Dua Lipa has been shouting out her love of New York hot dogs while sunbathing in a skimpy bikini. The 26-year-old singer has made headlines galore for her 2022 swimwear looks in under a month, but it was a #2021 in an Instagram share bringing the singer-songwriter in her two-piece, here. Posting for her army of followers, the "Prisoner" hit-maker soaked up rays while on vacation, and she made sure the tee worn over her swimwear shouted out one of her beloved foods.
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Back In Her Bikini
Scroll for the photo, one coming as part of a massive gallery. The Grammy winner had updated from the Kep Merli resort in her native Albania. Her opening shot came from a lush wooden deck overlooking natural craggy rocks and water - eyes may well have been on Dua herself, though.
The Versace ambassador was snapped topping up her tan while in tiny bikini bottoms, also wearing a white tee with a cartoon hot dog on it - she also lifted the shirt slightly while in a baseball cap.
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The gallery also included a shot of Lipa swimming freely through ocean waters, plus some pretty epic views of her luxurious digs. Dua closed the gallery with the same setting as the opening snap, writing: "I never wanna leave!!!" as she tagged the resort. Swipe for the gallery below, scroll for more.
The post has now topped 3 million likes, with fans commenting on the "mini bikini." Lipa has, of course, made major swimwear headlines since, this as she rang in the New Year from St. Barts.
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“The way I write my music, I’m always very open, and I allow myself to be vulnerable. And I feel now more than ever that it’s brought me closer to my listeners. I think it’s important to talk about your emotions and to be vulnerable and to show that you’re human."
Lipa also opened up on how she feels things will change overall - this amid global reflection on the devastating COVID pandemic. The "Levitating" star added: “I think things will definitely change," continuing: "I think we’ll tread differently with Mother Nature—we won’t be as careless as we have been. I think we’ll be more empathetic and make moments count."