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Olivia Rodrigo is still reeling from the Saturday Night Live skit about her smash hit “Driver’s License.” During an interview with 103.7 KISS FM, the 18-year-old singer and High School Musical: The Musical – The Series star opened up about the sketch starring Regé-Jean Page, who plays Bridgerton, and Rodrigo’s number one celebrity crush, Pete Davidson.

“I was totally taken aback. I was yelling, “When she first saw the drawing, she screamed. “I consider being mocked and parodied on Saturday Night Live to be the highest compliment in the world, so that was unreal.”

Rodrigo went on to say that she had been warned that her chart-topping single would be discussed on the NBC comedy show, but she didn’t know how much.

“I was totally taken aback. I was yelling, “When she first saw the drawing, she screamed. “I consider being mocked and parodied on Saturday Night Live to be the highest compliment in the world, so that was unreal.”

Rodrigo went on to say that she had been warned that her chart-topping single would be discussed on the NBC comedy show, but she didn’t know how much.

Rodrigo later announced that she had just received a letter from Swift, who had openly congratulated her on social media previously.

“Last night, I received a letter from Taylor Swift, which is nuts. I’m still reeling from the first time I opened it “she said “My tears and snot from sobbing my eyes out are practically on it. She is one of my favorite people.”

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Rodrigo was astounded that “Driver’s License” was her first single to be released publicly.

“It’s so surreal to have my idols become my peers so easily,” she said, adding that Lorde had expressed interest in the song as well. “It’s completely crazy.”

Rodrigo was asked about the apparent musical reaction to her ballad without naming her rumored ex, Joshua Bassett, or his rumored current girlfriend, Sabrina Carpenter. Carpenter’s single “Skin,” as well as Bassett’s “Lie Lie Lie,” have been compared to “Driver’s License” and “Lie Lie Lie” by fans.

“I actually don’t know her at all,” she said, ostensibly referring to Carpenter without mentioning her by name. “I believe we’ve crossed paths once or twice, but I’ve never had a conversation with her.”

When asked if she’d ever write a song in response to anything, she said no “”I don’t think I could write a meaningful or emotional song about anyone I don’t know,” Rodrigo said. However, I believe that artists should be able to write about whatever they want.”

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