Dua Lipa appeared with Calvin Harris on Graham Norton last night.
Shes taken the world by storm with her New Rules and IDGAF attitude, and her most recent collaboration with the Scottish DJ – titled One Kiss – will likely be the song of the summer.
Where is the songstress from though, and how did she break into the music scene?
The singer-songwriter, 22, had a wonderful 2017 in the music charts after only releasing her first album last June.
The London native was born to Albanian parents from Kosovo who immigrated in the 1990s, and in 2008 her family returned to Kosovo.
Dua Lipa is actually her real name – her fathers name is Dukagjin Lipa.
When she was 15, she returned to the UK in the hope of becoming a singer.
Dua Lipa has been a regular chart topper since 2015, but she has been uploading covers to YouTube since she was only 14-years-old.
In 2015 she was signed Warner Music Group and in August that year released her first single New Love, but her first hit was with Be The One in October 2015.
New Rules topped the UKs streaming charts on Spotify as she was the UKs most-streamed female artists of 2017.
Incredibly, she beat Beyonce and Taylor Swift to become Spotifys most-streamed female of 2017.
New Rules is a musical instruction manual for people tempted to contact their exes, and was streamed 464 million times worldwide in 2017.
Dua Lipa released her self-titled debut studio album in 2017 and the album reached number 5 in the UK as well as number 3 in Ireland.
She has also had 453 million streams for Scared To Be Lonely in 2017 too.
Dua Lipa is estimated to be worth $3 million (£2.2 million), according to Celebrity Net Worth.
She has amassed her fortune from record sales, touring and working as a model too.
Her stock continues to rise on the global stage after she toured as an opening act with Bruno Mars and Coldplay this year.
Dua won British Breakthrough Artist and British Female Solo Artist at the Brit Awards this year and last yearwas nominated for a Teen Choice Award for Choice Breakthrough Artist also.