Dua Lipa 'to perform at Wembley Stadium' after Glastonbury triumph

Dua Lipa is reportedly planning to book in the biggest gig of her career with a headline show at London's Wembley Stadium next year.

The pop star fulfilled a childhood dream by taking to the stage to headline the fabled Pyramid stage at Glastonbury Festival on Friday (28.06.24) and now she's set to go one step further by taking to the stage at the UK's biggest music venue next summer as well as heading off on a US tour.

A source told The Sun newspaper: "This really is a ‘pinch me’ moment for Dua.

"Her last tour was as good as sold out, but it was an arena tour. To make the jump to stadiums is amazing, especially when she’s only on her third album.

"It’s looking like she will play one date at Wembley in June and a full-scale tour across America.

"It’s going to be quite an emotional moment, especially as Dua has been working towards something like this since she moved to London (from her native Kosovo) aged just 15.

"She now only lives a few miles from the stadium, so it will really be a coming home moment for her."

The 'New Rules' star previously told the crowd at Glastonbury she had dreamed about headlining there since she was a child, confessing: "“I’ve written this moment down and wished for it and dreamt it and worked so hard and it feels good! ...

"Little me would just be beside herself right now."

She later added: "I don’t want this moment to pass me by. I’m not gonna get bored of this."

Dua also admitted part of her wish was to land the Friday night slot so she could spend the rest of the weekend partying at the festival.