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The Los Angeles Lakers’ Celebrity Row was graced with some serious pop-star power last night, with Olivia Rodrigo and Tate McRae in the house.
The music mavens enjoyed a big girls’ night out at L.A.’s Crypto.com Arena, to watch the Lakers take on the Brooklyn Nets. In photos, Rodrigo and McRae are seen experiencing a series of emotions, from cheery and smiley to shocked and disappointed, as the West Coast NBA team ultimately took the L and the Nets won, 130–112.
For the outing, the singers each brought their own flavor of courtside style. “Can’t Catch Me Now” songstress Rodrigo put her signature preppy fashion on display, layering an inky-black vest over a plain white tee, paired with a short black miniskirt, white ankle socks, and chunky black patent leather lace-up loafers. She added dainty, feminine accents in the form of small, jewel-adorned earrings, a bracelet composed of quartz beads, several silver rings, and a small black purse. Rodrigo opted for her traditional glam of black winged eyeliner and a soft red lip, wearing her rich brown locks down and straight.
Beside Rodrigo, “Greedy” hitmaker McRae oozed cool, in a long black leather trench coat over her own simple white tee, paired with slouchy light-wash jeans and two-tone gray and black sneakers. McRae accessorized her fit with chunky gold hoop earrings, chunky rings, and a small black leather purse. The singer and dancer finished off the look with glowy, bronzy glam, wearing shimmery gold eye shadow and a bright, glossy pink lip, while styling her blonde-highlighted hair down in soft waves.
The young stars have been friends for some time, with McRae even appearing in the music video for Rodrigo’s single “Bad Idea Right?” In the fuzzy, Y2K-inspired clip, Rodrigo, McRae and actors Iris Apatow and Madison Hu are seen getting ready in the bathroom at a house party as Rodrigo debates going to see a former flame.
McRae took to Instagram last August to hard-launch their friendship with a behind-the-scenes photo.
“It was so fun. All those girls are genuinely the best girls ever,” she said of the experience in an interview with SiriusXM.
“I adore [Olivia]. I think she’s so talented and so beautiful. All those girls, I admire a lot,” McRae continued. “I would take qualities from every single one of them. I think that’s just what you do when you have really cool girls around you, to just be like, ‘Oh, my God, your fashion and the way you walk and the way you speak.’ We just take from each other and inspire each other.”
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