Dua Lipa's Grammys Performance Was Full Post-Vaccine Club Energy

Me, when that shot hits.

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Like you and me, Dua Lipa is ready for this pandemic to be over and hit the club. On Sunday, the singer proved just how much with a performance of “Levitating” and “Don’t Start Now” the 2021 Grammys that screamed "post-vaccine energy." Note her slew of glittery pink disco looks (custom Versace, no less), sparkly magenta eyeshadow, and moves that personified "I'm three drinks on the dance floor, I've hugged 12 strangers, and I haven't hand sanitized once." We love to see it (and cannot wait to experience it).

63rd annual grammy awards – telecast

How it started.

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63rd annual grammy awards – telecast

How it's going.'

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When your vaccine group opens up.

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63rd annual grammy awards – telecast

When the second shot hits.

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The internet was so obsessed with the ~ club vibes ~ of it all, and that Lipa brought her dancing A-game to the award show, that "Dula Peep" (her Wendy Williams-prescribed nickname) quickly began tredning on Twitter.

See the best reactions to Dua's performance, Sharpay comparisons and all. And best of luck to the singer who is nominated in six categories, including Album of the Year, tonight. May we all celebrate her wins in a club soon.

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As Marie Claire’s Entertainment Director, Neha oversees pop culture, celebrity, and current events features with a focus on elevating diverse voices and stories in film and television. She also oversees the brand's print and digital covers as well as book and produces MC's video franchises. She loves a hot-take, hates TV reboots, and is always happy to discuss reality television. Before joining Marie Claire, she held positions at Glamour, Brides, Condé Nast, and Mashable, and is a graduate of the Columbia School of Journalism.