She was awarded the gong for Best Pop Act at the BRIT Awards 2022.
And Dua Lipa took to Instagram on Tuesday night to celebrate her win and thank her fans with a slew of snaps.
The singer, 26, explained that she was unable to attend the ceremony as she was busy rehearsing for her upcoming tour in Miami.
Winner! Dua Lipa took to Instagram on Tuesday night to celebrate her BRIT Award win for Best Pop Act and thank her fans with a slew of snaps
She shared several shots of her behind-the-scenes practicing and celebrating her win with friends.
In one snap she wore a tight-fitting green t-shirt which clung to her lithe figure, with a sparkly leather skirt and her long brown locks in stylish waves.
Captioning the string of photos, she gushed: ‘wowowow!! BEST POP ACT @brits !!!!’
‘Thank you so so much to everyone who voted!!! Although we would’ve all loved to be in London celebrating with you like this – we’ve been rehearsing so we can put on a killer show for you all!!
‘So grateful to do what I love everyday with people I love,’ she signed off.
She also took to her Instagram Stories to thank her followers for their support, writing: ‘CAN’T BELIEVE THIS!!!! Thank you so much to everyone who voted!! I love you!!!!’
The ceremony kicked off at 8pm on ITV and was presented by Mo Gilligan for the first time, with Maya Jama hosting the red carpet.
The show got off to a bang with a spectacular theatrical performance from Ed with a new version of Bad Habits, for which he was joined by special guests Bring Me The Horizon.
With medleys and music legends at the heart of the BRITs on-stage performances, Anne-Marie – who fell over during her performance – and KSI along with Digital Farm Animals delivered a show-stopping three song set whilst rock royalty Liam Gallagher braved a helicopter to the O2 arena to perform his new single Everything’s Electric.
The 2022 BRIT Awards was truly Adele’s night and she performed a stripped-back version of her power-ballad I Drink Wine before winning three awards, bringing her complete tally of BRIT trophies to 12 since winning the first ever Rising Star award in 2008.
Adele was presented with the prestigious Mastercard Album of the Year for the third time, having won for her previous two albums in 2012 and 2016 – the only solo artist in BRITs history to have won this award three times.
The songstress also became the first ever recipient of the BRITs’ inaugural Artist of the Year award, with her third victory claimed with the win for Song of the Year for Easy On Me.
International Group went to Silk Sonic – the collaborative superduo consisting of US artists Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak.
Making her BRITs debut both on stage with an electrifying two-song performance, and in this year’s shortlists, Little Simz was presented with Best New Artist, beating off competition from Central Cee, Griff, Joy Crookes and Self Esteem.
She was joined on stage by actress Emma Corrin. The Mercury Prize winning London band Wolf Alice won Best Group, the second year they had been nominated in this category.