Working behind the counter at Waffle House, Lana Del Rey has a personalised name badge

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The "West Coast" musician was discovered "Doin' Time" while working as a server at a Waffle House restaurant in Alabama.

At a Waffle House in Alabama, Lana Del Rey works as a waitress on the side.

A follower account posted a video of the "West Coast" singer, 38, working behind a counter at an Alabama Waffle House restaurant on Thursday.

The Instagram image by lanadelreybr has the caption, "Just Lana Del Rey working as a waitress at a restaurant."

The singer-songwriter appeared in the video performing "Doin' Time" while wearing a waitress outfit and sporting a personalized yellow Waffle House name badge. For her restaurant job, Del Rey kept things professional and adhered to health and safety regulations by keeping her hair up in a stylish updo.

Oh, look at this man. She is heard saying in the video, "Oh God, Charlie don't film him without his permission," after passing something to a customer across the counter. Then, when someone else could be heard in the background asking, "What is Bubba?" Del Rey took her phone from her top and started to make her way towards the restaurant's back.

Swift, 33, stated at the time, "I do want to talk about something because Lana Del Rey released a new album." "And, guys, it's really good. You're undoubtedly aware of this. But it's very remarkable and another in which she spoke to customers. Del Rey smiled while posing with two fans and wearing her personalized Waffle House name tag in other images.

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A fan shared a photo of themselves taking a selfie with the musician at a Waffle House on Facebook, along with a signed copy of the musician's poetry collection, "Violet Bent Backwards Over The Grass."

I have been a huge admirer of Lana Del Rey for almost a decade, so seeing her today was simply wild," the fan posted on Facebook. "To say that I am overjoyed would be an understatement!"

Del Rey spends her free time doing what she does best, which is performing on stage.

The vocalist of "Video Games" recently gave a performance at Glastonbury Festival in Somerset, England, however, her performance was cut short because of a stringent curfew at the venue because she arrived late.

The "Summertime Sadness" singer, 38, started her headline set a little after 11:00 p.m. local time on Saturday after arriving 30 minutes late.

Del Rey allegedly apologized to the audience for being late when she entered the Other Stage. She allegedly exclaimed, "I was so f---ing late that I am about to rush this set to death," according to The Guardian. "I'm very sorry if the power goes out; my hair takes a long time to do." Let's continue operating the set as planned.

A month following the release of Del Rey's new album, Did You Know That There's a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd., she made an appearance in the United Kingdom. Taylor Swift, a supporter, and friend of Del Rey, praised the new track as "extraordinary" when she mentioned it during a March stop on the Las Vegas Eras Tour.

Swift, 33, stated at the time, "I do want to talk about something since Lana Del Rey released a new album. And, guys, it's really great. I'm sure you already know that. However, it's simply extraordinary.

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