Dua Lipa Fans Think She Just Secretly Teased Her Next Single

By Rebekah Gonzalez

January 23, 2024

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Did Dua Lipa just tease the title of her next song? Fans are convinced that the pop star secretly had the title of the song in one of her recent Instagram posts. On Monday, January 22nd, Dua shared some photos from her rehearsal for the upcoming Grammy Awards.

In the photo, Dua lifts her hand out from under her sweatshirt to take a mirror selfie. Dedicated fans zoomed in on the photo to reveal the words "Training Season" on the sweater, which they believe to be the name of a new song. Fans also looked to the writing on the mirror in the photo which partially reads, "Track 2 Houdini," referring to the only single Dua has released from the new album so far.

"I’m assuming in the mirror training season could be track 1, Houdini is track 2, and the album titles hidden. IT’S EXCITING!!!!!" one fan commented on a Twitter post by Pop Crave.

In another photo shared in the same post, Dua is seen hanging out with pop darling Charli XCX, which has fans hoping for a collaboration between the artists. However, in a follow-up story after Dua's Rolling Stone cover story, the pop star revealed that there will be no featured artists on her highly-anticipated third album. "Sometimes it's hard to explain to someone your vision," Dua said. "It's also hard to envision someone on it."

Rolling Stone also described a few of the tracks from Dua's forthcoming third album. "The dreamy, midtempo track plays out like an updated take on Gwen Stefani's "Cool." In the lyrics, she compliments her ex's new relationship, calling his new girlfriend "really pretty," and she finds peace as he moves on: 'I must have loved you more than I ever knew... I'm not mad/ I'm not hurt/ You got everything you deserve,''" Brittany Spanos wrote of the song.

Dua's third album has yet to receive a title or official release date but will be released sometime this year.

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