Olivia Rodrigo goes pop punk at Billboard’s Women in Music Awards

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Olivia Rodrigo gave us a sense of “Deja Vu” at Billboard’s 2022 Women in Music Awards.

The superstar sported two outfits for the night, channeling ‘90s grunge and early 2000s pop punk in midi dresses. 

Rodrigo, 19, started the night in a white cotton Area Crystal Cup Maxi Dress ($995) with a bustier and leather straps.

The “Drivers License” singer upped the edge by adding a chunky 3-piece belt, also by Area, including a crystal heart-shaped buckle.

The “Sour” star, who’s currently working on her sophomore album (maybe it will be “Sweet?”), was presented with the Woman Of The Year Award by Sheryl Crow, then changed up her look to perform her hit single “Deja Vu.”

For the stripped down performance, Rodrigo opted for grunge-inspired slip dress in bubblegum pink with lace peeking through at the bottom and a lavender bralette on top, paired with chunky layered necklaces.

She finished the look with Euphoria-inspired makeup and bright yellow nail polish stood out.

“So many surreal moments have happened over the course of this incredible past year,” Rodrigo said in her acceptance speech. “It’s not always easy being a young woman in the music industry, but I’ve found so much strength from the female songwriters and artists that have come before me and paved the way and opened doors for so many young women like me.”

She continued, “I want to say to all the young girls out there who are writing songs every day in their journals, on their bedroom floors: I am constantly moved by your vulnerability and your creativity and bravery and I promise everyone here today is working to make this world and this industry a better place for you.”

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