To help cure the ongoing pandemic boredom, Dua Lipa performed a special virtual concert this weekend called Studio 54. Not only did the performance feature appearances from a plethora of celebs, but it also featured an ’80s-inspired set and several epic costume changes.
Here’s what you need to know about Dua Lipa’s Studio 54.
DUA LIPA WAS JOINED BY SOME TALENTED ARTISTS.
While watching Dua Lipa perform would be exciting enough for most people, the pop star enlisted the help of several icons to make her show unforgettable. Elton John appeared via video to perform an excerpt of “Rocket Man,” and Miley Cyrus appeared alongside Lipa in an onscreen performance of their new song, “Prisoner.” J Balvin and Bad Bunny also joined Lipa via video for their hit, “Un Día (One Day).”
FKA Twigs stole the show with her pole-dance performance, in-person at the Studio 54 warehouse, performing the start of a new song she’s collaborated on with Lipa. Pop icon Kylie Minogue also joined in by singing “Real Groove,” and DJ The Blessed Madonna was on hand to get the party started. Angèle also performed “Fever” live at Studio 54 with Lipa.
DUA LIPA’S STUDIO 54 LOOKS WERE CUSTOM-MADE.
The “New Rules” singer had several costume changes throughout the night. Lipa worked with stylist Lorenzo Posocco, and assistant Rae Hayden for the show. She wore custom looks by THE ATTICO, Alexander Wang, Versace, and Mugler‘s Casey Cadwallader.
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THE SET WAS AN ’80S POP PARADISE.
From fluorescent hula hoops to roller skates to disco balls and glitter explosions, the Studio 54 warehouse was transformed into an ’80s extravaganza for the duration of Dua Lipa’s set.
Basically, fans won’t want to miss their change to catch Dua Lipa’s epic concert.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.