Dua Lipa brings the girl squad to the BRIT Awards with 140 back-up dancers in iconic New Rules performance

"Isn't she just inspirational."

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Dua Lipa took to the stage at the BRIT Awards on Wednesday night (February 21) to perform her hit single 'New Rules' - and it's safe to say that fans were absolutely loving it.

The most-nominated artist of the night had already bagged the award for Best British Female Artist - accepting the award from an oddly matched Millie Bobby Brown and Kylie Minogue - when she took to the stage to perform her 2017 anthem.

But she wasn't alone. Oh no.

Joined by 140 back-up dancers, the 'IDGAF' singer took to the stage to perform the ubiquitous routine also seen in the 'New Rules' video.

Viewers on Twitter were totally feeling the return - and multiplication - of the girl squad:

"Dua Lipa's win, speech, and massive girl squad is all you need to watch and hear from the Brit Awards," said one viewer.

"The set design for Dua Lipa right now at the BRITs is a bit of me," said another.

"Isn't she just inspirational," a third wrote. "When you are comfortable listening to music that your daughters listen to then you know it's a class artist."

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Overall, Dua Lipa won two of her five nominations, including Best Female Artist and Breakthrough Artist, for which she brought her brother and sister onto the stage.

Let the Dua Lipa reign commence.

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