Lizzo teases swimwear launch while rocking crystal Yitty bikini

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Watch out Skims Swim: It sounds like Lizzo might be the next celeb entering the swimwear game.

Lizzo wowed fans over the weekend when she posed in a sparkling purple bikini (and matching lavender hair) on Instagram, but what got social media even more excited was her hinting about launching a swimwear line.

“YALL… @yitty surprised me w a early B-day gift…….. A CUSTOM YITTY SWIMSUIT. SHOULD I DO A SWIMLINE ???” she posted, showing off a series of photos of her posing in a crystal-covered thong bikini.

“Yesss pleaseeee!! #YittySwim is needed for all the big girls,” one fan commented, while another added “please do a swimsuit line with some support! I tired of the girls going every damn where!”

The Grammy-winning singer, who turns 33 on Wednesday, showed off bottom-skimming, mermaid-like purple waves in the Instagram snaps and a video, twerking along a giant sign spelling out the name of her shapewear line, Yitty.

If Yitty Swim came to fruition it wouldn’t be the first celebrity shapewear line to venture into bathing suit territory; Kim Kardashian’s Skims Swim launched this spring.

Lizzo’s itsy bitsy bikini moment follows her surprise Coachella performance over the weekend, joining Harry Styles on stage to sing a cover of Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive” along with One Direction’s “What Makes You Beautiful.”

The “Truth Hurts” singer rocked out on stage with Styles in matching fabulous feathered Gucci coats, later posting a video sharing that “His team is incredible— and baby them Gucci coats….?!?? Thank you H, like u said ‘until next time.’”

As for that swimwear line, we have an inkling fans will be feeling “Good as Hell” in their Yitty bikinis one day soon.

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