Lizzo Dresses Up as the Fly on VP Mike Pence’s Head for Halloween

Lizzo has fans buzzing over her Halloween costume this year.

The 32-year-old singer took to Instagram on Saturday (Oct. 31) to share hilarious photos of herself dressed as the pesky fly sitting on top of Mike Pence’s head during the vice presidential debate in early October.

“FLYYYYY AF!” Lizzo captioned the photo, which shows her crouching atop the VP’s perfect head of white hair.

In another post, the “Truth Hurts” singer shared a video of herself seductively dancing as the winged insect in front of a zoomed-in photo from Pence during his intense debate with Senator Kamala Harris.

“I voted for Biden,” she captioned the video.

Check out some more of our favorites Halloween costumes from 2020 here.

What’s The Best Latin Collaboration of October 2020? Vote!

October has officially come to an end, but if there’s one thing we will remember the month for, it’s the wave of new Latin music fans received in the past 31 days.

Becky G dropped her collaboration with Ozuna, Thalia teamed up with Farina and Sofia Reyes, Bad Bunny and Jhay Cortez surprised fans with another collab, and Sech closes the month with his spooky reggaeton with J Balvin, to name a few.

We’re highlighting all of the collaborations featured on our weekly First Stream Latin playlist or throughout the month on Billboard, and asking readers to vote for their favorite one.

Last month, Lele Pons and Guaynaa nabbed the title with “Se Te Nota.” Sebastian Yatra and Alvaro Diaz’s “A Donde Van” took the crown in August.

Who should win in October? Vote below!

Listen to the Ultimate Day of the Dead Playlist: Angela Aguilar, Carlos Rivera & More

Day of the Dead, celebrated Nov. 1-2, is one of the oldest traditions in Mexico, when the community commemorates the deceased with offerings, altars and more.

Often associated with sugar skulls, visits to the graveyards and colorful altars, it’s believed that people return from the dead to coexist with their loved ones and celebrate life after death on these dates.

As tradition holds, altars are placed in family homes or at graveyards and are decorated with orange Cempasúchil flowers known as “las flores de los muertos.” A photo of the late loved one, their belongings, food (such as pan de muerto and buñuelos) and a cup of water that signifies purity are also placed on the altar.

In honor of Day of the Dead, Spotify curated the ultimate playlist, including more than 100 songs fit for the holiday.

From Angela Aguilar’s “Llorona” to Julieta Venega’s “Mis Muertos,” to Carlos Rivera’s “Recuerdame,” and beyond, listen to it below.