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Dua Lipa gets a goth makeover for stunning photoshoot 


She recently thanked trolls who criticised her dancing skills for making her a better performer.

And Dua Lipa showed off a new look as she underwent a goth transformation for the cover of 032c magazine. 

The singer, 25, donned an off the shoulder black mini dress for the shoot which featured a faux fur detail.

Wow: Dua Lipa showed off a new look as she underwent a goth transformation for the cover of 032c magazine

Dua added to her look with black sheer stockings along with a matching collar as she posed for the camera.

The hitmaker also sported a black wig and complimented her outfit with dark eye shadow and a red lip.

Alongside the snap, she wrote: ‘AM I YOUR GOTH GIRLFRIEND? 032C ISSUE #39

‘Shot by Jordan Hemingway styling Marc Goehring. So much love to the dream team’.

Work it! On Friday Dua made a huge splash when she released the sexy new video for her song Love Again

Work it! On Friday Dua made a huge splash when she released the sexy new video for her song Love Again

On Friday Dua made a huge splash when she released the sexy new video for her song Love Again.

In the video, the singer looked incredible as she displayed her toned figure in a range of tiny bikini tops which included cow and zebra print patterns.

Adding some finishing touches, Dua teamed the sizzling swimwear with a pair of black denim hotpants and waistcoat before changing into camouflage high-waisted trousers with a longline blazer.

The singer styled her signature brunette locks into a glossy blow-dried hairdo, adding a slick of radiant make-up and a cowboy hat.

Revealing: In the video, the singer looked incredible as she displayed her toned figure in a range of tiny bikini tops which included cow and zebra print patterns

Revealing: In the video, the singer looked incredible as she displayed her toned figure in a range of tiny bikini tops which included cow and zebra print patterns 

The outing comes after Dua thanked her critics for the ‘online abuse’ they gave her over her dancing and stage presence as she admitted it made her ‘get better’.

The Grammy-winning singer, who recently celebrated four years since her debut album, took to Instagram Stories to thank both her fans and haters on Wednesday.

The superstar said ‘getting bullied online made her want to dance her a*** off’, as she reacted to the negative comments about her early performances.

As Dua rose to mainstream consciousness, she was plagued with comments from cruel trolls who said she had ‘tragic’ dancing skills, and ‘dodgy’ live performances.

Talking on Wednesday, Dua said: ‘Just wanted to say a massive thank you to everyone who has been listening to my music from the very beginning.

'Thank you!' It comes after Dua thanked her critics for the 'online abuse' they gave her over her dancing and stage presence as she admitted it made her 'get better'

‘Thank you!’ It comes after Dua thanked her critics for the ‘online abuse’ they gave her over her dancing and stage presence as she admitted it made her ‘get better’

‘It’s been four years since my debut album and I’m so grateful for all the incredible opportunities and amazing people I’ve met and incredible lessons I’ve learned.

‘Touring for like three years, getting bullied online, which made me want to dance my a**e off, and just really get better, so thank you so much.

‘For all things good and bad – for helping me grow. I’m forever grateful, and I’m excited for you guys to see what we’ve got coming up next.’

As well as talking to her fans, Dua also posted a screenshot of the iconic album cover, and penned: ‘4 years since the release of my debut album. Thank you to everyone that has been here for the whole journey so far.

‘I’m so grateful for this album and all the incredible people I met and the lesson I learned.

She only gets better: The superstar said that 'getting bullied online made her want to dance her a*** off', as she reacted to the negative comments about her early performances (pictured at the Grammys 2021)

She only gets better: The superstar said that ‘getting bullied online made her want to dance her a*** off’, as she reacted to the negative comments about her early performances (pictured at the Grammys 2021)

‘I would never have been able to make Future Nostalgia if it wasn’t for this album. I guess 4 years really do fly by when you’re having fun.’

Previously talking about her trolling experience with Attitude magazine last year, Dua said: ‘I experienced a s*** tonne at the end of my first record, and it was definitely something that gave me anxiety and made me upset and made me feel like I wasn’t good enough and made me feel like, maybe I’m not meant to be here and on the stage.’

‘Even after the Grammys, some people were like, “Well, she doesn’t deserve it.”

‘There were so many things, especially when you start out, like a video of me dancing and they’re like, “Ah well, she has no stage presence” – but they’d never been to one of my shows, they’d never seen me perform.’

Dua went on to reveal that for a period of time the abuse ‘messed with her mental health’, and she became convinced people were only filming her to they could later laugh at her.

Although she had a tough time, Dua admitted at the time that it made her stronger.

Busy bee! She scooped the accolade for Female Solo Artist and the Mastercard British Album of the Year Award for her lockdown hit Future Nostalgia at the 2021 BRITs last month (pictured)

Busy bee! She scooped the accolade for Female Solo Artist and the Mastercard British Album of the Year Award for her lockdown hit Future Nostalgia at the 2021 BRITs last month (pictured)



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