GLENDALE, Calif. (KABC) -- When you're a pop music sensation and your smash hit is called "Drivers License," there's only one place to film a concert - the DMV.
Singer Olivia Rodrigo recently took over the Department of Motor Vehicles office in Glendale to film a performance for NPR's "Tiny Desk" concert series.
The California DMV took to Twitter on Tuesday asking its followers if they recognized the office - which appeared to be empty at the time of the filming.
Rodrigo recently announced her "Sour" tour will kick off in San Francisco in April. It includes two shows at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles.
On Tuesday, Google released its top trending searches of the year.
"Drivers License" was the most searched song on Google of 2021.