Olivia Rodrigo explained that the singers were “jealous” of her in a new interview.
Olivia Rodrigo has revealed that stars she once admired and considered bullies to her since Sour has fallen.
Over the past 10 months, Olivia Rodrigo has gone unrecognized for her role as Nini in Disney + High School Musical: The Musical: The Series to become one of the greatest artists on the entire planet. From ‘Drivers License’ to ‘Good 4 U’, no one has topped the charts like Olivia this year, and her debut album Aigre is a record holder.
However, for all of her success, not everyone has been kind to Olivia, including some of the people she is a fan of.
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In a Rolling Stone artist-on-artist interview with Alanis Morisette, Olivia asked the singer, “How did you handle the release of your album? Did you have trouble dealing with the critics or the spotlight ?. Alanis then said: “All eyes on the fishbowl. There was a lot of bullying and a lot of jealousy and a lot of people that I had adored all my life being mean girls. “
And, in response, Olivia said “same! “. In other words, Olivia blurted out that she had also experienced “bullying”, “jealousy” and “bad girl” behaviors from her idols. Olivia fans will already know that she has been accused of copying other singers. I
It’s unclear who Olivia is referring to, but Courtney Love has claimed that Oliva stole her Sour Prom concert poster from Hole’s album. Living through this art. On Facebook, she wrote: “Stealing an original idea and not asking permission is rude.” “
In a recent interview with Teen Vogue, Olivia dismissed the plagiarism allegations. She said: “I think it’s disappointing to see people take things out of context and discredit the work of a young woman. “
Olivia recently added Taylor Swift and Hayley Williams to her songs. Taylor is now credited on Olivia’s “Deja Vu” after Olivia admitted in an interview that Bridge was inspired by Taylor’s “Cruel Summer” and Hayley Williams is now credited on “Good 4 U” after TikTok clips comparing it to Paramore’s “Misery Business” that went viral.