Olivia Rodrigo in london: When the MTV VMASs 2023 star visited 5 iconic landmarks in TikTok - full list
The singer paid a visit to some of London’s most iconic landmarks while promoting her new song in the capital.
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Olivia Rodrigo went on a tour of London in her latest TikTok. The US chart-topper visited some of the city’s most beloved landmarks in a video while singing her new single Bad Idea Right?.
Rodrigo shared her love for London on the video sharing platform this week as the singer posed in some of the city’s most memorable spots. Buckingham Palace and the London Eye were just a few of the landmarks the hitmaker visited on her tour of the capital.
She also documented her antics in the city on Instagram. Quoting the Fergie track London Bridge, Rodrigo captioned a series of snaps with the line: "Going down like London London London."
The singer was in the capital celebrating the launch of her latest single Bad Idea, Right? with London fans in Camden. The Hawley Arms had a purple makeover as it welcomed Rodrigo and her fans.
Here are the iconic landmarks the US singer visited while in the capital.
The five iconic London landmarks Olivia Rodrigo posed visited
- Houses of Parliament
- Big Ben
- London Eye
- Buckingham Palace
- Abbey Road
How Olivia Rodrigo fans can follow her London tour
Fans wanting to visit the same landmarks Rodrigo visited can start at Southbank. The nearest Tube station to the spot is Waterloo which is an eight-minute walk away from the London Eye. From the same spot, fans will also be able to see both the Houses Of Parliament and Big Ben.
From Waterloo, fans can head to Buckingham Palace by getting the Jubilee line to Green Park station. After arriving, there is a further 13-minute walk to the front of the Palace.
The final stop on Rodrigo’s London tour is Abbey Road which is based in North London. Famous for its link to the Beatles, the zebra crossing on the road is a popular spot for music fans. From Green Park, fans can get back on the Jubilee line to St John’s Wood. The famous street is just a five-minute walk from the station.