadio
Photo: Rachel Kaplan for iHeartRadio
Photo: Rachel Kaplan for iHeartRadio
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