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September 22, 2019

Older Man Jams to Lizzo's 'Truth Hurts' at a Jonas Brothers Penn State Concert

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Be among the million viewers who watched this heartwarming clip! An elderly man is seen dancing and singing along to Lizzo's "Truth Hurts" at a Jonas Brothers Penn State Concert. 

A clip that appeared on twitter depicts a man old enough to be someone's dad singing and bumping to Lizzo's "Truth Hurts" is making netizens' hearts croon.

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As reported by The Grio, the adorable clip first appeared on the TiKTok Twitter page.

The DJ at the Jonas Brothers concert at Penn State was trying to get the audience pumped up before the actual show began. When Lizzo's popular song came on, nobody could hold themselves back. 

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The unidentified man went all out, as he turned up to the melody of the chart-topping Billboard hit and dances on the beat. The bald man moved his body like he was born for it! He even sang a few lyrics of the catchy tune with enthusiasm.

A video as heartwarming as this deserves a million views it has accumulated. It even gained the attention of the "Truth Hurts" crooner.

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Lizzo praised the older man, who seems to be in his 50s or 60s, as reported by the Daily Mail, she tweeted, stating her lyrics, that:

"AN EXAMPLE OF MEN BEING GREAT WHEN ITS TIME TO BE GREAT"

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Some of the comments included, as published By The Grio:

“When I say ‘not all men’ I mean this specific guy,” 

“Flip your hair back, my dude, and check your nails,”

“As you get older, you realize you evolve in other ways, but the turn up stays the same,”

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Lizzo's song has been the rave of the internet with prominent names like Rihanna, Hillary Clinton, Beyoncé, and also, Cookie Monster, as noted by Tampa Bay. Her recently sold-out concert goes to show that she's indeed amazing!

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