Dua Lipa wows in skimpy mesh vest as she puts on a sultry performance in her brand new music video Houdini
Dua Lipa looked as incredible as ever as she put on a sultry performance in her new music video.
The pop star, 28, returned to the music scene on Thursday with the release of her new track Houdini and put on a daring display for fans in the accompanying clip.
Dua was shown post-rehearsal in a dance hall, revising her choreography under fluorescent lights as she threw herself round the room.
She looked as trendy as ever in a mesh vest top and a pair of tracksuit bottoms as she let her newly-dyed red locks flow free.
Making use of mirrors, the Levitating singer executed eye-catching dances as her lyrics alluded to jilting a potential suitor’s chances in the style of an escapologist, comparing herself to legendary magician Harry Houdini.
She sang: ‘I come and I go, tell me all the ways you need me, I’m not here for long Catch me or I go Houdini, I come and I go, prove you’ve got the right to please me.’
Stunning: Dua wore a daring outfit in the video for new single and completed the look with a pair of tracksuit bottoms
Glam: The Levitating songstress threw a series of bold moves as she was depicted letting loose after a dance rehearsal
Busting a move! The singer was pictured throwing herself round a dance studio in the new video
For the choruses of the high-energy clip, Dua was joined by an army of backup dancers but for the verses, she flexed for the camera in a multitude of poses.
The pop star explained that the video ’embodies that 4am feeling when the night is coming to a close and you’re a bit sweaty, but you just don’t want the party to end’.
The hotly-anticipated music video was directed by Manu Cossu with cinematographer André Chemetoff.
The Dance the Night songstress – who is currently dating filmmaker Romain Gavras, 42, – worked on the track with with Caroline Ailin, Danny L. Harle, Tobias Jesso Jr., and Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker.
She explained that the lyrics of the track represent the lighthearted ‘freedom’ she felt during her time as a single woman.
She said: ‘This track represents the most light and freeing parts of my singledom’ is very tongue in cheek, exploring the idea of whether someone is really worth my while or if I’ll ghost them in the end.
Dua added that the ‘beauty’ of being open in her songwriting means she always ‘looks forward’ to sharing her ups and downs with her millions of fans.
She added: ‘You never know where something may take you, that’s the beauty of being open to whatever life throws your way.
A moment of reflection: Dua was seen dancing into the mirror in her sultry new music video
All together now: The pop megastar was also seen executing choreography with an entire dance troupe
Incredible: The Grammy Award-winning star is set to release her much-anticipated third album next year
‘I’m looking forward to sharing that feeling of defiant bliss with my fans.’
The Barbie star has not released an album since the Grammy Award-winning Future Nostalgia in 2021 but is set to release her much-anticipated third album in 2024.
Ahead of the release, she noted how the album had come together in a time of ‘absolute chaos’ as she looked to the future with optimism.
She said: ‘A lot of this album was written in those joyous moments of absolute chaos and how I moved through the world with lightness and optimism of whatever the outcome may be.’
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