The singer was nominated for two awards on Sunday night
The "Houdini" singer, 28, electrified the stage on Sunday as she debuted her new single "Training Season" during an electric opening medley.
The musician hit the stage in a leather fit while surrounded by several dancers to open the show, before walking through the crowd and working her way into recent single "Houdini." The performance was complete with blue stage lights and plenty of group choreography throughout.
Earlier in the night, the Barbie soundtrack was awarded best compilation soundtrack for visual media and Billie Eilish took home best song written for visual media for her track on it.
The "1970s-era psychedelia" inspired project is one she said will pivot from her traditional disco sound but one that won't "alienate" fans. Lipa has also taken control of her music by purchasing the publishing rights to her own catalog.
"I think it's just something I've always wanted — to be in control of my own music, and I think all young artists should really understand the business behind music, especially in the beginning," she said while appearing on the Audacy Check In podcast.
"I think it's incredibly important, and so to be able to have all the rights back to my music feels really good," she added. "You know, it's my life's work, so it's cool to be the person who says what happens with it."
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