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Olivia Rodrigo Says She Sometimes Sleeps ’14 Hours’ While on Tour

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Olivia Rodrigo is gearing up for her arena tour in support of her sophomore album Guts, and the star opened up about what her touring life is like with People.

“I sleep so much when I’m on tour, it’s kind of crazy,” she told the publication. “There were some nights where I was just so exhausted from playing a show that I would sleep for 14 hours. Eating healthy is important and also having people that you really love come on the road with you helps a lot — people who can replenish your energy and nurture you.”

She continued, “Yeah, I brought my mom along last time and my best friend came along for a lot of the dates, so that was really helpful. It’s nice to have a little piece of home with you wherever you go, because the people are what’s really important.”

The 20-year-old “Vampire” singer also gushed over one of her tour openers Chappell Roan, who happened to do background vocals on Rodrigo’s track, “Lacy.” “Honestly, selfishly, I’m just like, ‘She has to come on tour with me because I just want to watch her every night.’ I get a free concert every night. I’m so stoked.”

Proceeds from each ticket for the Guts World Tour will also go to her new Fund 4 Good initiate, which will support community non-profits that work toward girls’ education, reproductive rights and prevent gender-based violence.

See the full list of tour dates here.

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