Dua Lipa presents a new album at the Grammy Awards

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Dua Lipa performed a medley of “ Dance the Night “, ” Houdini » and the unpublished “ Training Season » at the opening of the Grammy Awards.

Dua Lipa performed an electric medley of “ Dance the Night “, ” Houdini » and the unpublished “ Training Season » to open the 66th annual Grammys. “ Training Season » is the most recent single from his highly anticipated third album, following « Houdini “.

Lipa brilliantly started the evening with this new single while dancing in, around and on a cage surrounded by the suitors she swears to dismiss at the end of the ” training season “.

Lipa’s contribution to the soundtrack of barbie« Dance the Night “, was up for two awards at this year’s ceremony, including song of the year, but went home empty-handed. The star, who made an appearance in Greta Gerwig’s blockbuster as mermaid Barbie, earned her first Golden Globe nomination for the song.

Lipa’s last appearance at the Grammy Awards was in 2021, when she performed a medley of singles from Future Nostalgia. She won the award for Best Pop Vocal Album. In 2019, she made her Grammy Awards debut alongside St. Vincent, where they performed a mashup of ” Masseduction » of St. Vincent and “ One Kiss » by Lipa. Lipa won Best New Artist and Best Dance Recording that night.

Dua Lipa is currently preparing her third album. “ This record is a little more rawshe told WECB. I want to capture the essence of youth and freedom, having fun and letting things happen, whether good or bad. »


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