Dua Lipa at the Critics Choice Awards wearing a red floral dress like to a literal English rose



Dua Lipa carried on her award season fashion streak at tonight’s Critics Choice Awards, following up her daring sartorial statement at the Golden Globes this past weekend. Lipa’s song “Dance the Night” by Barbie is a nominee for Best Song.

There are eighteen nominations for Barbie at the Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Acting Ensemble. Lipa was among those nominated, having portrayed Mermaid Barbie in the movie.

Wearing a crimson column dress with floral details, Lipa leant into an English rose vibe on the red carpet. Her red hair was worn half up and half down. Lipa accessorized with earrings by Tiffany & Co. designed by Jean Schlumberger.

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Lipa’s tonight’s excursion comes after the singer gave rise to reports that she was dating Callum Turner. Page Six was informed by a source that Turner and Lipa are a couple. That source claimed, “It’s new, but they’re mad about each other.”

Lipa discussed Barbie’s triumph with Vanity Fair in December. She remarked, “The thing is, the director of the picture, Greta Gerwig, just really defied all odds.” “Nobody knew what to expect from the Barbie movie and how many different notes it could hit—from being incredibly joyful and lighthearted to hitting the heartstrings and touching on a deeply personal subject that made you, especially as a woman, think about your place and what’s expected of you.”

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She also thought back on the lessons she learned from composing “Dance the Night.” “I realized the potential to be able to write lyrics like a score because I’ve never written for a film before,” the singer-songwriter remarked.

In order to effectively combine the two worlds—the music and the movie—I can essentially narrate a story and describe what’s happening in the scene. The song is completely suited for that specific scene in the movie, but it can also stand alone on its own.