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Olivia Rodrigo, 18, and boyfriend Adam Faze, 24, are seen with their arms around each other

Olivia Rodrigo was seen with her boyfriend, Hollywood producer Adam Faze, this weekend.

The 18-year-old star and the 24-year-old producer were spotted walking side by side as they left the San Vicente Bungalows in West Hollywood as he put his hand on the teen singer’s back. She returned the affection by placing her hand on his back as well.

This comes two weeks after they were seen kissing by a car as they seemed very much in love. 

Another date! Olivia Rodrigo was seen with her boyfriend, Hollywood producer Adam Faze, this weekend

The rising pop star wore a graphic cropped sweater, green trousers, and Dr Martens as she held a purse that said God’s Favorite. The singer also carried a copy of Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five. 

The beauty appeared to have on very little makeup as she added yellow tinted sunglasses as she held on to a black leather jacket.

Her beau – the co-founder of the production company Must B Nice – wore a print shirt and blue denim jeans with a scruffy beard. 

Olivia and the 24-year-old film producer have known each other for years, and their relationship has evolved from a friendship into a romance, according to the New York Post newspaper’s Page Six column.

So VIP! The 18-year-old star and the 24-year-old producer were spotted walking side by side as they left the San Vicente Bungalows in West Hollywood

So VIP! The 18-year-old star and the 24-year-old producer were spotted walking side by side as they left the San Vicente Bungalows in West Hollywood

Earlier this month they attended the Space Jam: A New Legacy premiere party at Six Flags Magic Mountain in California. 

An eyewitness recently claimed that Olivia and Adam seemed very comfortable with each other. The source told E! News: ‘They were really cute together and weren’t trying to hide their affection at all.’

The new couple seemed happy to have a theme park experience again and went on ‘all the rides’ and were seen ‘holding hands at one point.’

PDA!  He put his hand on the teen singer's back and she returned the affection by placing her hand on his back as well

PDA!  He put his hand on the teen singer’s back and she returned the affection by placing her hand on his back as well

However, reps for the celebrity duo have remained tight-lipped about their burgeoning romance.

According to Elle, Faze previously had experience as a columnist for Forbes back in 2017, and more recently he has turned his sights on the film and television industry.

He boasts several producing credits, including on the podcast series Day By Day, which he also wrote, and he has directed two shorts.

Rodrigo was previously said to be involved with her High School Musical: The Musical: The Series costar Joshua Bassett, 20.  

Her man at work: (L-R) Faze and Jamie Dolan attend Universal Pictures Presents A Special Screening Of Queen & Slim in 2019

Her man at work: (L-R) Faze and Jamie Dolan attend Universal Pictures Presents A Special Screening Of Queen & Slim in 2019

Meanwhile, Olivia recently admitted that it can be daunting to be so open and honest with her fans. The pop star confessed to being a life-long ‘oversharer’.

She said: ‘I’d be lying if I said that putting my deepest, darkest insecurities and sadnesses out there is just slightly scary. But I’ve always been an oversharer.

‘When I watch interviews of my favorite songwriters, they say songwriting is about helping people feel less alone. And that’s probably true for me.’

The teenage star is glad that her music resonates with her fans.

She said: ‘It means the absolute world to me. ‘I feel like if a girl writes a song about heartbreak, very often people start criticizing her for feeling those emotions, and only writing about that. I do just love a heartbreak song.

Being real: Meanwhile, Olivia recently admitted that it can be daunting to be so open and honest with her fans. The pop star confessed to being a life-long 'oversharer'. She said: 'I'd be lying if I said that putting my deepest, darkest insecurities and sadnesses out there is just slightly scary. But I've always been an oversharer'

Being real: Meanwhile, Olivia recently admitted that it can be daunting to be so open and honest with her fans. The pop star confessed to being a life-long ‘oversharer’. She said: ‘I’d be lying if I said that putting my deepest, darkest insecurities and sadnesses out there is just slightly scary. But I’ve always been an oversharer’

‘I literally wrote break-up songs before I ever held a boy’s hand. So, who knows? Maybe I’ll continue to do that, or maybe I’ll branch out? I just love writing music, and I hope that people continue to listen.’

Rodrigo also thinks getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is the ‘compassionate thing to do’.

The pop star recently visited the White House in a bid to encourage young Americans to get the coronavirus vaccine, and she’s explained why she thinks it’s so important.

The Drivers License hitmaker – who met with US President Joe Biden during her visit – explained to People: ‘It’s so important to get vaccinated, even if you’re young and healthy and not at risk. Vaccines help everyone. Just because you’re not particularly at risk doesn’t mean that people close to you aren’t.

‘It’s really the compassionate thing to do.’  

With the Prez: Rodrigo also thinks getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is the 'compassionate thing to do'. The pop star recently visited the White House in a bid to encourage young Americans to get the coronavirus vaccine, and she's explained why she thinks it's so important

With the Prez: Rodrigo also thinks getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is the ‘compassionate thing to do’. The pop star recently visited the White House in a bid to encourage young Americans to get the coronavirus vaccine, and she’s explained why she thinks it’s so important


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