Lisa Rinna celebrated her daughter Delilah Belle releasing her first single, “Nothing Lasts Forever” on Saturday night.
Delilah’s sister, model Amelia Gray Hamlin, and their father, actor Harry Hamlin, also joined along in the festivities at Hotel Ziggy in Hollywood.
The famous family of four went all out to celebrate Delilah’s debut single and launch into the music industry.
Delilah’s guests sipped on cocktails and enjoyed a dinner before watching hew new music video – which also dropped last Friday.
The guest of honor – who wore a cheeky black strapless mini dress with clear straps and black ovals over her breasts – even held a sheet cake with the cover of her single plastered atop of it with black icing and white accents.
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One photo showed the 24-year-old influencer holding the cake while dad Harry, 71, looked proud behind her.
“So incredibly grateful to everyone who has supported me on this journey,” Delilah captioned two solo shots of her partying and blowing out the cake’s candles on Monday.
“From all of my followers to my friends and family THANK YOU. I am so excited for this new journey I’m on and I hope I’m able to continue to do what I love🤍 thank you to everyone who came out to support the other night, love you all!! 🦋🤍🦋.”
Rinna – who went with a contrasting look in a multi-colored tiered Gucci dress with bird embellishments and a Ruslan Baginskiy newsboy hat – shared how “proud” she is of her daughter.
“Celebrating the release of Delilah Belle’s New Single Nothing Lasts Forever. 💕
#proudfamily,” the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” alum, 59, captioned a photo of the whole family.
Delilah’s special bash came just a day after revealing she had suffered “painful” seizures while filming the music video for her new single.
“On the second day of filming the music video, it was, like, nine hours into the day and I suffered from seizures,” she told Entertainment Tonight last Friday.
Delilah explained that they unfortunately “don’t really know too much about them yet.”
Earlier this year, Delilah told 2 million Instagram followers that she was “silently battling” autoimmune and chronic illness issues.