Olivia Rodrigo celebrates the release of her second album Guts by showing off her toned legs in a skimpy miniskirt at New York hotspot: ‘Thanks 4 all the love’
Olivia Rodrigo is back.
The 20-year-old Bad Idea Right singer celebrated the release of her second album, Guts, on Sunday with a party at Italian hotspot Via Carota in New York City.
The driver’s license hitmaker shared photos from the party on her Instagram for her 33.6 million Instagram followers.
‘Thanks guys 4 for all the fun!!!’ she captioned the photo carousel, with a photo of her showing off her toned legs in a skimpy vintage orange miniskirt and a barely-there white button-up blouse that showed off her abs.
She let her long, chocolate-colored locks flow loosely around her shoulders as she playfully stuck her tongue out at the camera for the cheeky photo.
Bad idea right: Olivia Rodrigo, 20, showed off her toned legs and abs in a skimpy orange vintage miniskirt and white button-up blouse; seen on Sunday
Gutsy girl: The vampire singer shared a cake made in honor of her second album, Guts
The Traitor singer celebrated at the Italian restaurant with her music producer and former frontman of indie rock group As Tall As Lions Dan Nigro.
She also struck a provocative pose next to a quirky cake decorated with a variety of embellishments that served as a tribute to her second album, including a fondant hand with a GUTS ring on the fingers.
The pint-sized entertainer explained what the title of her second album meant to her during a Sunday sitdown on the Today Show.
“It means a few things — it means courage, it means trusting your guts, and also trusting your guts — I feel like every song I’ve written is my guts,” Olivia admitted.
When asked if she ever hesitated or felt like she was going too far when writing a song, the California-born beauty said, “The moment I write a song, I try not to censor myself too much.”
She added, “(I try not to) think about what people on the internet will say about it.”
Although the versatile singer has already had her first album go triple platinum, she admitted in the interview that a “healthy amount of dissociation” helps her cope with the pressure of global fame.
“You can’t read too much into that – you just have to put on your horse blinds and focus on what you can control,” the Happier singer said.
Remaining modest during an interview with PeopleOlivia told the outlet that she was “concerned to see which (Guts’ tracks) people like the most.”
Perfect harmony: the Deja Vu singer celebrated the release of Guts with her music producer Dan Nigro
All the guts and glory: the celebration of the Good 4 U singer’s second album included a quirky cake with decorations based on Guts songs
Keeping Her Calm: When it comes to dealing with global fame, the down-to-earth A-lister said she “compartments” herself to stay focused on her music; seen in September
Favorite Crime singer Guts’ first single, Vampire, debuted at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart before Guts was even released.
Her second album went to number one on the US iTunes sales chart upon its release on September 8.
When asked about the secret to her formula for writing a hit song, the brunette beauty kept it simple.
“I believe that really good songs don’t come from you, they come through you,” Olivia said.