Olivia Rodrigo reveals plans for an expanded edition of her album “GUTS” and unveils the list of additional tracks.

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The popular singer is releasing a follow-up to her successful 2023 album with five new tracks, set to be released this Friday.

Olivia Rodrigo continues to share more of her inner thoughts and feelings.

The 21-year-old pop sensation is gearing up to release the deluxe edition of her acclaimed 2023 album, “GUTS (spilled),” this Friday. She made the announcement during her performance at the United Center in Chicago as part of her GUTS World Tour, and also shared the news on Instagram.

Audience members captured the moment on camera as Rodrigo unveiled a piece of paper onstage, declaring, “GUTS DELUXE OUT FRIDAY.” Surrounding her were backup dancers holding signs with the names of the new songs set to be included.

Footage circulating on social media shows the crowd erupting in excitement as the Grammy winner flashed a knowing smile at their enthusiastic response.

The “Bad Idea Right?” artist took to Instagram to share the moment, posting a picture of the sign she displayed on the floor amidst confetti, along with an image capturing the reveal with her dancers. The carousel of photos also featured the updated cover artwork, reminiscent of the original “GUTS” album art, but now torn over Rodrigo’s face to signify the deluxe edition.

In the caption, the pop-rock sensation confirmed the addition of five new songs to the project. “5 new tunes for ya!!!! GUTS (spilled) out friday!!!!!!” she exclaimed.

Rodrigo further solidified the tracklist on her Instagram Story, presenting an image listing the original 12 tracks in a black, typewriter-like font, while the new additions — “Obsessed,” “Girl I’ve Always Been,” “Scared of My Guitar,” “Stranger,” and “So American” — appeared to be handwritten in red.

“GUTS (spilled)” comes at a time when the “Get Him Back!” vocalist is immersed in her inaugural stadium tour. The GUTS World Tour commenced its North American leg in late February, receiving praise for its blend of rock and pop-punk elements, Rodrigo’s commanding stage presence, and an extensive setlist featuring nearly all tracks from her second album and debut, “Sour,” alongside additional hits.

During the tour, Rodrigo has also garnered attention for her advocacy efforts in promoting safe sex and reproductive healthcare. At each tour stop, a portion of ticket sales is being donated to her nonprofit organization, Fund 4 Good, as well as the National Network of Abortion Funds. Furthermore, she has been offering free resources to fans at select dates.

The ongoing leg of the tour extends through March, concluding in early April in New York City, where the former Disney star is scheduled to perform four shows at Madison Square Garden. Subsequently, Rodrigo will embark on the U.K./European leg starting from late April until late June in Ireland. Additional North American dates are slated to follow, resuming in mid-July and spanning throughout the summer.

“GUTS,” the follow-up to the “Drivers License” singer’s 2021 debut, was released to critical acclaim in September of the previous year. The album marked a reunion with her frequent collaborator, producer Dan Nigro. Debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, “GUTS” earned Rodrigo a total of six Grammy nominations.

Reflecting on the album’s creation, Rodrigo spoke candidly to PEOPLE about the pressure she faced in following up her smash hit, “Sour.” “For the first few months of writing ‘GUTS,’ I was dealing with a lot of noise in my head about whether it was going to be good enough or whether I could ever top what I did on ‘Sour,'” she shared. “It definitely adds a lot of pressure.”

“I had to switch my mindset into just trying to write songs that I would like to hear on the radio and not trying to beat anything or achieve any sort of commercial success,” the “Vampire” singer added. “Then it became a lot more fun, and the music became a lot better.”