Dua Lipa Virtually Celebrates Her Big Win At The iHeartRadio Awards 2021

Another trophy in her overflowing collection.

Dua Lipa won big at the iHeartRadio Awards 2021 and the singer looked stunning as ever in her virtual acceptance of the trophy.

The iHeartRadio Awards 2021 were held yesterday and while many celebs from Doja Cat to Demi Lovato walked the red carpet in their flashy outfits, Dua Lipa appeared on the show virtually.

Dua Lipa won a trophy for “Female Artist Of The Year”, at the iHeartRadio Awards 2021 for which the 25-year-old arrived virtually to accept the award.

Dua looked chic in her casual attire of a sea-green jumper and a matching snapback paired with a gemstone necklace, which is definitely a novel look than her eye-catching fits during physical appearances on shows.

Upon winning, Dup Lipa gave a speech thanking her fans and the iHeartRadio Awards 2021.

“Thank you so, so much — I want to thank my fans, because without you I wouldn’t be here and I wouldn’t be doing what I love…I’m very, very grateful,” said Dua Lipa. “I want to thank iHeart…and everyone who made this possible. Thank you for listening to my music, this album means the absolute world to me.”

The “Prisoner” singer, was also nominated for four other awards, which consisted of: Song of the Year, Best Lyrics (Socially Voted Category), Best Music Video (Socially Voted Category), Favorite Music Video Choreography (Socially Voted Category).

For Dua Lipa, the year 2021 has been phenomenal so far.

Other than her iHeartRadio Awards 2021 win, she has made some towering achievements with her sophomore album “Future Nostalgia”, which won big at this year’s Brit Awards, and the Grammys.

But 2021 has not been controversy-free for Dua. She was wrongly defamed in a New York Times advertisement that called the artist and the Hadid sisters as “anti-Semitic” for their stances about the ongoing Israel-Palestine conflict.

Dua Lipa also called out the renowned newspaper for their allegations, by stating in her Instagram story that: “I utterly reject the false and appalling allegations that were published in the New York Times advertisement,” she wrote.

“The World Values Network are shamelessly using my name to advance their ugly campaign with falsehoods and blatant misrepresentations of who I am and what I stand for,” Dua added. “I stand in solidarity with all oppressed people and reject all forms of racism.”

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