Lizzo Bought Lunch For ER Staff Working Around The Clock During Coronavirus Pandemic

Lizzo is well known for bringing joy into our lives, so it's no surprise the "Truth Hurts" recording artist quietly donated food to medical staff this week.

On Tuesday, the University of Washington tweeted thanks to Lizzo after she donated lunches to the team at their medical centre.

But she wasn't done there, the "Good As Hell" rapper lived up to her hit track's title sending the University of Minnesota Medical Center's M Health Fairview who similarly tweeted out their gratitude.



Steve Carell And John Krasinski Reunite In Isolation To Celebrate The Office's 15th Anniversary

In the first episode of his new show Some Good News, John Krasinski invited his good mate and co-star for an isolation reunion.



Quarantunes: How Celebrities Are Trying To Ease Fans' Coronavirus Anxieties

Actors, comedians and musicians around the world are putting their talents to good use amidst the COVID-19 outbreak.

Other deliveries popped up at the Vanderbilt University Medical Centre and the Henry Ford Hospital -- to name just a few more -- with Lizzo leaving a video message of thanks to the first responders.

"Thank you so much for being the heroes in this story," she said in the short message, "we're staying inside and we're praying and thinking of you every single day."



Good As Hell Lizzo Spotted Helping Australia's Bushfire Victims

Lizzo has shown she’s legit ‘Good As Hell’, with the superstar taking a break from tour life to pack food hampers for bushfire victims.

This isn't the first time Lizzo has used her platform to lend a charitable hand. In January the three-time Grammy Award winner took time out from her Aussie tour to pack food hampers for bushfire-affected families in Melbourne.

Feature image: Twitter.