Dua Lipa Suffers from Imposter Syndrome

Dua Lipa Suffers from Imposter Syndrome (News Central TV)

British and Albanian singer, songwriter and pop star, Dua Lipa has revealed that she suffers from imposter syndrome during an interview on Sunday, December 4.

The 27-year-old who found fame in music through YouTube said she finds artists who have been stricken with self-doubt inspiring.

In her words, she said: “A lot of the time, I get so inspired by artists that have quite a lot of self-doubt or darkness. I’m like, ‘Oh my God, do I have to feel this much pain to be good at what I do? That is sometimes what I think. Sometimes imposter syndrome can get the better of me, especially when I’m writing.”

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Dua Lipa Suffers from Imposter Syndrome (News Central TV)

The “Levitating” artiste, Dua Lipa also added she also fears her acting won’t be up to scratch when she is under pressure to portray emotional states on camera. Stating that the best way to work is to have fun while creating it and enjoy yourself.

“That’s the best way to discover yourself as well, rather than throwing yourself in the deep end with something you can’t completely tackle head-on.

“My biggest so fear would be taking on a really big role and being like, ‘Now I have to be an actor and feel all these emotions on camera.’


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