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Dua Lipa's 'Studio 2054' Guest List Just Added a Lot More VIP Guests

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Surely you thought Dua Lipa wasn't done announcing the A-list lineup for Friday's (Nov. 27) "Studio 2054" livestream event? After the "Levitating" singer revealed on Tuesday that her pop queen Kylie Minogue will be joining her for the "multi-dimensional live performance" shot at a massive warehouse, Dua tripled down on Wednesday (Nov. 25) by announcing a ton more headline talent.

In addition to Elton John, the singer revealed that she'll also be joined by Angele, Bad Bunny, FKA Twigs, J Balvin, Tainy and her "Prisoner" collaborator, Miley Cyrus. "It’s my absolute pleasure and honor to announce Elton John will be joining me at Studio 2054 this Friday," Lipa said in a statement. "A one of a kind global musical icon, singer songwriter and flawless performer, it’s going to be spectacular! He is truly musical royalty and I am elated that we will be appearing together.”

John added, "I loved speaking to Dua when we met up to talk on Instagram Live a few weeks ago, she is incredibly smart and talented. So when she asked me to be part of Studio 2054 I said 'yes!' in a heartbeat. It's amazing to be part of a live performance when live music just isn't happening right now, and especially in such a colorful and creative way. If you're going to do virtual live music then this is the way to do it."

The event, which promises to be a "celebration of the unconventional and unique," will have Dua Lipa moving through a series of custom-built sets that the release said will include: surreal tv shows, roller discos, ecstatic raves, trashy rocker hang outs, voguing ballrooms and diva style dressing rooms.

The pop star will have plenty to celebrate on Friday, since she was nominated for six Grammy Awards on Tuesday, including for album of the year and best pop vocal album (Future Nostalgia), song and record of the year and best pop solo performance (“Don’t Start Now”) and best pop duo/group performance for her collaboration with Balvin, Bad Bunny and Tainy on “Un Dia."

"Studio 2054" promises to feature performances of tracks from Future Nostalgia, the remix album Club Future Nostalgia and the singer-songwriter's 2017 self-titled debut. The event will be streamed via LIVENow beginning at 9 p.m. ET in New York with standard tickets going for $11.99 and bundle tickets ($27.50) giving access to exclusive pre-show, behind-the-scenes footage and an invite to the After Show Party with Dua in attendance and guest DJs on the decks; more information is available here.

Watch a preview video below.

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