18-year-old ‘driver’s license’ singer Olivia Rodrigo just revealed the dream life she’d like to have by the age of 30, and talked about the impact the social-media has on young girls.
In an interview with Teen Vogue, Olivia said on social media: “It’s so frustrating to see young girls held to a completely different standard than other people. Social media is making it even harder for young girls to grow up. I don’t even think it’s about me being like, ‘Oh, I’m hurt to see people say mean things about me or my friends.’ It’s really toxic for young girls to open their Snapchat app and see the articles about young women who are just sharing their art and existing in the world, and watching them being torn apart for doing absolutely nothing.”
On the dream-life she’d like to have by 30: “I think it’s so cool to be a part of helping someone else bring their vision to life. That’s my dream. That’s my ideal life. I just wanna be, like, 30, in a cool midcentury-modern house with, like, two babies and a husband, writing songs that I like, and having brunch with my girls on the weekends…” Read Olivia’s full Teen Vogue interview here and let us know what you think!