The singer recently appeared on a web series, where a young boy named Miles gave her some dating tips
Olivia Rodrigo is getting some dating advice from a young kid.
In a new clip from the web series Recess Therapy — where host Julian Shapiro-Barnum sits down with little ones to hear their opinions about life — the Grammy winner was joined by a young kid named Miles, who shared his own thoughts on relationships.
The video began with Rodrigo, 20, asking the little boy how he thinks she can find love, to which he responded, "Pick a person that looks kind."
"I really hope you find love," he added, before delicately putting his hand on Rodrigo's knee.
The singer then called Miles "so sweet," which prompted him to add an important clarification to his advice. "The only person you can't marry is your cousins," Miles said, which garnered laughs from both Rodrigo and the web series creator.
Elsewhere in the clip, Rodrigo asked Miles what happens when you marry a cousin. His response: "Something bad happens to your body."
As for what other qualities are important in a partner, Miles got candid with Rodrigo.
"It cannot have bags and it's running, or a suitcase and is running very fast into stores and is not paying," Miles said, before Shapiro-Barnum translated his statement: "You do not want people who have baggage or steal."
Rodrigo's participation in the web series came about after the singer-songwriter released her sophomore album Guts earlier this month. The project debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.
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“For the first few months of writing Guts I was dealing with a lot of noise in my head about whether it was going to be good enough or whether I could ever top what I did on Sour,” she told PEOPLE before the album release. “It definitely adds a lot of pressure.”
“I had to switch my mindset into just trying to write songs that I would like to hear on the radio and not trying to beat anything or achieve any sort of commercial success,” Rodrigo added. “Then it became a lot more fun, and the music became a lot better.”
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