Dua Lipa premiered her music video for "IDGAF" today, and it's bringing all the sass of her previous releases times two. The video has us seeing double when two versions of the colorfully-clad British pop star appear on screen flanked by a group of similarly color-coded dancers.
The majority of the video shows the two groups of dancers, both fronted by an alternatively hairstyled Lipa, facing off in an expertly choreographed, old-school style dance battle. With artistic direction by Henry Scholfield & Mosaert (Paul Van Haver a.k.a. Stromae and Luc Junior Tam) and choreography by Marion Motin, Lipa called the video, "the toughest and most challenging" to film, but "the most rewarding" as well.
Fans are already embracing the concept and praising the video's tribute to self-love. Towards the end of the video, the two alternate Dua's face each other while one leans out to give the other a kiss on the forehead. "IDGAF" is the perfect testament to the empowered woman who's finally putting herself over her toxic partner, and the music video is a sparkling embodiment of that mantra.