Dua Lipa Makes Jaws Drop in Daring Low-Cut Dress at Time100 Gala

The 'Dance the Night' singer, who is named as one of Time100's Most Influential People of 2024, looks stunning in a custom Chanel gown that stands out when she hits the red carpet.

AceShowbiz - Dua Lipa made other people's jaws drop while attending a recent public event. When making an appearance at the Time100 Gala, the "Dance the Night" songstress looked stunning in a daring low-cut dress.

On Thursday, April 25, the 28-year-old British singer/songwriter attended the event, which took place in New York City. For the special occasion, she opted to wear a custom Chanel dress that stood out when she hit the red carpet.

Dua flaunted her fit physique in the white floral lace gown that came with a very plunging neckline and cut-out on the wearer's stomach. The dress also featured two long sleeves and a black bow, which had flower-shaped embellishments on it. The gown was long enough to reach the floor as she walked, covering her high heels.

The "New Rules" hitmaker enhanced the look with a number of sparkling jewelry pieces, including a silver necklace. She also put on several matching rings and polished her fingernails with a shimmering dark gray nail gel. In addition, her long red tresses cascaded down her chest. She styled them in beach waves and parted them in the middle.

Dua attended the event as she was revealed as one of Time100's Most Influential People of 2024. She received the honor in the middle of her preparation for the release of her third studio album titled "Radical Optimism", which is set to be launched on May 3.

About writing the upcoming record, Dua shared, "It's the beauty of the chaos and trying to stay calm through it. Listening over and over and feeling like, 'How do I wanna tell the story?' I always go for the most upbeat ones to introduce people to the record. I can just keep on dancing and keep people dancing. And I rewrote so many of those parts."

"But also, working with Kevin, Danny, Tobias and Caroline over such a long period of time made it feel like a band," the "Training Season" singer continued. "And staying optimistic is important. Anything can happen. Quick, make a new video, quick, re-record this part. Trying to create a world in a different way and sonically."

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