EMILY PRESCOTT: Dua Lipa loves a remix… for dessert! ‘I get vanilla ice cream and I put on olive oil and sea salt’
Dua Lipa loves a remix… and not just in her music.
The English-Albanian singer, who mixed several Elton John songs for her 2021 No. 1 Cold Heart, appears to be taking a similar approach to ice cream.
Speaking to Radio 1 Breakfast Show DJ Greg James, the pop star, below, she said she hated both chocolate ice cream and Italian gelato before revealing: ‘I get vanilla ice cream and I put olive oil on it, and sea salt.’
She’s well on her way to turning the topping into a cult product, saying, “So many people I’ve shown it to, I’ve turned to the dark side.”
Dua Lipa told BBC Radio 1 DJ Greg James that she hated both chocolate ice cream and Italian gelato before revealing: ‘I get vanilla ice cream and I put olive oil on it, and sea salt’
The English-Albanian singer says her strange topping is becoming a cult item, saying: ‘So many people I’ve shown it to, I’ve brought the dark side’
So it’s Cancel Culture Club
Boy George has taken his feud with drummer Jon Moss to a new level by removing his former bandmate (and ex-lover) from Culture Club history.
New merchandise has been released in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the band’s Color By Numbers album, but something – or rather, someone – is missing. A T-shirt, right, which mimics the original album cover, top right, depicts George and bandmates Roy Hay and Mikey Craig – but Jon is nowhere to be seen.
Earlier this year, Culture Club were forced to pay Moss £1.75 million to settle a legal battle after he claimed he had been kicked out of the band.
Boy George (right) has taken his feud with drummer Jon Moss (inset below) to a new level by removing his former bandmate – and ex-lover – from Culture Club history
Moss is notably missing from the 1980s hitmakers’ latest merchandise
Princess Margaret had a carefully curated collection of jewelry that was often considered contradictory and avant-garde, so I’m sure she would be happy that her granddaughter Lady Margarita Armstrong-Jones inherited her idiosyncratic taste.
Jewelry design student Margarita has unveiled her latest creation for brand Matita: a green-and-white necklace strung with corals that look disturbingly like shark teeth. Margarita, 21, says: ‘Message me if you dare to buy.’ Maybe the queen will brave it…