Bryan Alexander, USA TODAY
Printed 12: 24 a.m. ET April 12, 2021 | Up to date 12: 52 a.m. ET April 12, 2021
There is a downside to Olivia Rodrigo’s elegant “drivers license” success. It be referred to as parking ticket.
The “Excessive School Musical: The Musical: The Assortment” actress, 18, took a moment amid the heights of her destroy-out hit “drivers license” to model she had been introduced befriend down to Earth by a Metropolis of Los Angeles parking violation ticket.
“This is never always all fun and video games,” Rodrigo wrote in the photo of the dreaded crimson-lined parking ticket envelope posted on her Instagram stories. No note on the parking infraction, but Rodrigo can address the fine.
In the emotional pop ballad, Rodrigo sings about driving in the ‘burbs with her unique drivers license, fervent for the previous savor who’d impressed her to rep the existence-altering ID.
Launched Jan. 8, “drivers license” launched to No. 1 on the Billboard Scorching 100, making Rodrigo the youngest artist to debut at the top of the chart, and broke Spotify’s narrative for most streams of a song in a single week.
The “drivers license” reliable YouTube video has better than 180 million views in three months.
The song even got a mark of approval from Taylor Swift, who answered to the then 17-365 days-dilapidated singer’s success by posting “that is my infant and that i’m so proud.” (Rodrigo turned 18 in February).
Followers had been like a flash to hypothesize who Rodrigo’s lyrics had been about, many assuming Rodrigo become once singing a pair of failed relationship with “HSM” co-star, Joshua Bassett and his unique rumored savor curiosity, Sabrina Chippie.
Why? Because Chippie is blonde and four years older than Rodrigo.
On April 1, Rodrigo launched “Deja Vu,” her moral apply-up to the song from her upcoming, yet to be titled, debut album anticipated Can also honest 21. “I promise it be no longer an April fools shaggy dog story lol,” she wrote on Instagram.
Word to the wise Olivia on the parking ticket — appropriate pay the fine. The appeals course of by no manner works.
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