It is strange. I saw it a few days ago on Youtube.
Thirteen is the lucky number for Dua Lipa as “Dance The Night” (via Warner Records) completes its coronation on the Official U.K. Singles Chart.
Lifted from the Barbie soundtrack, “Dance The Night” rises 2-1 for its first stint at the summit, doing so in its 13th week on the national tally, published Friday, Aug. 25.Billboard
There are Dua Lipa songs that never went to number one but deserved it more than the Barbie song. “Be the one” is Duas best song. It never went to number one.
Not the best tits. Looks like when Dua Lipa showed half of her tits a few years ago.
It is annoying when Taylor Swift gets more attention than Dua Lipa.
Taylor Swift may see new album Midnights ‘sell over a million copies first week’… a feat no one has achieved since she herself did it in 2017Daily mail
I expect it to be another song from Madison Beer that fails on the charts. Maybe nude pics would be better for her. I would like to see that even if she dont have dark holes.
The Spice Girls are set to headline GLASTONBURY next year 27 years after bursting onto the scene… and they really, really want Posh to join themDaily mail
I wish it is only Glastonbury and nothing more.
I expect it to be another failure. It is not going to sell. I dont know if i should feel sorry for Madison.
Madison Beer has returned with ‘Dangerous’ – her first new music for 2022. Check out the new song below and our video interview with Beer above.
Was she even pretty. It was not a big loss. When i think about it. She was not close to Donna Summer or Kim Wilde.
Mary J Blige and Taraji P Henson – who are only four months apart in age – show off their incredible bikini bodies while sipping wine on a yacht in Sardinia
Bad gorilla look.
I always thought she was overrated. She was never pretty. Never a good singer. They said her first album was so good. I did not notice it.
If you read her Wikipedia article you can see what is wrong
Its 1993 remix album became the first album by a singer to have a rapper on every song, popularizing rap as a featuring act.
In 1992, Blige released her debut album, What’s the 411?, which is credited for introducing the mix of R&B and hip hop into mainstream pop culture.