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Dua Lipa stuns in a busty mini dress for AMAs red carpet before winning best pop song

Dua Lipa stuns in a busty starfish dress for 2020 AMAs remote red carpet before winning best pop song and accepting her award from London

Dua Lipa couldn’t be in Los Angeles for the 2020 American Music Awards, but she certainly made waves from across the Atlantic.

The British star was in London during the big event but made sure to be photographed walking her own personal red carpet at the Royal Albert Hall. 

Dua, 25, dazzled in a starfish embellished mini dress from Versace and platform heels.

Dua Lipa stunned on the 2020 AMAs red carpet on Sunday night. She was photographed in London while the ceremony took place in Los Angeles

Styled by Lorenzo Posocco, the playful look was paired with chunky gold jewelry and a matching barrette. 

The skimpy frock featured jewel-encrusted shells around the bust and a pink frilly trim on the hem.

The English songstress won the award for Favorite Pop/Rock song for her track Don’t Start Now and made her acceptance speech from London via remote link.

After her win, Dua went on to perform her hit Levitating in a skimpy blue mini dress.  

The actual ceremony took place at the Microsoft Theater in LA with Taraji P. Henson hosting and plenty of performances throughout the night.

Fun look: Dua, 25, dazzled in a starfish embellished mini dress from Versace and platform heels

Fun look: Dua, 25, dazzled in a starfish embellished mini dress from Versace and platform heels

Fun look: Dua, 25, dazzled in a starfish embellished mini dress from Versace and platform heels

London girl: Styled by Lorenzo Posocco, the playful look was paired with chunky gold jewelry and a matching barrette

London girl: Styled by Lorenzo Posocco, the playful look was paired with chunky gold jewelry and a matching barrette

Despite rising COVID-19 numbers rising across the country, there was a limited audience in attendance at the event as organizers for the award show took several precautions to make it as safe an event as possible.

A Dick Clark Productions spokesperson told Rolling Stone on Saturday: ‘We have rigorous Covid-19 safety guidelines and protocols in place — approved by the unions and with guidance from L.A. County Department of Public Health — that are beyond what is required.’

Anyone who is entering the venue was tested in advanced and will continue to be tested throughout the production until wrap.

Winner: The English songstress won the award for Favorite Pop/Rock song for her track Don't Start Now and made her acceptance speech from London via remote link

Winner: The English songstress won the award for Favorite Pop/Rock song for her track Don’t Start Now and made her acceptance speech from London via remote link

Facial coverings were also required for anyone not on stage inside of the venue with the one exception being background dancers who will also be required to wear masks.

The production spokesperson told the music publication: ‘Everyone inside our footprint, with the exception of artists on stage who are singing or speaking, will be wearing facial coverings and maintain social distancing at all times.

‘When artists are not on stage singing, presenting, or accepting an award, they will be wearing personal protective equipment (PPE). Additionally, we disinfect our set every evening and in between performances during pre-production, rehearsals and in the live show.’

Out of this world: After her win, Dua went on to perform her hit Levitating in a skimpy blue mini dress

Out of this world: After her win, Dua went on to perform her hit Levitating in a skimpy blue mini dress

Beauty: The singer looked camera ready in a glittery frock and matching boots

Beauty: The singer looked camera ready in a glittery frock and matching boots

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