Dua Lipa to Debut as an Actress in the Upcoming ‘Barbie’ Movie and Likely to Record the Theme Song for It
Confirmed: Dua Lipa to Make Acting Debut as Blue-Haired Mermaid Barbie in Upcoming Movie
Fans can finally rejoice as the rumor that Dua Lipa would be starring in the upcoming Barbie movie has now been officially confirmed. In December, there were whispers about the “Don’t Start Now” singer taking on an acting role in the new film, and now it’s official.
The verified account for the movie tweeted out posters featuring the cast of the upcoming movie, which includes Lipa alongside other big names such as Margot Robbie, Ryan Gosling, Michael Cera, Will Ferrell, Emma Mackey, and more. Dua Lipa will play the character of a blue-haired mermaid version of Barbie, which is sure to be a unique and exciting role for the singer to undertake.
According to the Daily Mail, the rumors about Lipa recording the theme song for the movie are also true, although an official source has yet to confirm this news.
While the details about the movie are still under wraps, it’s no doubt an impressive project for Dua Lipa to be a part of, given the star-studded cast and the fact that this will mark her debut as an actress.
Aside from her upcoming acting stint, Lipa has also been keeping fans updated about her third album’s progress. In a recent interview, the singer mentioned that she had been working on the album and that the process had taken some unexpected turns.
Lipa, who is a Warner Music artist, has previously expressed her excitement about the new album’s direction, saying that it’s starting to sound cohesive. Fans can expect to hear more details about the album in the coming months, and with Lipa’s undeniable talent, it’s sure to be a hit.
In the meantime, fans can look forward to seeing Dua Lipa in her debut acting role and hearing her potentially record the theme song for the upcoming Barbie movie. As an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group, Uproxx will no doubt be eagerly following Lipa’s every move as she continues to make waves in both the music and film industries.