Lizzo shared glamorous snaps from her trip to Tokyo, Japan on Wednesday.
The 35-year-old songstress appeared to be keeping her mind off the serious allegations against her as she showed off her new jellyfish-inspired wig with dyed hot pink tips.
In her new Instagram update, she showed off a striking outfit, custom from Buerlangma, featuring a cropped bandeau top and wide-leg pants.
Her ensemble was ornate in an eye-catching metallic pink, silver and red suede design.
The Truth Hurts hitmaker — who plans to countersue her former dancers over their lawsuit and claims of sexual harassment — also shared a clip of herself moving her head side-to-side and watching her hair bounce.
New hair: Lizzo, 35, shared glamorous snaps from her trip to Tokyo, Japan on Wednesday, where she showed off her new jellyfish-inspired wig with dyed hot pink tips
In her captions, she referred to herself as ‘Lizzo-San’ and tagged her hairstylist, Shelbeniece Swain, writing: ‘The bob is bobbing’.
To finish off her look, the Yitty Shapewear founder also rocked a shiny, silver statement necklace from KWK by KAYKWOK.
For makeup, she sported a light and dewy glam featuring a taupe smokey eye and a nude glossy lip.
The series of photos were from a trip she had taken to Tokyo earlier this month as she was seen enjoying some retail therapy in Beverly Hills the day before.
This comes amid her ongoing lawsuit as her former dancers are suing her over claims of sexual harassment and creating a toxic workplace environment.
She has vehemently denied the allegations against her and is reportedly planning to countersue.
Her former dancers — including Crystal Williams, Noelle Rodriguez, and Arianna Davis — had accused Lizzo of pressuring them to touch nude performers at a club in Amsterdam and detailed claims of weight shaming.
In documents exclusively obtained by DailyMail.com, the dancers had signed on to continue touring with Lizzo despite the alleged incidents.
Chic: The singer showed off her new link via Instagram snaps as well as a TikTok video, where she was seen in a striking outfit, featuring a cropped bandeau top and wide-leg pants
Bright! Her ensemble was ornate in an eye-catching metallic pink, silver and red suede design
Bob: In her captions, she referred to herself as ‘Lizzo-San’ and tagged her hairstylist, Shelbeniece Swain, writing: ‘The bob is bobbing’
The three former back-up dancers have branded the star’s plans to counter-sue an ‘insidious attempt at intimation.’
Attorney Ron Zambrano, who represents the three accusers, told DailyMail.com in a statement: ‘Lizzo’s threat to countersue for malicious prosecution is an insidious attempt at intimidation and delivers a chilling effect to all harassment victims in the workplace.
‘The scare tactics, bullying and victim shaming coming from Lizzo’s team is exactly the behavior employees face in the entertainment industry who feel they have no choice but to ‘suck it up’ for access and success.
‘Lizzo is trying to scare others from coming forward following the predictable path of promising a second trauma heaped upon them if they have the nerve to speak out. Her team is merely trying to suppress the truth and hide her hypocrisy of publicizing her brand as one of empowerment and body positivity while privately depriving women of their empowerment.
‘Lizzo certainly isn’t empowering women by way of her threats, rather she is disenfranchising them, but this lawsuit isn’t just about her. This sort of behavior is pervasive in the entertainment industry.
‘That doesn’t make it right, and it’s still illegal. The entire point of employment law is to enable victims to speak freely without fear of intimidation, a nuance wholly missed by Lizzo and her team who have comfortably slipped into the ‘you’re the problem, not me’ script.’
He added: ‘Lizzo is emblematic of the overall issue with harassers and abusers who try to silence their accusers. To all victims, we assure you that you no longer have to remain silent. Fight back.
Neama Rahmani, also acting for the three plaintiffs, added: ‘Singer has no legal grounds to countersue on behalf of Lizzo, and by doing so, he would actually have to step inside a courtroom and expose his client and her lies to cross-examination at trial.
‘We have mountains of evidence and more people coming forward each day independently supporting the plaintiffs’ allegations.
Drama: Lizzo is planning to countersue three of her former back-up dancers who are currently suing her over claims of sexual harassment
Former backing dancers Crystal, Noelle and Arianna are are accusing the Grammy-winner of sexual and racial harassment and creating a hostile work environment (pictured posing with topless dancers at the Crazy Horse cabaret in Paris on March 5 2023)
Earlier this month, DailyMail.com revealed she was dropped from Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show consideration as a result of the accusations.
Lizzo has labeled the allegations ‘sensationalized stories’ that are ‘as unbelievable as they sound and too outrageous to not be addressed’.
Her attorney Marty Singer’s critique comes after Lizzo received a show of support from her Big Grrrl and Big Boiii dance troupes — who took to Instagram with a joint statement defending her.
‘We have had the time of our lives on The Special Tour,’ their post read. ‘We have been so honored to share the stage with such amazing talent. This tour experience has been beyond just #Special!’