Nas soon as the photograph was published on social media, many Palermo fans went crazy. And how can you blame them? The English pop star of Kosovar origins Dua Lipa actually posed wearing the football team’s t-shirt.
Dua Lipa: Palermo shirt and Puma testimonial
The singer was in fact chosen as Puma testimonial. He launched with the famous brand a new shoe: the “Puma Mayze Dua Lipa”. The pink version of the shoes then prompted the company to sponsor also the shirt of Palermoalso from the Puma brand.
Here is the reason for this shot. Which, evidently, it doesn’t talk about a football faith, but about an important marketing operation between Dua Lipa and Puma.
The enthusiasm of the Palermo fans
But it doesn’t matter if it’s not a sporting lineup. Palermo fans they immediately filled the Instagram post with comments in favor of the pop star.
There are those who consider this collaboration incredible: «The multiverse is a concept we know little about». But also those hoping for a concert by the artist in the city. «2024 concert at the Renzo Barbera stadium! I believe it!».
But not only. Some ask the coach to call her up for the next matches. “I beg you sign her instead of Mateju». In short. Everyone loves Dua Lipa. Palermo Calcio included.
The return with Houdini
These days the artist is preparing his return to the stage. In fact after the enormous success of his latest project Future Nostalgia, Dua is all set to return with a new single titled Houdini. The highly anticipated song will be released worldwide on November 10th and will reveal the new musical worlds he wants to undertake.
After the latest global success Dance the Night – made for the film Barbie – now the pop star (winner of three Grammy Awards, six BRIT Awards and two American Music Awards) is one of the most influential protagonists of the world music scene.
To announce the arrival of this new song, the singer published the cover of this song on her social networks which depicts her while licks his reflection in the mirror with his tongue. All after continuously posting and deleting cryptic teasers on his social media over the last two weeks. A way, perhaps, to refer to Harry Houdinithe iconic Hungarian-American illusionist who probably inspired her for this piece.
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