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This Choreography Set To Dua Lipa's 'IDGAF' Is Fire AF

The duet is pretty damn perfect.

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Dua Lip has already had quite the start to 2018. Last week, the singer was blown away by the news that she made BRIT Awards history. The BRITs, for those unfamiliar, are essentially England's version of the Grammy Awards. Lipa received the most nominations ever for a female solo artist and more nominations than anyone else in 2018. She also recently released an official video for her track "IDGAF" from her self-titled debut album. The song and video, which focus on the theme of self-love and individual empowerment, quickly became a fan favorite

It's no surprise that her catchy tracks with empowering messaging have inspired choreographers to create routines set to her positive songs. When Lipa's "New Rules" started getting stuck in everyone's heads last year, choreographer Brian Esperon took it to the dance floor. Now Los Angeles-based dancer and choreographer Kyle Hanagami has used "IDGAF" as the backtrack for an amazing routine for his dance students. 

Hanagami has previously impressed us with choreography set to songs like Adele's "Love in the Dark," Bruno Mars's "24K Magic," and Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You," so of course that these new moves are also fantastic. And his students certainly know how to nail them.  

Check it out in the video below:

Cover image via Christian Bertrand /


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