Celebrity·Posted on Jun 3, 2021Dua Lipa Says Getting Bullied Online Made Her Want To Dance Her "Ass Off"Take that, trolls!by maria shermanBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink First things first: Dua Lipa is an icon. Kevin Mazur / The Recording Academy / Via Getty Especially when it comes to dancing. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF @nowthatsmusic / Via giphy.com Like, so (in)famous that her dancing has gone viral! Mostly because it was once...very different. View this video on YouTube @Anszleigh / Via youtube.com As a result, Dua was trolled. Memed. Made into a joke. (Not cool!) Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF @SNL / Via giphy.com But she's got a good head about it. JMEnternational for BRIT Awards / Via Getty Get this: In a new Instagram story, Dua actually thanked her haters for inspiring her to work harder. View this photo on Instagram @dualipa / Via instagram.com It began as a thank-you to day one fans, and then took a slight detour. View this photo on Instagram @dualipa / @tyrellhampton / Via instagram.com "I'm so grateful for all the incredible opportunities, all the amazing people I met, all the incredible lessons that I learned, touring for like three years," she began. Netflix / Via Everett Collection "Getting bullied online...made me want to dance my ass off and just really get better." View this photo on Instagram @dualipa / Via instagram.com "So thank you so much, for all things good and bad, for helping me grow. I'm forever grateful." View this photo on Instagram @dualipa / Via instagram.com "And I'm excited for you guys to see what we've got coming up next." You can watch the clip below and feel inspired. (Just me?) Dua Lipa News @dlipanews Dua Lipa talking about the 4 year anniversary of her debut album via Instagram Stories! #4YearsOfDL1 08:10 PM - 02 Jun 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite @dlipanews / Via Twitter: @dlipanews And, by the way, her dancing has obviously improved. View this video on YouTube Warner Records / Via youtube.com Don't stop now! StopBullying.gov is an organization that provides resources to prevent harassment and bullying against children. Stomp Out Bullying offers a free and confidential chat line here.