Olivia Rodrigo Confirms Romance With Adam Faze as They Share a Kiss in LA

Olivia Rodrigo appears to be happier than ever. On top of releasing her debut album, Sour, in May and dominating the music charts, the 18-year-old singer reportedly has a new man in her life. While attending the Space Jam: A New Legacy premiere party at Six Flags Magic Mountain in California on June 29, Olivia sparked romance rumors with 24-year-old producer Adam Faze when they were spotted cuddling in line. According to E! News, Olivia brought Adam as her plus-one to the event and introduced him as her boyfriend to fellow partygoers. "Olivia was in great spirits celebrating Space Jam 2 last night," a source told the publication. "They were really cute together and weren't trying to hide their affection at all."

The pair seemingly confirmed the romance rumors when they were spotted on a PDA-filled outing in Los Angeles on July 10. The duo were seen walking around town hand-in-hand before sharing a kiss at their car. Trust us, the "Drivers License" reference is not lost on us. It's unclear when the duo started dating, but according to E! News, the same source noted they "met through industry friends." "It's only been a few months but she seems really happy with him and they are definitely dating exclusively and getting serious," the insider said.

Olivia was previously linked to her High School Musical: The Musical: The Series costar Joshua Bassett, though neither of them have confirmed anything themselves. Following the release of her debut single, "Drivers License," in January, there has been a lot of speculation about who Olivia's breakup songs are about, but both Olivia and Joshua have generally shied away from commenting on the rumors. "The cool thing about music is people will relate it to their own personal experience," Joshua told POPSUGAR in March while discussing his EP, "and lately, people have been making it about other people's experience and assuming things and just making it their own thing. . . . People will say whatever they're going to say, man. I can't stop people — they're going to do whatever they want. So I hope people get enjoyment out of it no matter what, whether that's speculating or trying to make something more of it or whether that's just personal enjoyment."