Olivia Rodrigo 'would love' to be on the upcoming 'Speak Now (Taylor's Version)'

Olivia Rodrigo 'would love' to be on the upcoming 'Speak Now (Taylor's Version)'
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Olivia Rodrigo at the 2021 BRIT Awards and Taylor Swift during the 2011 Speak Now Tour. BRIT Awards/Rick Diamond/Getty Images
  • Olivia Rodrigo is shooting her shot to duet with Taylor Swift on one of her upcoming re-releases.

  • The singer told NME she "would love to be on a 'Speak Now' song," as its her favorite Swift album.

  • Swift has been re-recording her old music in order to take back ownership of her masters.

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Rodrigo was profiled by NME in May, ahead of the release of her debut album "Sour" on May 21, and her first performance on "SNL" on May 15.

During the interview, Rodrigo spoke about Taylor Swift, and how she had been inspired by Swift's career, business sense, and determination. "I've always looked up to Taylor since I was literally five years old," she said, "Obviously I think she's the best songwriter of all time, but she's so business-savvy and she really cares about her career in that regard too - that's been really inspiring for me to watch somebody take control of their career and their life like that," she added.

The "Drivers License" singer also revealed what her favorite Swift album is: her third album, 2010's "Speak Now." Notably, it was Swift's first album that she wrote entirely by herself, and contains songs such as "Mine," "Dear John," "The Story of Us," and "Back to December."

Rodrigo added that she'd be interested in collaborating with Swift.

"My favorite Taylor Swift album is 'Speak Now'," she told NME. "I would love to be on a 'Speak Now' song. I'm just so excited to listen to them, though. I love listening to the vault recordings and stuff like that," she continued. It's not out of the question - for her "Fearless" re-release, Swift featured new songs with Maren Morris and Keith Urban, and re-recorded the original duet "Breathe" with Colbie Caillat.

The two met for the first time at the 2021 BRIT Awards, and Rodrigo has spoken about how Swift sent her a handwritten letter after the success of "Drivers License," so it's not too far out of the question to expect a Swift/Rodrigo duet in the future.

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