Olivia Rodrigo is the new cover star of the winter issue of The Face magazine.
The 20-year-old singer posed in a variety of different outfits for the three limited edition covers and also made some personal revelations in her conversation with the outlet.
The Vampire hitmaker — who has been hailed as the ‘voice of Gen Z’ and attended the star-studded GQ Men of the Year party last week — confessed she has a secret social media account.
‘I do [have a finsta] but nothing’s on it,’ she admitted. ‘I just use it to stalk my crushes.’
‘I’m so good at finding stuff out about people on social media,’ she added. ‘It’s one of my favorite pastimes.’
Cover girl: Olivia Rodrigo is the new cover star of the winter issue of The Face magazine
Limited edition covers: The 20-year-old singer posed in a variety of different outfits for the three limited edition covers and also made some personal revelations in her conversation with the outlet
Artsy: She wrote some of her own lyrics from her Guts album in her own handwriting for the cover
She also briefly touched on her early experiences of working on set of Disney and hanging out with 40-year-old men while being a teenager.
‘I talk about that in therapy,’ she said before quickly changing the topic.
Besides having a therapist, she also revealed that she has a psychic.
‘I take it all with a grain of salt,’ she said about getting advice from them. ‘But I really love going to psychics.’
She continued, adding that her psychic told her it would be months until she starts a new relationship.
‘I hope my one is wrong though, because she says I’m not going to find a boyfriend until March. March!
‘We’ll see,’ she continued. ‘I’m just going to do me until then.’
She also explained she is ‘really happy’ after releasing her new album and also touched on being dubbed the voice of her generation and their malaise.
Natural beauty: One of the many photographs featured a close-up of Rodrigo with her hands on her face and staring off to the side
Sweet: In another close-up, she posed while balancing an apple on her head
Bright red details: She looked stunning in a fitted black gown with white roses on the bust for her portraits with an apple on her head and a bright red lipstick
Reflection: Another picture showed her makeup-free visage reflected in a mirror
Dreamy snap: In one photo, she wore a white crop top teamed with a sparkly miniskirt while laying down in a grassy field
Laying in bed: She later threw on a sweater with feathered sleeves for a series of photos of herself laying in bed. Underneath the photos of herself seemingly daydreaming, she wrote lyrics to her songs
‘It isn’t easy being young, but it doesn’t last forever,’ she said.
She then spoke about her second studio album — which she released in September and will soon be embarking on a world tour in support of her new music.
‘It’s so strange,’ she said about completing and dropping her album. ‘I’m so happy and calm after putting out Guts.
‘I thought I’d be anxious, checking what people are saying, how it’s doing,’ she continued. ‘But to put something out is just so cathartic and I feel really happy.’
She added: ‘Making the record is the thing that’s in my control. Everything else isn’t, so…’
‘I feel myself growing and understanding so much,’ she said. ‘Albums are such a marker of where you’re at in your life.’
Cozy chic: In another photo, the Grammy winner wore a navy hoodie and wore a pair of wraparound sunglasses on her head
Gen Z royalty: In one picture, there was a crown painted on her head
Center of attention: She also modeled a black knit dress and posed with a gold glitter floatie in another photo
Stylish: Another series of photos showed her posing in a strapless, black minidress. She left her brunette tresses down in soft beach waves and threw her head back for a stunning snap
Dazzling: In all of the photos, she was seen wearing layers of necklaces as her chic accessories
Stunning details: She wore light and glowing makeup to showcase her natural beauty
Chic collage: For the cover issue, many of her favorite photographs from her social media page were made into a collage with her eyes and lips
Social media snaps: Some of the photos featured her childhood snaps and recent Guts-related pictures she took and shared to social media
Candid revelations: In her conversation with The Face, Rodrigo made several personal revelations about having a secret social media account and her love life
Opening up: She revealed that she has a finsta account, which she doesn’t post photos on and instead uses to stalk her crushes. She said that being an internet sleuth is her ‘favorite pastime’
‘They’re like little time capsules and it’s so interesting to look back on when I was 17 writing Sour versus 19 writing Guts,’ she explained.
As for how she’s changed between the two musical collections, she said: ‘I have more confidence. I’m more self-assured. I know who I am and what I want a little more.
‘It seems that I get a little happier every year,’ she added.
The Face’s winter issue hits stands on November 21.