Dua Lipa taught us the rules to getting over a persistent ex, and now the pop star is imparting another lesson in self-love with some help from Charli XCX, ALMA, Zara Larsson, and MØ.

In a new performance of Lipa's catchy single "IDGAF" for BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge in Los Angeles, the ladies sing back-up as Lipa tells off a guy whom she guesses has "heard my songs."

The girl power anthem is the seventh single from Lipa's self-titled debut album, which she released last JuneThis star-studded live version was praised online by both fans and Charli XCX, who expressed her feelings in a lengthy Instagram post.

"Women together are powerful and beautiful and f—ing fun! being a part of Dua's live lounge with MØ, Alma and Zara was really special and exciting," wrote Charli XCX.

Lipa shared the special performance on Twitter to celebrate Wednesday night's Brit Awards, writing, "We did a special @BBCR1 live lounge for you while we were in LA! So lucky had my girls @zaralarsson @MOMOMOYOUTH @almacyber @charli_xcx with me singing IDGAF! Watch full video on youtube! BRITS DAY!!! ???"

The pop singer is nominated for five Brit Awards, including British Breakthrough Act and British Female Solo Artist.

Watch the collaboration above.

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