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Watch Troye Sivan, Dua Lipa Cover Mark Ronson’s ‘Somebody to Love Me’

Pair performed the Boy George-led track while touring together this fall

Rising pop stars Troye Sivan and Dua Lipa performed an electfiying cover of Mark Ronson’s “Somebody to Love Me” while on tour together. On the original track, Boy George sings lead vocals. 

Recorded during the last stop on Sivan and Lipa’s tour, Sivan opened up the song solo before inviting Lipa onstage to join him. Shrouded in blue light, the pair strutted and danced while singing the dance-pop song to one another. Towards the end of their duet, they start doing a little bit of karaoke, swaying in time and even doing a bit of the “Macarena.”

Sivan released his debut album, Blue Neighbourhood, in December 2015. His fall Suburbia tour was his third headlining tour and Lipa opened for the second half. Lipa, the U.K. soul singer, is slated to release her debut studio album on February 10th, following the success of singles “Hotter Than Hell” and “Blow Your Mind (Mwah).”

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