Dua Lipa is officially two for two at the Grammys! During the awards show on Sunday night (February 10), the 23-year-old was crowned Best New Artist, reigning supreme in a stacked categorythat also included H.E.R., Jorja Smith, Margo Price, Chloe x Halle, Luke Combs, Bebe Rexha, and Greta Van Fleet. After accepting the trophy from last year's
Dua Lipa scooped up two Grammys last night and paid tribute to the “incredible” line-up of female artists in the categories. “I guess this year we’ve really stepped up,” said the Vogue cover star – a reference to Recording Academy president Neil Portnow's suggestion that women needed to “step up” in order to be recognised within
Metro UK: Dua Lipa pays homage to THAT Liz Hurley safety pin dress as she wins Best New Artist at Grammys
And Dua Lipa gave the iconic gown a 2019 reboot at the Grammy Awards, where she took home two awards. The New Rules singer changed into a black and white Versace number for the awards show, after wearing a sparkling silver number with a train from the designer on the red carpet, and
TIME: Dua Lipa Worked a Clapback About Female Artists Needing to ‘Step Up’ Into Her Grammys Acceptance Speech
Most stars thank the Recording Academy during a Grammys acceptance speech. But Dua Lipa, who won for Best New Artist, used her moment to throw shade instead. To read the full story features on TIME, click here.
Diplo is an entertainer constantly on the lookout for fresh talent. He's traveled the world in search of the most unique voices, and when he first heard Dua Lipa's "Be the One" in 2015, he was immediately awestruck. Fast-forward to 2019, and he and Lipa just won a Grammy for best dance/electronic recording for their song "Electricity,"
“So many women!” Dua Lipa said on Sunday night, scanning the crowd from the stage while accepting her Grammy for Best New Artist. “I guess we really stepped up this year.” The comment, however offhanded, was a clear reference to Recording Academy President Neil Portnow’s infamous remark at last year’s show that women in the
English singer Dua Lipa was delighted to see so many women nominated at the Grammys. To read the full story features on Post Bulletin, click here.
Times Now: GRAMMYs 2019: Lady Gaga, Cardi B to Dua Lipa, complete list of winners who won big at the musical night!
The 61st Annual Grammy Awards were held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on February 10. The music's biggest night was hosted by singer Alicia Keys. Dua Lipa was declared the winner for best new artist and best dance recording for her song "Electricity". To read the full story features on Times Now,
Kosovo-British musician Dua Lipa performed and won two awards at the 61st edition of the Grammy Awards on Sunday, celebrating the number of women nominated and winning alongside her. Lipa, 23, took home two awards on Sunday, the first for ‘Best New Artist’ for her 2017 single ‘New Rules’ and the second for
Last Friday afternoon, Dukagjin Lipa, 49, sat backstage at Kosovo’s first major music festival, bleary-eyed and trying to ignore the two cellphones ringing on the table in front of him. “Oh my God,” he said. “I didn’t sleep for 48 hours now.” Founding the three-day Sunny Hill Festival — headlined by his daughter, the