Well, here is something really cool. British sensation Dua Lipa and Australian even-bigger-sensation Troye Sivan singing a cover of Mark Ronson’s ‘Somebody To Love Me‘ live at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA. The performance was in mid-November.
Lipa was Sivan’s supporting act during the November dates of his North American tour. The Tabernacle was the last concert the pair performed together.
And what is so cool about this performance is how effortless it looks, with the duo just seeming to casually sing and dance around the stage. With an entire audience watching, of course.
Watch them below. You can pick up Dua Lipa’s latest single ‘Be The One‘ and Troye Sivan’s debut album Blue Neighborhood on most major music sites.
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