Lizzo has had a busy past few months, but seeing as how she's in everyone's speakers these days, this should come as no surprise. There's one thing the star always has time for, and that's showing off her Houston girl pride! Last night, Lizzo was in the company of fellow Houstonian, Normani, and the girls took the opportunity to get a picture together and shoutout the city that made them who they are today!\nDuring what we can only assume was press after her appearance at Tampa's Jingle Ball, Lizzo ran into fellow star Normani, and they took to Instagram to show it off.\nLizzo captioned the photo of her and Normani with "Houston girls thick, fine and pretty" and we couldn't agree more.\nLizzo | Instagram Story\nThe photo above is a screenshot from Lizzo's Instagram story, where the artists look like two peas in a pod.\nThough Normani wasn't born in the great state of Texas, she moved there when she was young and grew into her stardom from Houston.\nNormani isn't shy of her roots, specifically on Instagram, and this isn't her first time her true Texan colors have shown on social media.\nWhen we say Whataburger is better than any other burger joint, just know that we have Queen Normani to back us up.\nView this post on Instagram I had to 🧡 A post shared by Normani (@normani) on May 17, 2019 at 6:09pm PDT\nIt is not unknown for artist Lizzo to shout out Houston girls specifically, and we're hoping to get so much more great content from her and her fellow Texan stars.\nThe singer and rapper sported a full Gucci outfit topped with a cowboy hat to show off her Texan pride. She looked incredible on the red carpet with her stunning confidence and sly smile.\nLizzo | Instagram Story\nA Lizzo and Normani collab is something we have yet to see, but it's something that we're dying to. If they mentioned H-Town in one of their songs, we'd probably lose it.\nMaybe Beyonce could squeeze herself in there, seeing as she's a Houston native as well.\nLizzo has already taken the world by storm, and we see her continuing to do so for many more years to come.\nWhether she's in the company of Normani, Beyonce, her fans, or her awards, she's killing it!\nSay it with us, 2020 is The Year of Lizzo.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityUSA on Twitter and Instagram.