Olivia Rodrigo: The Rising Star Dominating Music and Hollywood

Olivia Rodrigo is a rising star in music and Hollywood. With hit singles and dreams of acting, she's ready to dominate both industries. Get ready for this powerhouse talent!

Olivia Rodrigo is not your average 20-year-old. Not only is she killing it in the music industry with her hit single “Vampire,” but she also has her eyes set on conquering Hollywood. At the Academy’s Governors Awards, Rodrigo revealed her desire to star in a coming-of-age movie, because apparently, she’s not content with just dominating the charts – she wants to dominate the silver screen too. Talk about ambition!

But wait, there’s more. Rodrigo is not just dreaming of making her mark in the movie industry, she’s also eyeing a duet with none other than Noah Kahan, the best new artist Grammy nominee. Can you imagine the powerhouse vocals that would come out of that collaboration? It’s safe to say that Rodrigo is not here to play – she’s here to dominate!

Now, let’s not forget that Rodrigo is no stranger to the acting world. With TV credits including “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” and “Bizaardvark,” as well as an appearance on “New Girl,” she’s already proven that she’s a force to be reckoned with on the small screen. But the big screen? That’s a whole different ball game, and it seems like Rodrigo is ready to step up to the plate.

As if that wasn’t enough to make you feel like you need to step up your game, Rodrigo also attended the Governors Awards in support of “Can’t Catch Me Now,” her single from “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes” soundtrack. And guess what? The song has been shortlisted for the Oscars. No big deal, right? Just casually rubbing elbows with Hollywood royalty and making her mark on the biggest night in film. NBD.

Speaking of rubbing elbows, the Governors Awards’ guest list featured a who’s who of Hollywood, including Emma Stone, Lenny Kravitz, Margot Robbie, and more. And while Rodrigo may be the youngest on the list, she’s definitely not letting that stop her from making waves in the industry. With honorary Oscars being presented to Angela Bassett, Mel Brooks, and editor Carol Littleton, it’s safe to say that Rodrigo is in good company – and she’s more than ready to join the ranks of Hollywood royalty.

In case you were worried that Rodrigo is all work and no play, fear not. She’s also not afraid to fangirl over her fellow artists, as evidenced by her desire to duet with Noah Kahan. Because when you’ve got the talent, the drive, and the ambition, why not dream big? We can only hope that this dream duet becomes a reality because, let’s be real, we could all use a little more Rodrigo and Kahan in our lives.

So, in conclusion, Olivia Rodrigo is not your average 20-year-old. She’s a powerhouse, a dreamer, and a force to be reckoned with. Whether she’s belting out chart-topping hits or making waves in Hollywood, there’s no stopping her. And if you don’t believe us, just wait until she’s accepting her first Oscar – it’s only a matter of time.

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