Bebe Rexha stops by celebrity hotspot Craig’s in West Hollywood in black and blue denim ensemble… after attending MTV Movie & TV Awards
Bebe Rexha dropped her second studio album, Better Mistakes, earlier this month.
With four singles having dropped ahead of the release, the songstress continued her promotional flurry by attending day one of the MTV Movie & TV Awards at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles on Sunday.
Afterwards, the two-time Grammy-nominated singer decided to keep the party atmosphere going and make a pitstop at the celebrity hotspot, Craig’s, in West Hollywood.
Party time: Bebe Rexha, 31, stopped by celebrity hotspot, Craig’s, in West Hollywood after attending day one of the MTV Movie & TV Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday
Rexha, 31, arrived at the restaurant decked out in skin-tight black pants, that had long sheer strips going down the front of each leg.
She paired it with a unique cropped jacket that was part blue denim and part black denim with a shine.
While her stylish pants hugged her hips and derriere, the jacket, which buttoned up all the way to the top, was equally form-fitting along the waist and midsection.
Grand arrival: Rexha, 31, arrived at the restaurant decked out in skin-tight black pants, that had long sheer strips going down the front of each leg
two-tone: The pop star also donned a unique cropped jacket that was part blue denim and part black denim with a shine
The New York City native also wore matching, open-toe shoes, and had her dyed blonde tresses pulled back into a ponytail, with the exception of some strands of hair around the frame of her face.
Rexha’s latest single, Die for a Man featuring Lil Uzi Vert, was released on April 30, one week before her album came out.
Her 2018 debut studio album, Expectations, reached number 13 on the Billboard 200 chart in the U.S. behind the success of its first hit single, I’m a Mess.
Promo mode: The pop star dropped her second studio album, Better Mistakes, on May 7
She tapped a few high-profile artists for collaborations, including Doja Cat on Baby, I’m Jealous, Travis Barker on Break My Heart Myself, along with Lil Uzi Vert on Die for a Man.
Rexha is also best known for singles such as Meant To Be with Florida Georgia Line, Me, Myself & I with G-Eazy and In The Name Of Love with Martin Garrix.
She has also written songs that were performed by artists like Eminem, Rihanna, Selena Gomez, Iggy Azalea and Nick Jonas.
Fan friendly: The singer-songwriter gave photographers a friendly waves goodbye before she was ushered into the restaurant Sunday evening
MTV Movie & TV Awards 2021 Part One: WINNERS LIST
Borat Subsequent Moviefilm
Judas and the Black Messiah
Promising Young Woman
To All the Boys: Always and Forever — WINNER
BEST PERFORMANCE IN A MOVIE
Carey Mulligan: Promising Young Woman
Chadwick Boseman: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom — WINNER
Daniel Kaluuya: Judas and the Black Messiah
Sacha Baron Cohen: The Trial of the Chicago 7
Zendaya: Malcolm & Marie
Chase Stokes & Madelyn Cline: Outer Banks — WINNER
Jodie Comer & Sandra Oh: Killing Eve
Lily Collins & Lucas Bravo: Emily in Paris
Maitreyi Ramakrishnan & Jaren Lewison: Never Have I Ever
Regé-Jean Page & Phoebe Dynevor: Bridgerton
Antonia Gentry: Ginny & Georgia
Ashley Park: Emily in Paris
Maria Bakalova: Borat Subsequent Moviefilm
Paul Mescal: Normal People
Regé-Jean Page: Bridgerton — WINNER
Final Funhouse Fight: Birds of Prey
Finale House Fight: Cobra Kai
Starlight, Queen Maeve, Kimiko vs. Stormfront: The Boys
Wanda vs. Agatha: WandaVision — WINNER
Final Fight vs. Steppenwolf: Zack Snyder’s Justice League
Anthony Mackie: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier — WINNER
Gal Gadot: Wonder Woman 1984
Jack Quaid: The Boys
Pedro Pascal: The Mandalorian
Teyonah Parris: WandaVision
Heroic win: Anthony Mackie with his trophies
Emily in Paris
WandaVision — WINNER
Big winners: WandaVision’s Kathryn Hahn and Elizabeth Olsen won double
BEST PERFORMANCE IN A SHOW
Anya Taylor-Joy: The Queen’s Gambit
Elizabeth Olsen: WandaVision — WINNER
Elliot Page: The Umbrella Academy
Emma Corrin: The Crown
Michaela Coel: I May Destroy You
BEST COMEDIC PERFORMANCE
Annie Murphy: Schitt’s Creek
Eric Andre: Bad Trip
Issa Rae: Insecure
Jason Sudeikis: Ted Lasso
Leslie Jones: Coming 2 America — WINNER
Aya Cash: The Boys
Ewan McGregor: Birds of Prey
Giancarlo Esposito: The Mandalorian
Kathryn Hahn: WandaVision — WINNER
Nicholas Hoult: The Great
MOST FRIGHTENED PERFORMANCE
Elisabeth Moss: The Invisible Man
Jurnee Smollett: Lovecraft Country
Simona Brown: Behind Her Eyes
Victoria Pedretti: The Haunting of Bly Manor — WINNER
Vince Vaughn: Freaky
Kristen Wiig & Annie Mumolo: Barb and Star Go To Vista Del Mar
Anthony Mackie & Sebastian Stan: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier — WINNER
Pedro Pascal & Grogu/Baby Yoda: The Mandalorian
Lily Collins & Ashley Park: Emily in Paris
Sacha Baron Cohen & Maria Bakalova: Borat Subsequent Moviefilm