Why Dua Lipa was one of festival season's biggest breakout acts

George Garner

The rise and rise of Dua Lipa continues. Between the release of her self-titled debut album in June, which has sold 74,371 copies to date according to the Official Charts Company, and racking up her first No.1 single with New Rules last month, the star has already had a remarkable year.

Within this, however, there is one moment that stands as the defining image of her campaign so far: the sight of thousands of people orbiting outside a tent trying ...

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