Olivia Rodrigo says she struggles with the ‘perfect American girl’ image

Olivia Rodrigo is getting candid about her thoughts as a pop star as the release date of her next album approaches.

The 20-year-old musician opened up in a new interview with The Guardian about her new album and revealed that she has always strived to maintain a “perfect” pop star persona.

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While talking about writing the songs about her Viscera On the album, Olivia shared that she had “experienced a lot of emotional turmoil from having all these feelings of anger and dissatisfaction that I felt like I couldn’t express, especially in my work.”

She continued: “I’ve always felt like you can never admit it, being so grateful all the time, that a lot of people want this position. And that causes many repressed feelings. “I have always struggled with the desire to be the perfect American girl and the reality of not feeling that way all the time.”

It’s also part of the reason Olivia doesn’t want to watch the recently canceled HBO series. The idol.

“There is an archetype of what a ‘pop star’ should be. I never really thought of myself that way, is the term people use. Things you should use and do and how you should be accessible at all times. And ‘date this person and do that.’”

Olivia states that she does not “have the desire to [watch The Idol]. I remember leaving Barbie and say, ‘Wow, it’s been a long time since I’ve seen a movie that focuses on women in a way that’s not sexual or about their pain or their trauma.'”

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In the same interview, Olivia also addressed whether “vampire” was about Taylor Swift.

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Source: vcmp.edu.vn

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