It's been an interesting couple of months for Dua Lipa.

The English pop star released her second album 'Future Nostalgia' last week to rave reviews, but she has also been embroiled in a bit of controversy, thanks to her visit to a strip club on the night of the Grammys.

Social media were quick to denounce her, with the '#DuaLipaIsOverParty' hashtag trending on Twitter.

Now, however, she has spoken out about the whole thing and she had some interesting observations on how women in the industry are treated vs. men.

"There is a lot less scrutiny of male pop stars," she told the Sunday Telegraph. "Maybe we're more fun to write about?"

She continued: "I don't know, but the way women are described compared to men... it's like, she's wearing shorts? 'She puts on a leggy display'. I just feel like I'm here because I do music, but when people write articles like that about me, it takes away from my talent and makes me a thing. An object. People just like to objectify women."

She also addressed the 'DuaLipaIsOverParty' issue, saying "You know, artists are people and we make mistakes and apologise when it's due. But also, if I stand by my actions, I just won't comment.

"I never do anything to be mean or degrading. Everything has a good intention and if things get taken the wrong way, I'll apologise. But I can't live my life being scared because someone wants to 'cancel' me for doing something silly.'