Dua Lipa wants to focus on being good with being alone following breakup

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Dua Lipa wants to focus on "being good with being alone" following her breakup with Anwar Hadid. 

The Levitating singer began dating model Anwar, brother of Gigi and Bella Hadid, in June 2019 and it was reported that they broke up in December 2021. 

In her new cover interview with US Vogue, Dua didn't directly address her breakup, but said that she's single and content with her relationship status. 

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However, the singer admitted that she wanted to be better at enjoying her own company. "The next chapter of my life is about truly being good with being alone," she told Vogue, according to Cover Media. 

Dua also recalled how she took herself out on a date in New York, and while some people on the internet thought she made a big deal out of it, the singer added that it was a "big step" for her. 

"I was nervous - like, what am I gonna do? I don't want to be on my phone," she said.

The 26-year-olds next plan is to go to the cinema on her own. 

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