DUA LIPA made a spectacular appearance in the hit summer film Barbie.
But this stunning photo from her new film Argylle proves you can’t avoid her this time.
The trailer for the spy comedy was released yesterday and shows her with blonde hair in a stunning gold dress.
In the opening scenes, she tells Henry Cavill’s character, “I definitely hope you dance as well as you dress.”
He replies, “There’s only one way to find out,” and picks her up as she does the splits.
Other scenes show her firing a gun from a motorcycle and being dragged off by John Cena.
The film centers on a spy writer, played by Bryce Dallas Howard, whose actions begin to mirror those of real spy organizations, drawing her into the world she writes about.
However, it doesn’t hit theaters until February 2nd, so there’s still a while to wait.
About getting into acting, Dua said last year: “I think for me they’re baby steps.”
“My biggest fear would be taking on a really big role and being like, ‘Shit, now I have to be an actor and feel these emotions and feelings in front of the camera,’ when I haven’t, you know, brought it with me up to it.” “Not there yet at this point.”
Kylie’s red alert
KYLIE JENNER showed her boyfriend Timothee Chalamet what he was missing in this eye-catching red dress.
The actor stayed at the hotel while his other half stole the show in the skin-tight outfit she wore to the front row of the Acne Studio women’s show during Paris Fashion Week.
Jenner paired the dress with large sunglasses and was spotted laughing while sitting with Spanish singer Rosalia at Wednesday night’s event.
However, as she left the show, it appeared to be a British guest who set her off.
In a video shared online, she was seen excitedly shouting “I love you, call me” to English presenter and influencer Amelia Dimoldenberg, best known for her Chicken Shop Date interview series on YouTube.
Amelia joked about the exchange on TikTok, asking, “Does anyone have her number?”
Paul feels heavy after the patrol leaves
Former SNOW PATROL bassist Paul Wilson left the group to pursue a solo career in metal.
The rocker announced his retirement earlier this month and said he wanted to start a new music project called Above As Below.
He said: “It’s a pretty tough decision to part ways with a huge organization like Snow Patrol.
“But my priorities have shifted so much.
“I was doing Bon Iver-style stuff and I thought, ‘That’s not good enough’.”
“I thought, ‘Wait a minute, I mostly love metal.’
“I heard harder music.”
Paul also reflected on the dramatic departure of his bandmate, drummer Jonny Quinn, after which his wife Mariane badmouthed guitarist Johnny McDaid online.
Paul told Rolling Stone: “I don’t really know what happened, but I suspect there were creative differences in the studio. I can’t imagine it was anything too crazy.
“I have no bad feelings towards the boys.”
The sad Bambi scene has a soft switch
DISNEY is toning down its new Bambi remake after the original was deemed too disturbing.
The 1942 version featured the death of the deer’s mother – and now bosses believe it could be traumatic for children today.
Lindsey Beer, who wrote for the film, said of the new treatment of a mother’s dying: “I think some parents today are more sensitive to it than they used to be.”
“And I think that’s one of the reasons they didn’t show it to their kids.
“But I think there is a way to update Bambi.
“And our approach gave the whole thing a little more leeway.
“I just think it would benefit the original if you could bring it to life for kids today in a way that maybe connects them a little more with it.”
BILLIE EILISH has struggled with feelings of “impending doom” when it comes to fame.
After becoming a global name as a teenager, she’s only now starting to cope with the attention.
Billie said: “I wasn’t doing too well to be honest.
“I feel like doom is coming for most of the day. Thinking too much about never being able to have privacy again is enough to make you want to do all sorts of crazy things. But you have to let it go.”
Her split from rocker Jesse Rutherford in May didn’t help matters – and she hints she has higher standards now.
In a cover story for Allure magazine, she added: “I have often come to terms with things, people and life. I settled for less than I deserved and I won’t do that anymore.”
James: My baby knocked out my big ego
JAMES ARTHUR believes fatherhood has finally put his ego aside.
The Say You Won’t Let Go singer, whose daughter Emily was born in November, is preparing to release his fifth album Bitter Sweet Love in January.
And he thinks it’s much better because he’s a father.
During a question and answer session in London on Wednesday evening, he said: “My perspective changed when I became a father.
“I was on this selfish, complacent quest for validation and recognition for my music. Why don’t people give me my flowers? And all these things.
“When you have a child, you have something like an ego death, like: What are you doing? It’s silly to have people who don’t care about you care so much about external things.”
James, who will release a new single from the album, “Just Us,” next Friday, added: “It was good for me as someone who was on a selfish chase.”
He teased fans that he might think he sounds different on the album and the reason for that is because it’s difficult for him to play the songs.
James explained below that he had just finished a US tour when he went into the studio and his voice was “shot” – meaning some tracks are much deeper than he normally sings.
He explained: “That’s why I’m having problems with some keys.
“My voice is usually higher than some of the records I’ve recorded.
“A lot of these songs are recorded in an octave that’s a little more comfortable. Then when you feel that rush of adrenaline, you think, “Shit, that should be two keys higher than it is,” so it requires a lot more control than you want to exercise during an exercise as intense as this. ”
I’m sure he’ll make it in time for his sold-out tour of the UK and Ireland next March.
U2 track starts job in city
U2 are back with a new single called “Atomic City” to celebrate the start of their show in Las Vegas tonight.
The group will play the first of 25 shows at the Sphere in Sin City and has released the song as a tribute to the post-punk music of the ’70s.
Jax Jones has also released a single titled “Won’t Forget You,” while Raye recorded a new version of K-pop group Aespa’s song “Better Things” following their headlining show at London’s O2 Arena last night.
There are also lots of new albums to discover this weekend.
British soul darling Beverley Knight’s first album in seven years, The Fifth Chapter, has been released, as has American singer-songwriter LP’s album Love Lines.
And there are debuts from British Eurovision contestant Mae Muller with “Sorry I’m Late” and dance star Karen Harding with “Take Me Somewhere.”
Sob story for the Kylie gig audience
KYLIE MINOGUE was moved to tears during an intimate show.
She played the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London on Wednesday, her first performance there in 25 years.
After singing the track “Story” from her new album “Tension” for the first time, Kylie turned away from the crowd and said: “I’m going to cry now.
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“I can get emotional in these moments, period. But if it’s a new song, it’s this song. . . Forget it. I have a sparkle in my eyes.”
The show was a one-off event for Virgin Media O2 Priority customers, but also attracted celebrities including Louise Redknapp, Alison Hammond, Michelle Visage, Rylan Clark, Kimberley Walsh, Alex Scott and Graham Norton.