She's one of the hottest properties on the global pop scene right now, but Olivia Rodrigo isn't above singing random covers in dodgy pubs.

The 'Drivers License' singer played a gig at the Manchester Arena on Sunday night, but afterwards was out on the town with her bandmates and crew.

They turned up to a bar called Bunny Jackson's, described as a 'juke joint' and 'dive bar', and asked the house band to step aside during a break in their set in order to play 'Torn', the song made famous in 1997 by Natalie Imbruglia.

"Why yes Olivia Rodrigo, of course you can turn up at Bunny Jacksons on a bloody Sunday evening and play a song for a laugh before our 3rd set," said a member of the band on Twitter. "Mate, it was wild. They just showed up after playing the arena and her TM asked to jump on between our sets! They were all very lovely."

He added that Rodrigo had then requested his band play a cover of Lit's 'My Own Worst Enemy'.

The 19-year-old star's take on Natalie Imbruglia's 1997 hit 'Torn' apparently went down well with patrons, too, as she introduced it by saying "I'm dead sober. They're making me do this."

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