Olivia Rodrigo isn’t just happy and healthy, she’s one of the biggest musicians in the world.
May marks one year since the singer-songwriter released her debut album SOUR—the kind of tour-de-force record that most artists would be lucky to claim as their magnum opus, let alone their introduction to the world—and to celebrate, she’s set to compete in a whopping 13 categories at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, May 15.
Olivia is the second-most nominated artist this year, but that should come as no surprise seeing as how she’s been racking up accolades and smashing streaming records on a near-weekly basis ever since she released the career-launching “drivers license” in January 2021.
The track isn’t nominated at the BBMAs, but its fellow SOUR tune “good 4 u” and the Grammy-winning album itself are. SOUR, more specifically, is up for Top Billboard 200 Album—a trophy that it’s certainly deserving of, having spent