July 19, 2021 | 1:28pm

Lizzo’s small bags are primed for a big return.

Two years after her comically tiny tote stole the show at the 2019 AMAs, the pop star, 33, is introducing the internet to another pint-sized purse.

Lizzo posed for a series of Instagram photos on Sunday, carrying a tiny Fendi bag that fit perfectly in the palm of her hand.

She paired the micro purse with a bold beauty look, featuring “slime green” hair hair extensions and eyeshadow along with her new bleached-blond brows.

Lizzo’s outfit was comparatively casual, with the Grammy winner keeping things simple in a white crop top, patchwork jeans and sneakers.

Fans zeroed in on her bag, of course, heralding the return of the “Truth Hurts” hitmaker’s passion for itty-bitty bags.

Lizzo with a tiny purse
Lizzo’s bag was small enough to fit on her finger.
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“TINY PURSE TINY PURSE,” one commented, while another added, “You the queen of these mini bags!”

And while Lizzo once jokingly claimed to fit everything from a bottle of wine to a TV remote in her beloved mini totes, one commenter suggested turning it into a snack pack, quipping, “shiiiiii fit an emergency chicken nugget in da purse.”

Although her latest luxury accessory can’t accurately be called a carryall, it’s certainly more spacious than the original. Her latest take on the trend appears to be able to fit a credit card, at least, while the original she toted at the AMAs was roughly the size of an AirPods case.

Lizzo in an orange dress with a tiny purse
Lizzo walked the 2019 AMAs red carpet with a mini bag, sparking a series of memes.
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That pint-sized purse – a collaboration between Valentino and Obvious Plant – spawned a larger-than-life social media reaction back in 2019, even earning its own parody Twitter account.

At the time, Lizzo quipped that the mini bag was “big enough for my f—ks to give.” One fan instead compared the bag to the size of their “bank account,” while another tweeted, “I can’t believe Lizzo carried my self-esteem on the AMAs red carpet.”

When it comes to social media fame, the “Good As Hell” singer’s got it in the bag.