Lipa was born on August 22, 1995 in London to Albanian parents. While Dua Lipa may not feel super new to us (I'm sorry, where was her Grammy for "IDGAF"?!), she's technically a new artist.
However, even in her overwhelmed state, she still managed to throw a bit of shade at Grammys boss Neil Portnow, after his comments about female artists, in the wake of last year's male-heavy show. "You'll be hearing from me soon", she said.
"It has to begin with... women who have the creativity in their hearts and souls, who want to be musicians, who want to be engineers, producers, and want to be part of the industry on the executive level", Portnow said to Variety. "I think it takes two to tango in that", Musgraves said backstage. "I want to say a big thank you to my fans who have allowed me to be the best version of myself". Dua Lipa's 2019 Grammys outfit exceeded all of my expectations.More news: Nigeria stampede: Several dead at Buhari rally
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Unfortunately, Lipa's speech was cut short before she could get all of her words in.
"It's a big difference from the previous years and I feel so grateful to be a part of the nominations when they came out on December 7, I believe, and to see so many women on it - I was like, This is unbelievable". Part glittery silver fabric, part shiny pewter silk, the gown was the flawless look for Lipa's Grammys debut.