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Dua Lipa Dances the Night Away in Music Video for Her ‘Barbie’ Soundtrack Addition


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Few upcoming films have the cultural cachet that the Barbie makes a movie. From the memes, to the visuals, to the complaints – it’s doing very well in the pop culture parthenon. Now it’s set to get even bigger with the release of pop star Dua Lipa’s video for her new song “Dance The Night,” from the official Barbie soundtrack.

The basis of making the video seems to be a kind of meta-note related to the meta-awareness of the events. Is it a good song? I’m not the one to ask but it seems like something people would do while having a backyard barbecue or looking for a new sweater at Macy’s.

The song is performed by Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt, and the Picard Brothers, and is full of pink and a bunch of disco balls. Director Greta Gerwig will even make an appearance at the end of the video. Here is the appropriately titled first song from the soundtrack Barbie album, which includes tracks from artists such as Haim, Ice Spice and Tame Impala. Other artists include Nicki Minaj, Ava Max, Charli Xcx, Dominic Fike, Kali, Karol G, Khalid, Lizzo and Ryan Gosling himself.

Dua Lipa will also appear in the film, as mermaid Barbie. She told Elle The film centers around “the idea of ​​what perfection should be.

“The film – and there’s a lot of diversity in the cast – is pushing exactly the buttons it pushes, maybe, and it shows a different story,” she said.

Barbie stars Margot Robbie, Ryan Gosling, Michael Cera, Simu Liu and a score of other recognizable names. Barbie and Barbie the soundtrack released on 21 July.

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Jon Silman

Jon Silman

Jon Silman (wait, that was the old me) is a funny and hard-nosed newspaper reporter. Now he writes mostly about Brie Larson and how the MCU is nosediving faster than that ‘Black Adam’ movie did. He has a Zelda tattoo (well, Link) and an insatiable love of the show ‘Below Deck.’

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