Dua Lipa is proudly representing her home country Kosovo and was recently awarded by the nation’s president for her exemplification worldwide.
The prominent songstress was beyond grateful for the opportunity as she took to Instagram to pen her appreciation in an awe-inspiring message, promising to continue being an exemplary figure.
Dua Lipa Gets Awarded Title Of Honorary Ambassador Of Kosovo
Not long ago, Lipa uploaded a seven photos post showing her in most and featuring the Madame President of Kosovo, Vjosa Osmani, and her latest honorary ambassadorial award.
The first snap displayed the English songwriter standing close to the head of state with both women beaming at the camera and posing in front of a fireplace.
Lipa could be seen wearing a long black dress with a thigh-high slit and a brown oversized suit jacket, while Osmani donned a white pantsuit.
The following photo was a letter to the six-time Brit Awards winner, inviting her to the Office of the President to appreciate, congratulate, and seek ways to partner with her.
Meanwhile, she took four more shots with the Madame President, with some featuring her latest medal around her neck and a framed documentation of her award.
At the same time, the concluding picture was a close-up of Lipa’s tribute, including her name, ambassadorial title, and the president’s signature.
Beneath the pictures, the “IDGAF” vocalist penned, “Yesterday afternoon I was awarded the title of Honourary Ambassador of Kosovo by our Madame President.” Her caption continued and read:
“It’s an honour and a privilege to be able to represent my country all over the world and to continue my work and efforts globally to see that we leave our mark and make a difference.”
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Lipa then concluded the message with hearted gratitude after making a declaration about the youth of Kosovo deserving “the right to visa liberalization, freedom to travel and to dream big.”
This will not be the first time the 26-year-old pop star will receive such an honor, as she has gotten a total of 28 awards and 103 nominations throughout her career.
With the release of her self-titled debut album in 2017, she earned nominations for Album of the Year at the BBC Music Awards and MasterCard British Album of the Year at the 2018 Brit Awards.
The album also made her win the thirteenth edition of the LO240 Music Awards, leading to more music pieces and successes in the ensuing years.
In 2018, Lipa got nominations at the Brit Awards with her song “New Rules” and gained more nominations that same year at the iHeartRadio Music Awards and MTV Video Music Awards.
She also won two WDM Radio Awards for Best Electronic Vocalist with “Herself” and Best Bass Track with “Scared to be Lonely,” featuring Martin Garrix.
The following year, the “Levitating” vocalist won her first Grammy as the Best New Artist and Best Dance Recording for “Electricity.” The piece was a collaboration with British-American duo Silk City.
Since then, she has been nominated for ten Brit Awards, two Grammy Awards, and five NME Awards while winning two Brit Awards, two Grammys, and an NME Award.
In addition, the “New Rules” singer gained more attention as she became the first female artist to receive five nominations in a single year at the Brit Awards.
The “Don’t Start Now” Soloist Remorsefully Addresses Fireworks Incident At Concert
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Last month, The Blast shared that Lipa broke her silence on the fireworks explosion that injured three fans at her concert in Toronto, Canada.
Footage obtained showing the event at Scotiabank Arena revealed that the fireworks went off in different directions, and the blasts sent the crowd unnerving and racing in separate paths.
The three-time Grammy winner could also be seen on stage performing when the explosions started. She looked noticeably troubled upon seeing the chaos.
Fortunately, no severe damage was caused at the venue; however, three people got injured, with one needing to be transferred to a hospital for further medical aid.
Shortly after the incident, Lipa released an addressing statement noting that the fireworks were unauthorized and expressing her shock and confusion about the turn of events.
She added that there was an ongoing investigation into the incident, with everyone involved working hard to find out how it happened.
Manifesting the show for her fans was admittedly an amazing experience for the “One Kiss” singer, and she was deeply apologetic for those whose enjoyment was affected by the fireworks.