American Music Awards 2019: Lizzo's Extremely, Ridiculously Tiny Purse Steals Red Carpet

I'm crying cause I love you (tiny purse).

During the 2019 American Music Awards, Lizzo looked absolutely resplendent in her bright tangerine ruffled dress.

But it wasn't how glamorous she looked, it was the accessory she paired her outfit with that completely stole the show.

It was a tiny Valentino purse. And we mean this thing is tiny as hell.

2019 American Music Awards - Red Carpet
Lizzo and her purse, big enough to fit all her worries. Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for dcp.
That bag? It's 'Good as Hell'. Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for dcp.

Look at that thing. It's like Barbie's weekend bag. Who did she borrow that from? Stuart Little?



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According to Lizzo, the purse is just one of three custom creations but she told the red carpet reporters that the purse's size wasn't stopping her from bringing all the essentials.

"I got tampons in here, a flask of tequila... condoms," she joked. Well, we think she was joking because what kind of Thumbelina-sized flask could you even fit in there?

Rivalled in size by her own fingernails, Lizzo's tiny purse ignited the meme machine, with folks wondering what she could actually fit in her miniature carry-on.



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The bags are reminiscent of Jacquemus' bags shown at the autumn/winter show in Paris earlier this year when, once again, everyone's minds went straight to the memes.

Lizzo's one-of-three purse would probably cost a pretty penny, the Jacquemus versions retail between USD$258 --  to USD$500 which is a lot of money for a bag you can essentially fit a single olive in.

Within just a few hours of its debut, Lizzo's tiny bag got its own Twitter account.

Truly the bag we're using to carry all our worries into 2020.

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