Highlights from Olivia Rodrigo's performance of the new "Hunger Games" song at Jingle Ball 2023

As artists ranging from rapper Flo Rida to Korean boy band P1Harmony took turns on stage during the packed four-hour event, the excitement for Olivia Rodrigo, the evening's finale act, grew steadily.

The crowd was ready to yell Rodrigo's teen angst songs back at her as the three-time Grammy winner skipped out to join her band and perform hits from her albums, "Sour" and "Guts," to an ecstatic audience.

Though perhaps none more so than "The Summer I Turned Pretty" star Christopher Briney, 

who was greeted with wild screams when he stepped out to introduce surprise guest Paul Russell, Sabrina Carpenter, Niall Horan, rapper Doechii, and K-pop group (G)I-DLE were also warmly welcomed.

Over the next two weeks, 11 Jingle Ball shows will take place across the nation, with Los Angeles serving as the third stop. In addition to Chicago, Atlanta, Miami, and other cities, a rotating lineup will perform. 

Those who were unable to obtain tickets can watch the "Jingle Ball" special, which will be available for streaming on Hulu on December 22 and on ABC on December 21 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

Olivia Rodrigo recently celebrated the release of her latest musical endeavor, a song for the "The Hunger Games" prequel, "The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes." Olivia has been traveling the world and promoting her sophomore album, which is nominated for a Grammy.

Though you wouldn't know it, Rodrigo revealed to the nearly hysterical throng of admirers that she was performing the ethereal "Can't Catch Me Now" for the first time.

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