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Olivia Rodrigo Put a '90s Take on Gilded Glamour in Lavender Mesh Dress for Her Second Met Gala

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Olivia Rodrigo made her Met Gala debut in a jumpsuit in September. Now, the Gen Z singer is back for the night's Gilded Glamour theme in a lavender Versace mesh dress with butterfly hair accessories, and De Beers jewels. Rodrigo stepped out solo at the ritzy New York City event.

Photo credit: Taylor Hill - Getty Images
Photo credit: Taylor Hill - Getty Images
Photo credit: Jeff Kravitz - Getty Images
Photo credit: Jeff Kravitz - Getty Images

The appearance comes days after Rodrigo made headlines for visiting the American Girl Store in New York City and performing with Avril Lavigne during the Toronto stop of her Sour tour. Rodrigo performed in New York City last week.

Rodrigo spoke to ELLE.com in March about what's next for her musically and how she feels looking back at Sour's tracks and her feelings during that period of her life.

“I have a little distance from them now,” Rodrigo started. “I actually just feel so proud of them and it’s so much fun to sing them now. And I’m just so excited to sing them on tour and hopefully people will sing them back. And I just think when you put them out into the world and they help people and make people happy … it’s not quite as devastating anymore. And it’s a very empowering thing.”

When she reflects on some of the album's more angst-ridden lyrics (like “‘Cause who am I, if not exploited?”), she finds humor now, Rodrigo admitted. “My gosh, it’s so funny,” she said. “I look back at it and I was like, ‘Wow, I was so angsty.’ I guess I was just coming to terms with being like a really young person in the industry and feeling weird about it. But I don’t think I feel that way anymore, which is nice.”

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