Dua Lipa: Even after I won the 'Grammy', there were people who were skeptical about my talent
During an interview for Attitude magazine, Dua Lipa admitted that she had to fight with her negative emotions and her mental health after being ridiculed online in 2018 through a satirical video where she appeared dancing.
"I experienced stress when I released my first album and it was definitely something that made me anxious and upset and I felt like I wasn't good enough to be on stage."
Even after the dance video went viral, the singer won two Grammy Awards for "Best Young Artist" and "Best Rhythmic Song" in 2019, although there were still skeptics who doubted her.
"Even after the Grammys, some people were skeptical: 'Well, she does not deserve it,'" she said.
Dua further explained that this situation turned into a stressful situation. '' I was climbing on stage and if someone was shooting me, in my head I was saying, 'Oh, they're filming me because they want to keep that video.' "I thought, 'They're going to film it so they can laugh at me or something,'" she told Attitude.
Dua further explained that this difficult moment has made her stronger and have more confidence in her talent and abilities. After this moment, in her career Dua Lipa has known only climbing.
She released her second album "Future Nostalgia" in March, which won widespread acclaim from music critics and continues to be at the top of the world charts.