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In Dua Lipa's ever-expanding world, 'there's no time limit and there's no what-ifs'

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2020 Was The Year Of Dancing By Ourselves

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Dua Lipa released her second album, the glossy, pristine Future Nostalgia, in March, just weeks after COVID-19 locked the world into quarantine. The sure-footedness of her dance floor-inspired pop gained ironic resonance in the uncertainty of the moment that followed. Hugo Comte/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Dua Lipa released her album Future Nostalgia a week ahead of schedule."I want people to be able to take a moment away from what's going on outside. I hope it gives them some happiness," she says. Hugo Comte/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Dua Lipa Hopes 'Future Nostalgia' Will Let You Dance During Self-Quarantine

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