Dua Lipa and Romain Gavras: is it over?

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While Dua Lipa presented her lover to the whole world last May on the steps of the Cannes Film Festival, the singer and Romain Gavras would have “separated” after 8 months of romance, indicates a famous American media outlet.

The red-haired star would once again be a heart to take. According to The Sun, Dua Lipa and director Romain Gavras, it’s over. Indeed, a source close to the media revealed this Saturday, December 2 that “Dua and Romain separated after a summer of love “. The cause of this breakup: the singer would have blinders when it comes to his career ».

For Dua Lipa to continue to thrive professionally, the couple reportedly “ ended their relationship before things turned sour ». Thus, the newspaper reveals that the French filmmaker would have found that the star was a “ workaholic » as she prepares to release her new album in 2024.

Dua Lipa: “ know when to stay and when to go »

As a reminder, the two stars formalized their union on the red carpet of the 2023 Cannes Film Festival, during the preview of the film “Omar La Fraise”, directed by Elias Belkeddar. On this occasion, the two lovebirds appeared hand in hand as a real glamorous couple. According to the latest press information, the two celebrities were spotted sharing an evening with the singer’s brother last month.

Neither the singer nor the director have made their possible breakup official.

So, would Dua Lipa have done like Houdini to leave Romain Gavras? It’s a hypothesis. At the microphone of WECB, the artist revealed, a few weeks ago, the deep meaning of his latest single “Houdini”. In reference to the great illusionist whom she presents as “ an escape artist », the star talks in his title about the importance of staying connected with yourself. Indeed, according to her, “ the deeper meaning of the song is about knowing your worth, knowing when to stay and when to go, when to do, like ‘Houdini’.”


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