Taylor Swift Praises Olivia Rodrigo's "Drivers License"

Brenda Watkins
January 12, 2021

Joshua and Olivia had been paired together in 'High School Musical: The Musical - The Series.' Many speculated that the two were dating.

Discussing Drivers License, Olivia said it was inspired by "a heartbreak that was so confusing to me, so multifaceted".

It followed their portrayal of lovers Nini and Ricky in the High School Musical series. Olivia's latest song was set to look into her failed relationships. "Guess you didn't mean what you wrote in that song about me", she sings.

In the song's first verse, Olivia also references her romantic interest moving on with someone else.

Joshua released a number of love songs a year ago.

Lyrics like "And you're probably with that blonde girl / Who always made me doubt / She's so much older than me / She's everything I'm insecure about", had many convinced it was about Sabrina.

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The 17-year-old singer and actor's breakout hit Drivers License is battling for Number 1 on this week's Official Singles Chart.

Olivia and Joshua haven't commented on the speculation. A press release describes it as a "piano-driven, alt-pop collection of songs. channeling both truth and vulnerability in her insightful songwriting and magnetic vocals".

While Olivia and Joshua never confirmed their romance, some fans seem to believe that "drivers license" was about their breakup and Joshua's alleged new relationship with the actress.

And her fans aren't the only ones showing the track some love, Taylor Swift is also a big fan. Olivia excitedly shared a screenshot of her song at number 3 on the iTunes charts on Instagram, writing, "Next to Taylor on the U.S. iTunes chart I'm in a puddle of tears".

And Taylor replied, 'I say that's my baby and I'm really proud'.

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