Over the past few days, there has been news of celebrities donating big bucks to the Australian Bushfire Relief fund.
Elton John, Kacey Musgraves and Metallica have all given money to help the people and animals who have had their lives destroyed by the terrible wildfires ravaging parts of the country.
However, none of them have rolled their sleeves up and got stuck in like Lizzo has.
The 'Good as Hell' star - who recently quit Twitter - proved that she is, indeed, good as hell as she took time out of her Australian tour to pack food hampers for victims.
She was pictured at Melbourne Food Bank with volunteers, telling them that they were doing 'important work' for their community. Various pictures of her visit made their way online.
She also urged people attending her recent Sydney gig to donate, saying in an Instagram Live video at the weekend: "I’m urging everyone who comes to my show tonight to donate to the firefighters, to the koala sanctuaries, the Australia red cross and just to people who lost their house.
"I’m a firm believer in all of us being connected and all of us part of this planet, and a global citizen. Moving into 2020, I just want to be really vigilant about the way the earth is moving. People who want to politicize climate change, just get away from my mentions. Unfollow me, don’t look at me, just pretend I’m blocked. Cause it’s not about that for me, I don’t understand how nature can be a political issue. You don’t have to be the most intelligent scientist in the world to notice that temperatures have changed.”
— pizza. (@ImPizzaT) January 8, 2020
#Lizzo came to @FoodbankVic to thank #Donors and enthuse #volunteers to keep supporting #BushFireCrisisAustralia 🙌🏻 🙌🏻🎶🎵 @FoodbankAus @3AW693 @Channel7 @Channel9 @NRWNetwork What an Inspiration @Kate_Jenkins_ pic.twitter.com/VTBw0PjYoo
— Dorothy Coombe (@dorothy_coombe) January 8, 2020
We had the one and only Lizzo helping us sort and pack hampers in the warehouse today! If you'd like to join Lizzo in supporting the bushfire crisis, visit https://t.co/aDyjFTSsLE 💜 pic.twitter.com/J5Nn0oyyod
— Foodbank Victoria (@FoodbankVic) January 8, 2020