Dua Lipa has become a household name in the entertainment industry. Although her rise to fame began in 2017 or so, her best selling hits occurred after releasing her 2020 album “Future Nostalgia”, earning her a whopping 6 Grammy nominations.
At 25-years-old Dua has dominated the pop-charts with music heavily inspired by classic pop hits, and she carries a public image that is winning hearts internationally.
She just made the cover of Vogue Magazine for February 2021, and she is the host of the latest “Vogue U” video on YouTube.
Had someone shared that Dua would be seen wearing what has to be one of the largest and flamboyant outfits she’s ever put on, they probably would have been ridiculed. Yet the news is now catching up after reeling from the sight of seeing her put on what she is calling a “work bubble” outfit.
Comprised of pink fluff and a whole lot of stuffing, this is one costume no one could have imagined.
Then again, few anticipated she would have been performing a duet with provocative music artist Miley Cyrus either.
As mentioned in previous articles, her ability to attract younger fans and more mature listeners is quite astounding. It must be attributed to her music, really. Her songs can sometimes carry a sensual message, yet the lyrics of her music are often girly enough to insinuate a certain innocent connotation.
Her songs “Don’t Start Now”, and “Break My Heart” have music videos that remind the viewer of Miley’s younger days, combining a teenage-bop feel, while retaining a sex-appeal that can’t be missed.
Here are just a few of the comments that Dua has received on her poofy pink post that continues to gain media attention:
“Fluffy queen ❤️?❤️?❤️?” (Commentator) “is this ur grammys look” (Commentator) “You are so cute☺️?” (Commentator) “Human pompón” (Commentator) “Bon bon ? but make it fashion ?” (Commentator) “a pom-pom but make it fashion” (Commentator) “YOU’RE SO CUTEEEEE✨???” (Commentator) “OMG SO PRETTY QUEEN?” (Commentator) “Dua Lipa aka your freestyle dance teacher ?” (Commentator)
Dua has also shared some fascinating details about her upcoming projects in a recent interview.
Dua is a pretty happy person, enjoying a romantic relationship with a boyfriend, consistently working on music, videos, and other endeavors. Yet she told Vogue in her latest interview that she generally creates songs about heartbreak or sadness to avoid making music that would sound “cheesy”.
“I wanted to write songs that were more sad, more about heartbreak, because I thought that writing happy songs would turn into cheesy songs. I had to fight that because I was like, ‘I am happy. I deserve to be happy.’ I should be able to write about that without the fear of feeling like I’m compromising my authenticity because I’m not crying about something or someone.”