Connect with us

Music

Dua Lipa Receives 6 Noms At 63rd Grammy Awards: “Oh My God, You’re Joking!”

Dua Lipa is beyond joy after getting six nominations at the Grammys.

Lipa, who recently dropped musical collaboration ‘Prisoner’ with Miley Cyrus, is up for Album of The Year (for ‘Future Nostalgia’), Best Pop Vocal Album (for ‘Future Nostalgia’) Song of the Year (for ‘Don’t Start Now’), Best Pop Solo Performance (for ‘Don’t Start Now’), Record of the Year (for ‘Don’t Start Now’) and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (for ‘Un Dia -One Day’).

With six noms Lipa follows Beyoncé, who got nine nominations overall, and Taylor Swift, who received six nods including Album of the Year for her lockdown album ‘Folklore.’

As soon as the nominations had been announced officially by the Record Academy, Lipa took to her verified Twitter to celebrate the news. The ‘Physical‘ singer first tweeted in all capital letters to express her excitement:

“This doesn’t feel real!!!!! 6 GRAMMY NOMS!!! WHAT IS THIS LIFE!!!! I CAN’T BELIEVE IT!!! 6!!!!! MY HEART IS RACING AND I’M IN TOTAL SHOCK! IM BEAMING AND FIZZING!!!!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR ALL THE LOVE AND THE SUPPORT!”

Then the young artist posted a video of herself, in which she is seen talking on the phone while tears streaming down her face and saying she can’t believe the news by repeating “F**king joking me. Oh my God, you are joking.” At the end of the video, the singer informed the people around her about the nominations and they replied to her by shouting with happiness.

As fans might remember, the 26-year-old singer won the Best New Artist and Best Dance Recording for ‘Electricity,’ featuring Diplo and Mark Ronson at 61st Annual Grammy Awards in 2018.

See below to view Lipa’s tweets.

Newsletter Signup

Will Smith Has A Hilarious Reaction To ‘Will Smith Beatbox’ Video

Entertainment

Rihanna Calls On Fans To Help To Beirut Explosion Victims

Genel

One Direction Is Set To Celebrate Their 10th Anniversary With A Custom Website, Archives, And Rarities

Music

Gigi Hadid Made This Practical ’90s Trend Cool Again

Style

Connect
Newsletter Signup