After selling over one million copies of her self-titled debut album last year and cursing past some of the world biggest pop stars to be crowned the most-streamed female artist in the UK, there was no doubt that Dua Lipa was going to be a massive hit when she brought her highly-anticipated tour to Cardiff last week.

The sold-out show held on April 18 was the first time the double Brit Award winner had been to Cardiff and she didn’t leave her Welsh fans disappointed.

Opening with ‘Blow Your Mind (Mwah)’, Lipa instantly got the crowds singing and dancing along to her long list of pop bangers including 'Hotter Than Hell', 'Be The One' and 'Scared To Be Lonely'.

The 90-minute gig saw the singer bouncing around the stage alongside tireless dancers and a backing trio of a drummer and two multitasking keyboard/guitarists which played away on top of oversized cubes.

A projection screen showing stylised visuals was up to arena-show standard but otherwise the lack of large-scale gimmicks made it all the more impressive that Lipa is able to sustain so dance routines without missing a single note.

The singer failed to perform latest track with Calvin Harris ‘One Kiss’ which didn’t go unnoticed by fans but nevertheless, the biggest moment of the night came towards the end when a title card popped up dedicating Lipa’s latest hit 'IDGAF' to “all the boys who have done you wrong”.

While this empowerment anthem doesn’t yet match the success of catchy Number One hit single ‘New Rules’ - which was the closing number, it is the song that the crowds were left singing as they left the Motorpoint Arena.