Reneé Rapp duets with Kesha, shows off powerhouse voice at stunning New York concert

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Take her stellar Brooklyn concert Thursday night, where she gamely downed a fan’s vodka shot, plucked a smartphone from the crowd to snap a selfie, and blissfully shook her tush to the saddest song you’ve ever heard. And that was all within the first 15 minutes.

Rapp, 23, has enjoyed a rapid ascent ever since the release of her phenomenal debut album “Snow Angel,” which has garnered more than 65 million streams on Spotify since mid-August. The actress-turned-singer quickly sold out her first U.S. headlining tour, was nominated for best new artist at the MTV VMAs, and went viral multiple times on social media with her breathtaking covers of Beyoncé. After two seasons of Max’s “Sex Lives of College Girls,” she’s next set to lead the “Mean Girls” movie musical (in theaters Jan. 12) as queen bee Regina George, a role she first played on Broadway when she was just 19.

Watching her perform live at the cavernous Avant Gardener, it was impossible not to be won over by Gen Z’s captivating new high priestess. Proudly queer, and bathed in pink and blue stage lights, she vented her frustrations about bicurious flings in the skittering “Pretty Girls,” and wiped away tears as she recited her favorite line from anthem “Tummy Hurts.”Reneé Rapp duets with Kesha

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