Dua Lipa previews 'Training Season' at the Grammys

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Dua Lipa previews ‘Training Season’ at the Grammys

As we reported a few days ago, Dua Lipa performed ‘Training Season’ for the first time at the Grammys. This is his next single, which will be released on February 15 and will serve as a follow-up to ‘Houdini’.

The performance, in addition, has been a mashup of ‘Training Season’ with ‘Houdini’, so his gala opening has been a complete preview of the album he is preparing. Finally there was no place for ‘Dance The Night’, a song for which she is nominated, but it did have a nod.

The soundtrack of ‘Dance The Night’ has received the award for Best Soundtrack Compilation at the Grammys, one of the awards it was up for. However, Dua Lipa has lost in the category for Best Song Written for Audiovisual Media, which was won by Billie Eilish for ‘What Was I Made for?’.

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