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Olivia Rodrigo Celebrates Turning 21 At A Gas Station

Olivia Rodrigo celebrated turning 21 by living the dream and exerting her new rights as an adult.

At the opening night of her 57-date Guts world tour at Acrisure Arena in Palm Desert, the singer revealed that she bought something at a nearby gas station just because she could.

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“I went to the gas station the other day and bought a pack of cigarettes and a six-pack of beer,” the singer said during the show. She added that she hadn’t bought the items to smoke or drink.

“I promise I didn’t consume it, but I just bought it because I f—— could,” she exclaimed to an audience filled with adolescents aspiring to that dream.

“Anyway, all this to say that I think growing up isn’t so scary after all and life just kind of gets better at the end,” she said, followed by her song, Teenage Dream.

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