Dua Lipa applies to trademark her name across the globe in bid to cash in on her fame – The Sun
DUA Lipa was already one of pop’s biggest earners after raking in £24.7million, but she’s not stopping there.
The Physical singer has applied to have her name trademarked across the globe so she can cash in on her fame.
She has filed papers to register it for hundreds of items including clothes and cosmetics, as well as computer games, books, jewellery and even kitchen utensils.
A music insider said: “Dua knows she is in high demand right now and can make a fortune.
“She could launch all sorts of money-spinning side ventures but it’s about picking the right things.
“She has an image to protect so won’t be doing anything which is too much of a blatant money-grabbing project.”
Her lawyers have lodged applications to protect her name in the US and Canada, Europe, Australia, Israel and the Far East.
The documents, which are yet to be rubber-stamped, will stop others profiting from her name and will stay in place for ten years before they need to be resubmitted.
Dua is already set for a big financial year after the release of her No1 album Future Nostalgia, although the accompanying tour has been postponed.
Flogging some Dua-themed products should easily make up for her lost profits.
- Read Dua’s full feature in the June issue of GQ, available via digital download and on newsstands Thursday
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