Pop singer Dua Lipa has an important year in her release Future Nostalgia in March, major remixes, and a remix album that dropped in August.
This follows her 2019 Grammy winners for Best New Artist and Best Dance Recording. Despite having to reorganize her 2020 tour, the British artist is still determined to connect with her fans and keep releasing new music.
But there have been times when Lipa’s confidence has faltered, and she recently shared how online bullying played a part.
The Dua Lipa dance routine turned into a meme
In 2018, Lipa was one of the acts to stop Jingle Ball tour in cities across the US Achieve at the Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia he went viral for his choreography with many people mocking the singer’s dance moves.
While some were taunting jokes about her skills, others said they were embarrassed again for Lipa, especially those who saw the show in person. Some fans wanted to find out who was in charge of the dance floor and blamed that person, but Lipa went online and eventually turned to various dance memes. .
Lipa said she was bothered by trolls
Lipa covers the December edition of UK’s Opinion magazine and talked about the impact of that viral moment. She explained how it negatively affected her mental health.
“I experienced a big ton at the end of my first album,” she told Attitude. “And it was definitely something that bothered and upsetted me and made me feel like I wasn’t good enough and made me feel like, maybe I’m not the expect to be here and on stage. ”
It greatly affected her confidence and ability to trust. Lipa was well aware of the memes circulating about her, and noticed, afterward, that she was self-conscious about people swiping out their cameras.
“For a short time, he was eating with my mental health. You know, I would go on stage and if someone was filming me, in my head, I wasn’t, like, ‘Oh, they’re filming me because they want to keep it. ‘I was like,’ They’re going to film it so they can laugh at me or something ‘. ”
She told the revolution that she learned to grow from experience, and now she knows what she is good at and the work it takes to be good. When it comes to social media, Lipa would like to see people who were less critical and use understanding.
Lipa ready for a spectacular concert in November
Still working in animal mode this year, the singer announced Studio 2054, a live-action concert event that will air worldwide on November 27th.
According to a press release, Lipa transports the audience to a showcase that includes roller disco sets, acrobatics, and “ecstatic raves, trashy rocker hangouts, and voguing ballrooms.”
Not only will she be singing, but she will be joined by amazing artists at the party that will be on air in four time zones. For those in North America, the show starts at 9pm EST. Tickets and more information on this are available website.