Dua Lipa admits she's 'not very good at therapy'

Dua Lipa has admitted she's "not very good at therapy."

The pop star has revealed that she prefers meditation and yoga to manage her mental health over therapy.

“I’m not very good at therapy, to be honest," she told Rolling Stone. "As much as I’m disciplined in so many areas of my life - or I try to be - I have a little bit of a harder time locking myself down to talk about how I feel."

She added: “I think that in part is down to the fact that I think I have a really easy communication with my friends. I talk to my friends about everything that’s happening.”

The Houdini singer said that when dealing with tough issues she likes to “close the circle” and face issues head-on to help her move forward.

Her third studio album will be released later this year. Despite rumours she's currently in a relationship with Callum Turner, she revealed the record was written about being single.

"I think I have an idea of the kind of person I am in love and relationships, and I feel like it’s everything or nothing,” she said. “When I’m with someone, I’m there to just give it my 100 per cent, my all."

She added that she is a "hopeless romantic” and said she "ignores the red flags" in relationships.