If you don’t want to see Dua Lipa dancing with somebody, well good news you won’t.
The singer is currently down and out for the count due to laryngitis.
Dua revealed the unfortunate news on her Instagram story on Thursday, December 9.
Dua Lipa has laryngitis
The British pop star was due to perform at Z100’s iHeart Radio Jingle Ball in New York on December 10.
Sadly, she will be a ‘no-show’ and apologized to her fans.
Dua took to her Instagram Story writing, “As most of you know I’m currently suffering laryngitis and have been on vocal rest per my doctor’s orders. I was hoping for a faster recovery, but unfortunately, I’m still under the weather and unable to perform at the iHeartRadio Z100 Jingle Ball.”
She expressed her sincere disappointment.
“I’m extremely disappointed, I was really looking forward to kicking off the holiday season performing at this year’s Jingle Ball. I’m so sorry I won’t be there to celebrate the season with all my fans, but I hope you enjoy the rest of the amazing lineup for you all. Sending my love to you all,” she concluded.
Dua apologizes to fans for her absence from Jingle Ball
Ed Sheeran, the Jonas brothers, Doja Cat, Lil Nas X, Dixie D’Amelio and more are slated to perform during Friday’s show.
While Dua rests her vocal cords, she’s working overtime in the athletics department.
The signer’s collaboration with Puma will be released on December 18, and fans cannot get enough of the butterfly-embellished ‘90s-inspired look.
The line is called Flutur, which is the Albanian word for butterfly.
Dua’s Puma collaboration drops in less than 10 days and features iridescent butterfly motifs.
She’s been teasing the collaboration on social media for weeks and fans can expect shrunken baby T-shirts, a sneaker, and a hoodie from the first capsule, with more on the way throughout 2022.
Dua’s Puma collaboration is coming!
“For me, butterflies are more than just beautiful creatures,” Lipa said about the Flutur capsule. “They represent so much, like transformation, hope, and metamorphosis. Over the past year, the butterfly has become especially symbolic and meaningful to me.”
Pieces from the collection will range from $30 – $110 range from, and be available online at www.puma.com.