It was an all-girl line up in the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge and it was absolutely incredible.
Dua Lipa called on her musical pals Charli XCX, Zara Larsson, MØ and Alma to give the performance of a lifetime in the Live Lounge, with the woman collaborating for a unique performance of her track IDGAF.
Shortly after it aired, Charlie XCX took to Twitter to share her gratitude at the fact Dua had invited her to be part of her performance. Dua, we kind of want to thank you too.
She wrote: ‘Collaborating with people has always been my favourite thing to do, but collaborating with women puts me on some kind of magical power shit.
‘Women together are powerful and wild and beautiful and fucking fun! Being a part of Dua’s live lounge with Mo, Alma and Zara was really special and exciting.’
Charlie added: ‘We are all different artists with different stories to tell but coming together to scream IDGAF at the top of my lungs with 4 other women I deeply respect felt empowering and really fucking good. Thank you Dua for having me.’
Dua herself took to Twitter to reveal the performance had been recorded while they were all in LA with a throwback snap of her female crew.
Dua wrote: ‘We did a special @BBCR1 live lounge for you while we were in LA! So lucky had my girls @zaralarsson @MOMOMOYOUTH @almacyber @charli_xcx with me singing IDGAF! Watch full video on youtube! BRITS DAY!!!’
Dua Lipa is in line for an award at tonight’s Brits, having been nominated for breakthrough artist, album of the year, video of the year, female solo artist, and single.
The Brit Awards air tonight from 8pm on ITV.