Living up to the show’s name, ‘Bet It All On Blonde,’ the talented singer wore her icy blonde locks loose around her shoulders, keeping her hair tucked away from her face with a thin headband.
Some of her other concert looks included a black and white sparkly bodysuit with a matching sash, a green and black ensemble with thigh-high black boots, and a powder-blue, one-sleeved Grecian style gown.
The Party People singer kept the accessories to a minimum, letting her flashy outfits speak for themselves during each number of her provocative show.
Before her residency officially opened, the reality television personality opened up to Entertainment Tonight about how she second-guessed herself when she saw the stage setup for the first time.
‘When I walked in [the venue] and I saw [the stage], I started to cry, even though it’s bare,’ the multi-talented entertainer recounted to the outlet.
She added, ‘I started to cry because it was real…You know, you can rehearse in a dance studio for so long, with tape on the floor, but then I saw it built out and I thought, oh my god. It’s actually happening.’
Joking that she thought to herself, ‘What have you gotten yourself into,’ after seeing the billboards for the show, Erika realized that she had no choice but to take the stage, in spite of her nerves.
‘It’s an absolute blessing for me to be able to do something like this,’ the Pretty Mess author emphasized.
Staying optimistic about the residency, Erika added, ‘I hope that the fans, or the people that come, have a great time, because I know I’m going to enjoy every moment on stage. I really am.’
On the opening night of her residency, the Painkillr songstress became emotional when she was her mother sitting in the front row.
‘Mom, I love you,’ the performer said when she saw her.
However, none of the performer’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-stars were spotted in attendance on the show’s opening night Friday.
The Bet It All On Blonde residency takes place at the House of Blues Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.
Erika will resume performances through several weekends in September before the Bet It All On Blonde concert resumes in December. ending that same month.
‘This is an incredible moment for me, a rebuilding moment,’ the toned and fit entertainer reflected before she kicked off her residency.
She had a pitch-perfect response to haters who claimed the singer only got the residency in the first place thanks to a sugar daddy.
‘What’s wrong with you? You go get one. If it’s so easy, then you go get one. How about that? If it’s so easy, everybody go get a residency then,’ she clapped back.