Pop sensation Dua Lipa opened up the 66th Annual Grammy Awards held at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles on Feb. 4.
The show officially kicked off with a powerhouse performance from the singer who has already won three Grammy awards with a tease of her newest era with the live premiere of “Training Season.” The British pop star then made a seamless transition to “Houdini,” set to be released off her new record this year. Lipa was joined by a dozen dancers in all black hanging from gym bars to better pair with the training season effect.
Dua Lipa is nominated for best song written for visual media and song of the year, both for “Dance the Night” from Barbie.
Lipa is preparing for the launch of her third studio album, scheduled for later this year. She joined forces with Kevin Parker of Tame Impala for the newest project.