By Bryce Luff, Perthnow.com.au
16th November 2022 – (Perth) Dua Lipa has been spotted enjoying some downtime at a Perth favourite ahead of her tour-ending performance at RAC Arena on Wednesday night.
The British pop princess behind chart-topping tracks including New Rules and Levitating was pictured relaxing at The Shorehouse about 5pm on Tuesday.
She cut a relaxed figure as she enjoyed a meal and chatted with members of her entourage at the beachside restaurant.
And she also took in some sun and sand, sharing a selfie at the beach wearing a colourful polka-dot, midriff-baring outfit and showing off WA’s world-famous pristine waters on a day the city surged to 28.8C.
The snaps were taken in Swanbourne, which is home to one of WA’s nude-friendly beaches.
She generously stopped for photos with fans and also met up with Perth-raised pop sensation Troye Sivan, with the pair watching the sunset together.
The Grammy award winner’s private jet touched down in Perth just before noon and she was met by a contingent of media and eager fans.
The 27-year-old will hit the stage at RAC Arena on Wednesday night on what will be the final date of the Oceania leg of her global Future Nostalgia tour.
Lipa’s global jaunt began in February and has included stops in Canada, the US, Hungary, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Aukland and multiple Aussie arenas.
She’s made the most of her time Down Under too, including hitting the clubs in Melbourne in a bright fishnet dress as well as visiting Perth last month to watch Tame Impala.
“So happy I get to catch the last leg of the ‘Rushium’ tour!” she shared with her 87 million Instagram followers.
She has also addressed talk she would perform at the Qatar World Cup, where the host nation has been put under pressure over its treatment of foreign workers and social laws.
“There is currently a lot of speculation that I will be performing at the opening ceremony of the World Cup in Qatar,” she said.
“I will not be performing and nor have I ever been involved in any negotiation to perform.
“I will be cheering England on from afar and I look forward to visiting Qatar when it has fulfilled all the human rights pledges it made when it won the right to host the World Cup.”