Dua Lipa Shocks Brit Awards Crowd with Cheeky Twerk in Geri-inspired Union Jack Skirt

Dua Lipa, the celebrated singer, delighted her fans with a stunning twerk performance at the Brit Awards that also involved a cheeky flash of her bum. Her eye-catching look included a mini-skirt featuring the Union Jack, which bore resemblances to Geri Horner’s iconic dress from the 1997 awards.

In front of the audience at London’s O2, Dua sported a sexy ensemble consisting of a Union Jack mini-skirt and suspenders. She had changed her outfit since arriving on the red carpet, where she had made a bold statement in a yellow polka dot bodice with a full-length train.

Dua Lipa gave a mesmerizing performance that left the audience spellbound. In a pre-recorded clip, she was seen walking through Charing Cross Tube Station before making a grand entrance on stage. The singer exited the ‘carriage’ donning a Union Jack coat and later shed it to reveal her sexy outfit underneath. During the ceremony, Dua Lipa called on the prime minister, Boris Johnson, to grant NHS workers a pay rise, but her speech caused mixed reactions among viewers.

The attractive brunette paired her skirt adorned with the UK flag with a set of stockings.

During her electrifying performance, Dua Lipa impressed viewers with her energetic stage presence. The singer went on to urge Prime Minister Boris Johnson to reconsider the proposed 1% pay rise for frontline workers, who have been tirelessly working throughout the pandemic. She also gave a shout-out to Professor Dame Elizabeth Anionwu, a nurse who has been instrumental in driving change for women for several decades. However, some critics pointed out that Dua’s call to action came after she faced backlash for posting a “stay at home” message while traveling between the US and UK and partying during lockdown.

On stage, Dua gave an outstanding performance of a mix of her popular songs.

Dua Lipa’s recent speech about NHS pay has sparked controversy among her fans. Despite being criticized for traveling the world and partying during the pandemic, the singer won the award for British female solo artist and used her platform to advocate for fair pay for frontline workers. In her speech, she praised Professor Dame Elizabeth Anionwu for her efforts in fighting racial injustice and advocating for the protection of frontline workers. Dua emphasized the need for respect and fair compensation for these workers, stating that clapping is not enough. She called on everyone to support a pay raise for those risking their lives on the frontlines.

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