Amelia Gray Hamlin looked every inch the proud sister when she arrived Friday night at her sister Delilah Belle’s single release party in West Hollywood, California.
As she prepared to celebrate the success of her older brother’s debut song, Nothing Lasts Forever, the 21-year-old model walked into Hotel Ziggy beaming.
For the occasion, the six-foot-tall beauty, who made her Vogue cover debut earlier this month, bared her toned midriff in a black and white patterned crop top and matching miniskirt.
She completed her chic look with several layers of pearl necklaces, a pair of black leather thigh-high boots and a glossy nude lipstick.
Her celebrity parents Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin were also on hand to support their eldest, 24, in launching her music career after she made her runway debut at age 17.
Supportive: Amelia Gray Hamlin looked every inch the proud sister when she arrived Friday night at her sister Delilah Belle’s single release party in Los Angeles, California
Stylish: As she prepared to celebrate the success of her older brother’s debut song, Nothing Lasts Forever, the 21-year-old model beamed on her way to West Hollywood’s Hotel Ziggy
Leggy view: For the occasion, the six-foot-tall beauty, who recently made her Vogue cover debut, bared her toned midriff in a black and white patterned crop top and matching miniskirt
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum, 59, walked into the bash arm in arm with her longtime love as she rocked a blue and pink dress with beautifully embellished parrots on the bodice and black bucket hat.
Photographer Maddie Young, who attended the party, shared photos of Delilah indoors, having a blast dancing, posing for photos and enjoying a slice of pizza, to her Instagram Story.
Delilah, who currently has 1.9 million followers on Instagram, released her first Saint Patrick’s Day song, as well as a sultry music video.
During an interview with show magazine last year she said that over the years “I’ve learned that music and writing are really my creative outlets, and they’re ways for me to be open about my struggles and hopefully share with people through music.”
The music artist continued by adding that she always “loved singing” and that “I did choir, musical theater and singing lessons at a young age. I thought I would go into R&B, but I think music is a journey and my genre could change in the future.”
Hamlin then talked about the genre of music she was creating, revealing: “From now on we’re going for ‘ethereal pop’ – I made that up.”
Delilah then informed the outlet, “I’m currently working on an album. I believe you will hopefully hear a single for the first time next year.’
Earlier this year, in January, the model hinted that she was hard at work on new music when she uploaded a photo series featuring a picture of herself recording a song in a studio.
Close family: Her famous parents Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin were also on hand to support their eldest, 24, in launching her music career after she made her runway debut at the age of 17
All together! Rinna posted a sweet photo with her husband and their girls, captioning it: ‘Love my fam’
Delilah was seen inside and having a good time dancing and posing for pictures
Sizzling: The singer wore a black mini dress at her star-studded bash
Big night: Guests sat in front of plates with a single red rose and handwritten name tags in the shape of a heart
When talking to Euphoria magazine in 2021, Hamlin also spoke about her love for music but how she had put her passion on hold to pursue modeling in the fashion industry.
“I’ve always loved to sing, you know, always singing in school and voice lessons, theater lessons and stuff when I was younger. But when I got older and started modeling, I kind of moved away from that,” Delilah had admitted.
“I never really had the full confidence to get into the music business because I was just starting to learn about the modeling business,” which she said “was already a lot.”
“I think lately I’ve become more confident in myself and what I want to do. So I worked on music,” the beauty expressed.
Yum: Amelia enjoyed a slice of pizza at the party
Mixing Up: The singer was spotted taking pictures with guests
Proud Mom: Rinna beamed with pride as she supported her eldest child
Very cool: the party was decked out with purple balloons and posters of Delilah
Glamorous: The model was dressed to impress as she celebrated her big sister
Also earlier in January, the music artist talked about her health issues and chronic illnesses while sharing a photo of her receiving an IV.
She had written, “For the past few years I have struggled with autoimmune/chronic illness issues that I have quietly fought and overcome.” According to Peoplesome of the health problems are Lyme disease and the Epstein-Barr virus, which can cause infectious mononucleosis.
“It has definitely been tough both mentally and physically. I’ve kept a little quiet because I don’t want to be put in a ‘sick’ role,” the star continued. “I’ve been through a lot, I’ve overcome a lot, and I know I’m going through this for a reason, and that reason is to share with you what I’ve been through and what I’ve learned.”
She then quoted preacher Joel Osteen, “If you feel the pressure is too much, it’s because you’re stronger than you think,” and later added, “It may seem unbearable, but the fact that God allowed means you can handle it. It.’
Notably, Delilah suffered an accidental overdose in November 2021 when she mixed a prescription and Benadryl. She also revealed she was dependent on Xanax and claimed her psychiatrist overprescribed her, according to the publication.
At the beginning of last year in February, the talented beauty announced to her followers that she had been sober for six months.
Finally! Delilah, who currently has 1.9 million followers on Instagram, released her first Saint Patrick’s Day song as well as a sultry music video
Hard work: During an interview with Flaunt Magazine last year, she said she has said over the years, “I’ve learned that music and writing are really my creative outlets, and they’re ways for me to be open about my struggles , and hopefully share it with people through music’