Olivia Rodrigo Cheers on USC Football Team in Full Trojans Attire: ‘Go Trojans!’

Olivia Rodrigo

Olivia Rodrigo at the GQ Men of the Year Party 2023 at Bar Marmont on November 16, 2023 in Los Angeles, California

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Olivia Rodrigo might not be investing her very early 20s in college, however she’s still obtaining the university experience. The young singer-songwriter was USC’s important invitee over the weekend break at the southerly California college’s football game versus UCLA, where she passionately supported on the Trojans and shown off complete principal red and gold equipment.

Rodrigo, that when took a poetry class at USC (and transformed among her projects right into a tune on Guts, “Lacy”), uploaded a couple of game day images on her Instagram Story, posturing on the football area with red and gold battle paint on her face. Sporting a Trojans sweatshirt, she additionally broke a photo on the sidelines with her buddy Iris Apatow, that reportedly attends USC.

The “Vampire” vocalist additionally shot a fast TikTok for the USC Athletics web page, blinking a tranquility indication as she screamed over the barking group at The Coliseum in Los Angeles: “Hey what’s up? I’m Olivia Rodrigo, I’m at the SC, UCLA game! Fight on whoooo!”

In spite of all Rodrigo’s buzz, USC wound up losing to UCLA 38-20. Still, the Grammy victor appears to have enjoyed at the game, also sharing a video clip on her Story of USC’s pep band having fun “Good 4 U” in the stands.

The 20-year-old singer-actress’ time among USC football followers came simply a couple of days after she participated in the best of Hunger Games: Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes, to which she added an initial tune labelled “Can’t Catch Me Now.” On the red rug, she positioned for photos with participants of the movie’s actors, consisting of Rachel Zegler, Hunter Schafer and Tom Blyth.

See Rodrigo joy on USC listed below:


we’re better that @Olivia Rodrigo is supporting for us 🤩 #oliviarodrigo #usc #collegefootball

♬ original sound – USC Athletics



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