Rebel Wilson was all smiles on Saturday as she attended a drag show at The Abbey in West Hollywood.
The 43-year-old Australian actress – who was busy promoting her Fluid app – felt upbeat as she joined the performers on stage to dance.
The blonde Pitch Perfect star wore her side-parted locks and tight spiral curls that flowed down her shoulders.
She took to her brand again by wearing a short-sleeved white t-shirt with her multicolored logo printed on it.
Wilson was spotted sitting in the audience before later jumping onto a platform to join in the fun.
Having fun: Rebel Wilson was all smiles on Saturday as she attended a drag show at West Hollywood Abbey
A blast: The 43-year-old Australian actress – who was busy promoting her Fluid app – felt upbeat as she joined the performers on stage to dance
Casual: The Hollywood comedy star wore light jeans and dark sneakers
Rebel looked like she was having the time of her life as she showed off her moves as attendees tipped her and recorded it on their phones.
The star, who welcomed daughter Royce Lilliam Elizabeth Wilson in November, looked joyous as she took a break from life as a mum.
The Hollywood comedic personality wore light jeans and dark sneakers.
Some people in the audience excited her by throwing dollars while she vibrated to the sound of music.
At other times, the dating app founder was the one who generously dropped money on the scene.
Throughout parts of the show, she wielded heart-shaped paddles with Fluid’s QR codes.
After heading to the popular LA haunt, Rebel took to Instagram to share moments from the event.
In the app’s Stories feature, she spoke to her 11.3 million followers and wrote, “Thank you @theabbeyweho for having us!”
Polished look: The blonde Pitch Perfect star wore her locks to the side and tight spiral curls that flowed over her shoulders
Showstopping: Guests couldn’t take their eyes off the blonde beauty as she gestured
Generous: The actress handed out money in the form of dollar bills to drag queens
Rebel promoted her app on the rooftop of Beverly Hills’ new Funke restaurant with her friend Carly Steel on Thursday night.
Guests sampled Casamigos and dined on pizza as well as pasta and artichokes when introduced to the app which has ‘no labels’.
During the event, Rebel spoke to DailyMail.com exclusively about her life, which she shares with her fiancée Ramona Agruma, who was also at the event.
Wilson said she does her best to stay in shape, but added that it’s difficult with a baby.
Rebel said Royce wakes up early and is an active kid, which makes gym visits difficult.
“I gained weight once I had my baby because even though I didn’t give birth to him and didn’t need to lose baby weight, I had just gained weight at because of lack of sleep and changing my lifestyle,’ Wilson noted.
‘For example, now [that] I can’t go to the gym as often as I used to, I just don’t train as much, which has slowed me down.
But Rebel noted that she loves being a new mom and her happy family life. ‘Royce is a joy!’ she added.
Fully invested: The big screen personality was mesmerized as she kept her eyes glued to the stage
Good time: The beauty looked stunning in a face full of makeup
Enthusiastic: Wilson couldn’t contain his excitement over the crowded rally
Mingling: The longtime entertainer snuggled up with a friend at the high-energy event
Cheers: Rebel clapped to the music as she stood next to someone rocking her company pin
Carefree: Rebel made a peace sign and other hand gestures as she savored the pleasure
New Content: After heading to the popular Los Angeles haunt, Rebel took to Instagram to share moments from the event.
Gratitude: On social media, she spoke to her 11.3 million followers and wrote, “Thank you @theabbeyweho for having us!”
Of the app, which she founded with Carly, she noted: “My dating is really cool for people because you don’t have to tick a lot of boxes – you don’t have to describe what you love.”
“You can just be an ordinary human being and look for whatever you want in the world. You don’t have to say if you want a man or a woman in your life. You can just meet the right person,” she added.
“I used to date men and was looking for a man to be with, then I met Romana and realized that I liked her and she happened to be a woman.
‘So the app doesn’t limit people. Are you looking for love? This person you fall in love with can be a man or a woman.
“So the Fluid app has no label in the motto is no labels, and it’s very well done. People have received it very well. They like the message.