25.01.2022

Dua Lipa Gave Cinderella a Run For Her Money in This Sexy Baby Blue Lace Catsuit

Dua Lipa was the belle of the ball! On Friday night, the singer attended the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas where she embodied a Disney princess from head to toe.

Dua wore a sexy baby-blue lace LaQuan Smith catsuit with off-the-shoulder sleeves and a sheer matching skirt tied around her waist. With metallic silver heels and iced-out jewelry, we wouldn’t be surprised if her stylist, Lorenzo Posocco, had a modern-day Cinderella in mind when putting together this look. She posed for pictures and had photographers in awe.

It was a big night for Dua, as she not only performed her biggest hits like “Physical” and “New Rules,” but she was honored with the Titanium Award for “Levitating”, surpassing one billion total audience spins on iHeartRadio stations! She also received a special plaque in honor of Future Nostalgia being platinum-certified.

What a night! Check out photos of Dua looking stunning in the LaQuan Smith catsuit while receiving these commendable awards at the iHeartRadio Music Festival ahead.

In Case You’re Wondering Who Actually Gets to Keep the Emmy Statue When a Show Wins

When Ted Lasso won the 2021 Emmy for outstanding comedy series, a large group of people stood on stage to accept the award. This kind of parade is the norm when a series scores an award, but does each and every person on stage actually take home an Emmy?

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - SEPTEMBER 19: (L-R) Brett Goldstein, winner of the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series award for 'Ted Lasso,' and Hannah Waddingham, winner of the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series award for 'Ted Lasso,' pose in the press room during the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards at L.A. LIVE on September 19, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images)

According to the 2021 Emmy Awards General Rules & Procedures booklet, “each winning entry receives one (1) gratis statue. All individuals with an Emmy Award-eligible credit vetted by NATAS Administration will be able to order a Recipient statue. One name may be engraved per statue. The name approved in credits is the name that will be engraved on the statue.” Commemorative Emmy Awards can be ordered and paid for, but only by “a network, studio, or production company that was principally involved with the winning program or achievement” and not by individuals.

So, no Emmys for individual actors? Nope, but they can probably get a contributor certificate or plaque. The rules state these “are available for all individuals who contributed to the honored project but are otherwise ineligible for the Emmy Award statue.”

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