Lizzo turns heads in a pair of red flared trousers and a matching fringe vest as she attends this year's YouTube Brandcast in NYC

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Lizzo looked ready to rock as she attended the 2022 YouTube Brandcast held at the Imperial Theatre in New York City on Tuesday.

The Grammy Award-winner, 34, strutted her stuff on the event's red carpet in a pair of red lace-up flares.

The groovy trousers had red fringe running down the sides as well as a patchwork design made of sequin-adorned and suede fabrics.

Star power: Lizzo looked ready to rock as she attended the 2022 YouTube Brandcast held at the Imperial Theatre in New York City on Tuesday

Lizzo paired them with a matching vest layered over a red tie-dye tee.

She finished off her ensemble with a pair of 

The Truth Hurts hitmaker's curly raven hair cascaded down her back and chest as she posed for shutterbugs ahead of her performance.

She rocked face of bold stage-worthy makeup, consisting of a colorful eyeshadow look, a generous amount of vibrant red blush and mauve lipstick.

Groovy: The Grammy Award-winner, 34, strutted her stuff on the event's red carpet in a pair of red lace-up flares. The groovy trousers had red fringe running down the sides as well as a patchwork design made of sequin-adorned and suede fabrics

After a striking a pose or two on the red carpet, which featured funky black and white tile flooring, Lizzo made her way inside to prepare for her set.

The Juice singer had the crowd cheering as she performed a number of her biggest hits, including her recently released track About Damn Time.

She was joined on stage by a troupe of dancers, who were decked out in red spandex jumpsuits and silver shrugs. 

Showtime: After a striking a pose or two on the red carpet, which featured funky black and white tile flooring, Lizzo made her way inside to prepare for her set. The Juice singer had the crowd cheering as she performed a number of her biggest hits, including her recently released track About Damn Time

Dance crew: She was joined on stage by a troupe of dancers, who were decked out in red spandex jumpsuits and silver shrugs

Before making her appearance at Tuesday's event in the Big Apple, Lizzo was captured arriving to the Imperial Theatre in a black SUV.

The door slid open and she carefully stepped down onto the street.

With the COVID-19 pandemic still at large, Lizzo kept her mouth and nose concealed with a bright orange face mask.

Arrival: Before making her appearance at Tuesday's event in the Big Apple, Lizzo was captured arriving to the Imperial Theatre in a black SUV. With the COVID-19 pandemic still at large, Lizzo kept her mouth and nose concealed with a bright orange face mask

Clearly eager to show off her vocals, Lizzo scurried towards the theater entrance with her entourage in tow.

Also in attendance at this year's YouTube Brandcast was fellow Grammy Award-winner Jon Batiste.

The 35-year-old musician oozed confidence in a black turtleneck top and a pair of fitted black trousers.

Swagger: Also in attendance at this year's YouTube Brandcast was fellow Grammy Award-winner Jon Batiste

Style: The 35-year-old musician oozed confidence in a black turtleneck top and a pair of fitted black trousers

He accessorized with a silver chain necklace and slipped his feet into a pair of black loafers styled with white socks.

The Freedom hitmaker struck several playful poses for shutterbugs before treating his fans to a performance.

Representing the YouTube platform was YouTube beauty guru Patrick Starrr, who wowed in a red showgirl inspired getup complete with a bedazzled leotard and a dramatic feather headdress. 

Represent! Representing the YouTube platform was YouTube beauty guru Patrick Starrr, who wowed in a red showgirl inspired getup complete with a bedazzled leotard and a dramatic feather headdress

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