Dua Lipa has had to change her tour dances because she keeps "slipping" on her dancers' sweat.

Dua Lipa has changed her dance routines

Dua Lipa has changed her dance routines

The 28-year-old singer has fallen over "quite a few times" on stage so her choreography has been altered in order to keep her away from "puddles" of perspiration when she's performing to minimise her chances of taking a tumble.

Speaking to the SiriusXM Morning Mash Up series, she said: “I fell over on my tour, I think once in Barcelona, once in Milan on the same spot, and it was just the hottest week in Europe.

“And so some of my dancers were just sweating a little bit extra. And so I slipped on a little sweat puddle and we kind of had to change the choreo so I don’t get a little puddle of sweat right where I’m about to start dancing."

But the 'Houdini' singer always expects to come off stage with minor injuries.

She added: “It’s all part of the experience. You got to get a little bruised.”

Dua recently appeared in 'Argylle' opposite the likes of Henry Cavill and John Cena but although she had "so much fun" making the movie, it seems unlikely it's going to launch a new career path for her because she currently "can't even imagine" doing anything else that would take her away from music.

Asked about her next movie project, she said: “I have no idea…I’m so focused on music that I just don’t know if film is really the route that I want to go down.

“I’m not sure. I loved ['Argylle'] and had so much fun, but I’m so focused on music and the tour that I can’t even imagine [doing more].”

The 'Levitating' hitmaker wasn't upset by the mixed reviews for the film.

She said: “I kind of don’t care. I also just got to let everything happen.

“It doesn’t really affect me unless it’s something that I don’t know completely goes against something that I believe in.

“There are so many stories, whether I’ve dated someone or whatever, that’s just not true. But I don’t care enough to just say - it’ll be a bigger story for me to try and debunk it.”

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