Olivia Rodrigo reveals on social media that she never got to experience prom, so she wanted to throw “a little prom party” with her favorite people — her fans.
“SOUR prom the concert film comes out Tuesday!!!!” Rodrigo wrote alongside a photo on her Instagram showing her wearing a tiara, holding a bouquet of flowers, a pink beaded dress and her makeup ruined with tears streaming down her face. The next image has the 18-year-old holding up a prom-posal looking sign that read: “PROM would be brutal without U.”
The film debuts this upcoming Tuesday (June 29) 11:30 p.m. EST on YouTube.
if u wanna set a reminder: https://t.co/BGaAdFafMo 💘— Olivia Rodrigo (@Olivia_Rodrigo) June 23, 2021
Rodrigo surprised some lucky fans with a personal invitation to her YouTube event. Wearing an all black outfit and braided pigtails, the “good 4 u” singer greeted fans with flowers and held up the same sign from her promo photos that read: “PROM would be brutal without U.”
WE’RE GOING TO PROM WITH LIV!!!! pic.twitter.com/87YRpEaDAC— ina | stream sour!!! (@good4liv_) June 23, 2021
Fans on Twitter are excited for the concert film:
the sour prom concert seems like a wonderful idea and I know that olivia rodrigo will come to serve, look at the material pic.twitter.com/GudTmaDsPv— aubrey🦋🧣 (@aubreyvision) June 24, 2021
the sour prom boutta go hard— itsuki|| STREAM GOOD 4 U (@itsukihh) June 23, 2021
No cuz when Olivia sings “If I looked like the other prom queens” on prom party and everyone start screamin and lookin at each other then wut. I WANNA BE THERE— Oliver 🍃 (@MissingLuci) June 23, 2021
SOUR prom the concert film comes out Tuesday pic.twitter.com/1lva339g5s
someone prompose to me for sour prom quickly— l/a ! (@brutalvinyI) June 23, 2021
The teenage star is known for her roles on Disney’s High School Musical: The Musical: The Series as Nini Salazar-Roberts. She recently admitted that becoming a global star amid a pandemic was a “blessing in disguise,” Daily Mail reports.
She further explained that it helped her keep her sanity when there was “so much drama going on. Being in isolation with people I loved and cared about kept me out of the hullabaloo.”