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Lizzo brings Macaulay Culkin on stage

The ‘Home Alone’ star does the sprinkler.

At a recent stop on her Cuz I Love You Too tour, Lizzo brought Home Alone star Macaulay Culkin onstage and the crowd went crazy.

In an Instagram posted to the actor’s account, Culkin can be seen entering the stage to meet Lizzo and her backup singers. Lizzo, dressed in a gold jumpsuit, and her singers, wearing glittery leotards, prompt Culkin to dance with them, which leads him to attempt the sprinkler dance move.

“When @lizzobeeating asks you to do a silly dance...” he captioned the video. “You get up there and do a silly dance.”

The “Juice” singer extended her sold-out North American tour, adding that the tickets “sold out so damn fast” on an Instagram post. The Cuz I Love You Too Tour will run through the end of October.

Lizzo’s sold-out shows are only a factor of her success this year. Her single “Truth Hurts” has remained at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for a historic seven weeks, tying with Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy,” featuring Charli XCX, for the longest reigning rap song by a female artist. Other female rappers that have led the chart include Cardi B with “Bodak Yellow” and “I Like It,” Lauryn Hill with “Doo Wop (That Thing)” and Shawnna with “Stand Up” featuring Ludacris.

Although a chart-topper, Lizzo’s “Truth Hurts” has also gotten her into some hot water. The Houston-bred singer was recently accused of plagiarizing the hit for the second time by previous collaborators Justin and Jeremiah Raisen. The producers claimed Lizzo stole elements of a 2017 song called “Healthy,” which they co-wrote with her, in “Truth Hurts.”

She is also at the center of a another copyright infringement accusation for her hit “Juice.” ‘90s singer Cece Peniston accused Lizzo of using her ad-libs from her 1992 song “Finally” in the new record. The accusation was made on Instagram, where Peniston shared side-by-side clips of both songs, citing the comparison revealed “a clear example of #copyrightinfringement.”

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