In the snap, the chart-topper wowed followers in a sheer white bra with a floral lace pattern. The British singer displayed her toned stomach and decolletage for the photoshoot. Lipa paired the risque top with high-waisted red leather bottoms with pockets on the front. She was captured from the waist up making it unclear if the second half of the outfit consisted of pants or a skirt.
Lipa accessorized the look with large gold hoop earrings, a thin necklace with a small pendant, and opted for long, pointy colorful acrylic nails. She sported her blond and brunette hair up in a bun and applied a glossy lip.
In the photo, Lipa placed one hand on her hip and raised the other to her mouth. The “Lost in Your Light” hitmaker looked over to her right as the front of her hair blew in the wind.
The image appeared to be taken during the photoshoot for the “Break My Heart” cover, which found her in the same makeup, hairstyle and earrings. However, for the single artwork, she sported a red garment with straps.
In her caption, Lipa was counting down the days until her next song is released. She geotagged the upload as London, United Kingdom.
In the span of 30 minutes, her post racked up more than 630,000 likes and over 5,400 comments, proving to be instantly popular with her 40.9 million followers.
“I HAVE THE BEST IDOL IN THE WORLD,” one user wrote passionately in capital letters.
“We stan an iconic queen. We’ll always be by your side,” another shared.
“I like your music a lot. You are a beautiful woman,” remarked a third fan, adding the heart-eyes emoji.
“Dua Lipa is the voice we need right now during these times. Can’t wait for her new album,” a fourth admirer commented.
“Break My Heart” is taken from Lipa’s long-awaited second studio album, Future Nostalgia. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the record was originally scheduled to be released on April 3, but the release has been pushed up and will now drop on March 27.
Unfortunately for fans, the European leg of her tour has been postponed until next year due to the coronavirus pandemic. The first show will now take place on January 3 instead of the original April 26 start. Tickets for the original 2020 concert dates will remain valid.