Dua Lipa donned a netted, pink dress with knit pasties while on tour in Melbourne, Australia.
The pasties were designed to look like Patrick Star from "SpongeBob SquarePants."
Lipa paired the look with matching gloves and underwear.
Dua Lipa stunned in a pink, fishnet dress with star-shaped pasties while touring in Melbourne, Australia.
The singer, who began the Australian leg of her "Future Nostalgia" tour on November 2, shared photos of the look on Instagram Saturday. Close-up images show Lipa wearing knot pasties designed to look like Patrick Star, a starfish character from the Nickelodeon cartoon "SpongeBob SquarePants."
"Down undaaaa in bikini bottom," the "Sweetest Pie" singer wrote in the caption, referring to the underwater town from the show.
Lipa paired the ensemble with matching, fingerless gloves and pink thong underwear, which showed through the sheer dress. Two strands of fabric held the dress up around her neck, creating a halter-top shape with a keyhole cutout between the pasties.
The statement look didn't stop the pop star from having fun with makeup. Lipa sported an eye look adorned with jewels and heart-shaped glitter, topping it off with sharp, winged eyeliner. She kept the rest of her makeup subtle and wore her hair down in loose waves.
Lipa is known for her bold and daring looks on tour and at events. Photos from the singer's concert show she wore a stunning blue catsuit for her stops in both Sydney and Melbourne. She paired a monochrome lace look with cobalt blue gloves and boots.
Ahead of her next tour date in Adelaide, Australia, Lipa denied reports that she would perform at the opening ceremony of the World Cup in Qatar.
"I will not be performing and nor have I ever been involved in any negotiation to perform," she wrote on her Instagram stories Sunday. "I will be cheering England from afar and I look forward to visiting Qatar when it has fulfilled all the human rights pledges it made when it won the right to host the World Cup."
The World Cup host country has come under fire this year for its treatment of migrant workers and its anti-gay laws. Insider's Barnaby Lane previously reported that being homosexual in Qatar is illegal and punishable by death, and discrimination and violence against members of the LGBTQ community are rampant.
Representatives for Lipa did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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