Dua Lipa & St. Vincent Perform "Masseduction"/"One Kiss" Mashup at Grammys

St. Vincent Dua Lipa 2019 Grammy Awards Performance

St. Vincent Dua Lipa 2019 Grammy Awards Performance

Last year, following complaints the nominations were dominated by men, Portnow suggested women should "step up". While Dua Lipa may not feel super new to us (I'm sorry, where was her Grammy for "IDGAF"?!), she's technically a new artist.

The New Rules hitmaker was one of only a smattering of United Kingdom acts to make it on to the event's shortlist.

While Ariana, 25, wasn't at the Grammy Awards - which were hosted by Alicia Keys at LA's Staples Centre - she scooped the Best Pop Vocal Album for her record "Sweetener" and used Twitter to admit she was still delighted to have won.

The synth-pop star beat out fellow Londoner Jorja Smith along with rising pop singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha and the enigmatic R&B performer H.E.R.

In February 2018, Lipa won two BRIT Awards for British Female Solo Artist and British Breakthrough Act.

Asked about 21's situation backstage at the Grammys 2019, Dua said she finds it "upsetting, given that he hasn't actually done anything".

"And I'm proof that you can do whatever you put your mind to". In 2018, the singer attended the Grammys after party in a handsome white dress, but this year, we got to witness what she brings to the actual Grammys red carpet. "[They need] to step up because I think they would be welcome".

Unfortunately, Lipa's speech was cut short before she could get all of her words in.

The musician was arrested on in Atlanta, Georgia, after being accused by the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) of overstaying his visa and being in the country illegally.