Dua Lipa performs exclusive song at the Grammy Awards

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Before the release of her album on February 15, Dua Lipa had a nice surprise in store for her fans on Sunday during the 66th Grammy Awards ceremony.

Surprise ! Dua Lipa opened the Grammy Awards this Sunday, February 4. And to the delight of fans, she performed a new song called “Training Season”. In a sexy silhouette and all dressed in black leather, the singer set the ceremony on fire.

Accompanied by her troupe of dancers in a silver cage, she sang about the risks that we sometimes have to take in love. “Are you someone I can give my heart to?/ Or just the poison that attracts me/ It can be hard to tell the difference late at night/ But if you really want to go/ You should know” , she intones with ferocity, but always to disco-pop tunes. Before continuing his medley with “Houdini”, his single released in November 2023.

That evening, the beautiful Dua was in the running for the awards for best song written for a visual medium and for song of the year, for her song “Dance the Night” from the film “Barbie”, which ultimately won by Billie Eilish with “What Was I Made For?” “. Returning empty-handed, she does not come out defeated and announces an album “still pop, but different sonically” for February 15. We look forward !

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