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“New Rules” is Dua Lipa’s third platinum single in the United Kingdom

“New Rules” is Dua Lipa’s third platinum single in the United Kingdom

There is no stopping for Dua Lipa!

Currently on a sold-out tour around the UK, the singer’s first number one single ‘New Rules‘ has just been certified platinum in the UK. The no scrub anthem joins her debut single ‘Be the One‘ and the Martin Garrix collaboration ‘Scared to Be Lonely‘ as her third platinum-selling single.

Those three trusty rules seemed to save just about everyone in the UK this summer so it’s no surprise that it’s gone platinum in less than three months. With (the seriously underrated) ‘Blow Your Mind (Mwah)‘ certified silver and ‘Hotter Than Hell‘ gone gold, Dua must be getting plaques by the minute.

That’s not all, either. ‘New Rules‘ just hit number one in Belgium (her second chart-topper there!) and has gone platinum in Canada. Come on, Dua!

The ultra-cool singer is also nominated for three awards at the 2017 MTV EMAs, including Best UK & Ireland Act alongside Little Mix, Ed Sheeran and Stormzy.

Congratulations, Dua!

Dua Lipa has been working with Naughty Boy

Dua Lipa has been working with Naughty Boy

Dua Lipa has recorded new music with Naughty Boy.

The 22-year-old singer has revealed she’s been busily collaborating with the British DJ, and she’s confirmed that their effort could even appear on Naughty Boy’s new album.

She shared: “We went to write a song for my album. I was in the studio with him and this songwriter called Emily Warren, who actually wrote ‘No Lie’.

“We wrote a song together and he really liked it so it might be on his album.”

The London-born star also revealed the unreleased track is very “personal”, although she remained tight-lipped about the subject matter.

She told The Sun newspaper: “I really don’t know what the future holds for that song but it’s a personal song. I feel really close to it.”

Dua released her self-titled debut album earlier this year, and the singer subsequently confessed that the experience of recording the album taught her a lot about herself.

Reflecting on the process, Dua said: “I learned a lot about myself. I learned about the way I like to work, I learned to try to be as much of an open book as possible. That was really important to me to learn to be more honest with myself.”

Dua also said that the process of recording the album and later, performing her songs on stage was “magical”.

The singer explained: “Being able to work with so many incredible songwriters, to get to experience how their brains work and what it takes to write a song. I think that’s really magical. Being able to perform songs live, and every night when I go out on stage that’s the closest I’ve ever been to magic. It’s really real.”

When and where will be Dua Lipa’s 2018 UK Tour – everything you need to know

When and where will be Dua Lipa’s 2018 UK Tour – everything you need to know

FANS are excited after Dua Lipa announced a new UK and Ireland tour for 2018, with tickets going on sale very soon. The “New Rules” singer will be promoting her self-titled debut album with a selection of arena shows in April 2018 – here is all you need to know about how to get tickets.

When and where in the UK is Dua Lipa touring?

Those wanting to see Dua Lipa will need to clear their diaries for mid April 2018 as the singer will be touring between April 10 and April 20. She will kick things off with a show in Dublin on April 10, then go up to Glasgow and head south, stopping off at Manchester, Birmingham, Cardiff and finishing in London on April 20th.

Most arena shows begin at 6.30pm or 7pm, with ticket options including early entry and the First Loves Meet & Greet package for those who want to make the night extra special. The shows will be welcomed by fans who aren’t able to see her touring this year, as her October shows are currently sold out.

What are the Dua Lipa 2018 tour dates?

  • April 10 – Dublin, Ireland: Olympia Theatre
  • April 12 – Glasgow, UK: The SSE Hydro
  • April 14 – Manchester, UK: 02 Apollo Manchester
  • April 17 – Birmingham, UK: Genting Arena
  • April 18 – Cardiff, UK: Motorpoint Arena
  • April 20 – London, UK: Alexandra Palace

If you live in the UK and you’d like to buy a ticket, you can do this HERE.