Olivia Rodrigo won three Grammy Awards on Sunday but left with only two solidly intact.
Rodrigo, 19, won three Grammys over the course of the evening. For “Sour,” she received the best pop vocal album, and she won the best pop solo performance for her debut single, the blockbuster No. 1 hit “Drivers License.”
After the show ended, while posing for pictures in the press room, the singer-songwriter dropped one of her awards on the ground, which broke in half, just like her idol Taylor Swift did 12 years ago.
After the trophy fell to the floor and snapped in two, the 19-year-old stood there, her two other Gramophones in hand, with a shocked look on her face.
A photographer tried to reassure Rodrigo by saying, “That’s all right” before jokingly adding, “We’ll just put it on your bill” .
Thankfully, an assistant came to her rescue and temporarily put the trophy back together so the “Good 4 U” singer could finish taking photos.
Talking about Déjà vu, Rodrigo has long cited Swift, now 32, as one of the biggest influences on her music career.
In 2010, Taylor Swift, who won four awards that night for her album “Fearless,” dropped one of the awards after the ceremony.
Rodrigo is famously a huge fan of Swift, having interpolated a lyric from Swift’s 2017 song “New Year’s Day” for her song “1 Step Forward, 3 Steps Back.”