Dua Lipa shows us what it means to be a leader of this generation

Never shy about voicing her opinion, the singer wants us to follow in her footsteps.

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Dua Lipa has been named one of Time magazine’s Next Generation Leaders of 2017—a fitting title for one of pop music’s biggest stars on the rise. Along with her catchy pop tunes, Dua has also shown she’s a great role model for her fans.

Her feminist-fueled anthems like ‘New Rules’ and ‘IDGAF’ have really shown she’s an advocate for girl power and empowering women. She’s also given her two cents plenty of times via social media, something not many stars do, perhaps out of fear for the backlash from people with opposing opinions.

Sometimes t’s can feel challenging to find women sticking up for other women in the celebrity world, like there’s some kind of unsung rivalry between girls; it seems almost mandatory for them to hate each other. But Dua is constantly showing her support for other female acts such as Charli XCX, Zara Larsson and Camila Cabello.

Dua is currently on tour, traveling all across Europe and the U.S. She’s been showing off her powerful voice, sense of style, and even her advocacy on different issues while on stage.

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She features this iconic monologue during her show, reminding all of us that no boy is ever worth our time and keeping true to her ‘New Rules’ motto.



The singer has been meeting fans along the way with some of the cutest polaroid pictures ever, making us all wish we could meet our idol in this adorable fashion.

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Dua’s recent success, especially in the US, is well-deserved, and her hit ‘New Rules’ keeps steadily rising on the charts, making her a force to be reckoned with in the pop scene. It’s nice to see someone of her caliber trying to raise a bit of awareness on issues that matter, especially to a fanbase like hers—young, influential people that are always willing to try and make a change.

One thing’s for sure, her emphasis on girl power makes it easier for women to stick together—especially in times like these, when we need each other more than ever.

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