Dua Lipa Responds To Oscar Isaac’s Fan Fiction About Her on ‘Saturday Night Live’

Dua Lipa has responded to an Oscar Isaac fan-fiction story about her being read out on Saturday Night Live last weekend (March 5).

On the latest episode of the long-running American sketch show, actor Oscar Isaac could be seen reading out a fan-fiction story about the pop star during a skit on the show.

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After hearing the story read, Dua Lipa responded on Instagram. “Adds to list of things I never thought would happen in my life”, she wrote, followed by several laughing emojis. One of the characters Isaac performed in the sketch was Michael, a school janitor with an unusual interest of creating stories.

Michael interrupts a writing class and begins to tell a story called ‘The Apogee Of Midnight,’ which he has been working on. The plot revolves around a janitor who is alone at a school at midnight until he is interrupted by a woman who is searching for him.

 “My name is Dua Lipa,” the woman in the story says. “I’m a big pop star, and I’m looking for a janitor here named Mike.”

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The rapper published a photograph on Twitter that included photos of herself and the singer frosting four cakes. The track will be released this Friday, she announced in the post (March 11). Meanwhile, on Instagram, Lipa posted what appears to be a clip of the song. “Me and Dua Lipa finna get the party lit,” Megan raps in the video.

Megan will also accompany Lipa on her ‘Future Nostalgia’ tour in the United States later this month, supporting her in Denver, Tulsa, and Phoenix.

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Dua Lipa launched Service95, a new “arts and culture weekly,” last month. “I find huge joy in telling people what I’ve learned about in any given city and love finding connection in our shared experiences,” she said of the project. “Service95 is going to take that idea and bring it to anyone who’s as curious as I am about life.

“The more we share with each other, the closer we become, the wider our circles grow.”

—Aditi Manjunath