However, even in her overwhelmed state, she still managed to throw a bit of shade at Grammys boss Neil Portnow, after his comments about female artists, in the wake of last year's male-heavy show. 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.
Lipa continued, "For anyone who hasn't realized how special they are to have a different story or background, just know that no matter where you're from, never let that get in the way of your dreams". 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.
'I want to say a really big thank you to my fans who've allowed me to be the best version of myself'.
PSG serve Solskjaer a stark lesson
Matters turned from bad to worse, though, when Paul Pogba picked up a second yellow card late into the match. When you play at home and you can not keep the ball, you're always in trouble and that's what happened.
After winning two awards at the 2019 GRAMMYs, Dua Lipa subtly outed Neil Portnow, the president of the Recording Academy.
As Lipa went backstage after her Grammy win, she took the time to clarify her "stepped up" comments.
"Being in the New Artist category and having so many female artists nominated is a big change. It felt right to be able to do that because they were artists I love and admire and I'm so honored to be able to share that moment with them".
The investigators have not said how they believe Michael Sanchez came into possession of his sister's intimate messages. Michael Sanchez did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment on Monday.
Solskjaer was in no mood to pull his punches with the Chilean, saying: "I can't do anything about Alexis Sanchez". It made a bad situation worse for United since he will now miss the second leg due to suspension.
The free flow of people and goods across the frontier has been an important measure upholding Northern Ireland's peace deal. Prime Minister Theresa May gives a statement about progress on Brexit talks to MPs in the the House of Commons, London .
Bowler Gabriel was confronted by the England captain but no formal complaint was made about his language. As a player you feel you have responsibilities to uphold on the field and I stand by what I did.
Ofgem cited increasing wholesale gas and electricity costs as the key motivation behind raising the cap. It said the allowance for wholesale costs now makes up more than a third (£521) of the overall cap.
Lloyds apologises after customers locked out of online accounts
Some could not pay and transfer money online, while others were not able to confirm whether funds were arriving in their account. A Lloyds spokesperson said: 'We are aware that some of our customers are experiencing problem accessing our online services.
OPEC cuts 2019 oil demand forecast on global slowdown
Those fears dissipated after Washington eventually granted waivers allowing several countries to continue to import Iranian oil. Concerns are also being raised about the sustainability of the OPEC-led supply cuts which include Russian Federation .
Post-Brexit UK ready to use ‘hard power’
The announcement was made by Gavin Williamson , the Defence Secretary , in a speech on Monday at the Royal United Services Institute , a Defence and Security think-tank.
Australia refuse to play ODIs in Pakistan
The five-match series will kick off both team's preparation for the ICC World Cup 2019 to be held in England from May 30-July 14. I think elections are going on in India , so nothing is going to happen in the near future.