TikTok user @shelbykandrade posted a viral video in which she lip-synced to Olivia Rodrigo's music and dressed in a "Good 4 U" cheerleader costume.
The "Good 4 U" singer discussed her trip to the White House on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" and the gifts she received from the president.
The singer has been accused of unoriginality after critics realized she used a Taylor Swift song for her track, "1 Step Forward, 3 Steps Back."
As a member of the audience, I was able to catch interesting production details and cute interactions that weren't seen on TV.
"I don't really subscribe to hating other women because of boys," the 18-year-old songwriter told Variety. "I think that's so stupid."
MTV announced nominees on Wednesday with Justin Bieber leading the pack, while artists like BTS and Beyoncé were given less than deserved.
In June, Courtney Love accused Rodrigo of plagiarising her former band's 1994 album cover in promotional photos for her debut album "Sour."
Disappointed Olivia Rodrigo fans have taken to TikTok and Twitter to say they feel let down by the pop star's merchandise.
The "High School Musical" spin-off series' second season ended on Friday. It is yet to be renewed for a third by Disney+.
"Olivia RodriGO to the vaccine clinic," one Twitter user wrote, which Rodrigo read aloud in the video published on the White House YouTube on Friday.
On Wednesday, Gen Z icon Olivia Rodrigo visited the White House to promote the COVID-19 vaccine. She wore a wool suit, despite the 91 degree weather.
"I'm in awe of the work President Biden and Dr. Fauci have done," said Rodrigo, who will record videos to promote the COVID-19 vaccine.
Olivia Rodrigo is set to play a role alongside Dr. Fauci in the Biden administration's effort to increase vaccinations among young people.
Love said she's expecting flowers and a "long" note from the "Drivers License" singer: "Does Disney teach kids reading and writing ? God knows."
The Disney+ star, who is believed to have inspired Olivia Rodrigo's hit breakup song, told GQ he was hospitalized with "unimaginable pain" in January.
Insider spoke with two people involved in Rodrigo's Vevo series to learn more about her vision for "Sour," and how they brought her music to life.
The next time Rodrigo drives through the suburbs past her ex's house, it could be in a completely different congressional district.