Dua Lipa oozes glamor in a white mini dress and sheer stockings as she glimpses her BRIT Awards after-party in a chic hotel room
She took home the award for Best Female Solo Artist.
And Dua Lipa looked nothing short of sensational when she shared behind-the-scenes photos from her night at the BRIT Awards 2021 on Tuesday.
The singer, 25, showed off her great sense of style when she donned a white sleeveless mini dress while posing in her chic hotel room.
Wow: Dua Lipa looked downright sensational when she shared behind-the-scenes photos from her evening at the 2021 BRIT Awards on Tuesday
The hitmaker added glamor to her look with a glittery silver belt she wore with blace see-through stockings.
Dua styled her brunette locks in an updo while also posing on the bed of her hotel room, where she was joined by a group of friends in the evenings.
The New Rules star also made sure to draw attention to her shoes as she wore a pair of sky-high purple heels.
Dua posed for a mirror selfie with her friends and completed her look with a bold pearl necklace.
Glamor: The singer, 25, showed off her amazing sense of style when she donned a white sleeveless mini dress while posing in her chic hotel room
Dua caused a furore at the BRIT Awards 2021 on Tuesday when she walked through a medley of some of her greatest hits at the ceremony, held at the O2 in London.
The singer wore a striking ensemble with a Union Jack print wrapskirt that harked back to Geri Horner’s patriotic mini dress she wore when she performed at the same awards ceremony some 24 years ago in 1997.
Viewing figures for the BRIT Awards plummeted for the fourth year in a row, with 2.9 million attendees – 860,000 fewer than last year.
The show finally aired after a three-month delay and had an audience share of 18%, up from 20.5% in 2020.
Sultry: The hitmaker added glamor to her look with a glittery silver belt she wore with blace see-through stockings
Pals: The New Rules star also made sure to draw attention to her shoes as she wore a pair of sky-high purple heels
Viewers who watched the show at home said on social media that the BRITs had been “ more about music than politics, ” following Dua’s call to Boris Johnson to give NHS staff a bigger pay rise.
At the ceremony, Dua targeted the prime minister after the Conservative party unveiled plans for a 1% pay rise for NHS workers who worked on the front lines during the pandemic.
When she accepted her Best Female Solo artist gong, which she dedicated to nurse Dame Elizabeth Anionwu, Dua said: ‘[Dame Elizabeth] spent her amazing nursing career fighting racial injustice. She has put in so much time and is a big believer in protecting frontline workers, thank you.
She has also said that there is a huge disparity between love and respect for frontline workers because we have to slap them, but we have to pay them, so I think we should give a huge round of applause and Boris a message that we all have for our front line support. ‘
The award ceremony really belonged to Dua when she took home the Female Solo Artist and Mastercard British Album of the Year Award on the evening for her lockdown hit Future Nostalgia.
Pose: Dua posed for a mirror selfie with her friends and completed her look with a striking pearl necklace