English singer Dua Lipa has applied to have her name trademarked across the globe, which will protect her name from being used for business ventures into a variety of different products.
The 24-year-old singer has reportedly filed paperwork to register her name as a brand, giving her the potential to release Dua Lipa branded items including clothes and cosmetics, as well as computer games, books, jewelry, and even kitchen utensils.
A source revealed:
”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.”
Lawyers for the ‘Physical’ hitmaker have also filed applications to protect her name and brand in the US and Canada, Europe, Australia, Israel and the Far East.