Teen pop artist and Disney star Olivia Rodrigo claimed last Thursday that growing up she only thought white girls could be real pop stars. That’s bunk.
Rising pop star Olivia Rodrigo appeared Wednesday in the White House Briefing Room to explain why people should receive the COVID-19 vaccine. She’s a pop star, not a scientist.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki claimed “local doctors, clergy, and civic leaders” would be leading the pro-vaccine push, not a teen pop star.
Rodrigo revives what we all loved about early Swift: her ability to tap into the most simple, but most specific experiences of love, anger, revenge, and sorrow.
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