Entertainment Music Courtney Love Accuses Olivia Rodrigo of Recreating Hole Album Cover: 'Manners Is Manners' "Spot the difference," Courtney Love wrote, posting an image from Olivia Rodrigo's Sour, which appears to be heavily influenced by the art for Hole's 1994 album Live Through This By Glenn Garner Glenn Garner Instagram Twitter Glenn Garner is a Writer/Reporter who works heavily with PEOPLE's Movies and TV verticals. Since graduating from Northern Arizona University with a dual major in journalism and photography, he got his professional start at OUT Magazine, The Advocate and Teen Vogue, and he's since consistently kept his finger on the pulse of the LGBTQ community. His first book The Guncle Guide was released in 2020 and was featured on Katie Couric's list of 100 recommended books of the year. People Editorial Guidelines Published on June 26, 2021 04:44 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Geffen; twitter Courtney Love is keeping the Disney+ generation in check. The grunge rock legend, 56, used social media to call attention to the obvious similarities between the cover art of her band Hole's 1994 album, Live Through This, and an image for Olivia Rodrigo's debut album, Sour, which she dropped last month. "Spot the difference! #twinning!" Love wrote on Twitter, quote tweeting Rodrigo's album art. Ellen von Unwerth photographed the now-iconic image from the Live Through This cover, depicting model Leilani Bishop with a bouquet and a prom queen's tiara as mascara tears ran down her face. Rodrigo appeared to pay homage to the seminal album in a very similar photo of herself in the art for her Sour Prom Concert Film. Courtney Love Slams Lily James and Pam & Tommy Series: 'My Heart Goes Out to' Pamela Anderson "Since I never got to go to prom, I wanted to throw a little prom party with my fav ppl (you guys obvs)," Rodrigo, 18, wrote on Twitter, announcing the film with the image of herself serving heartbroken prom queen. She didn't acknowledge Love or Von Unwerth. Love chimed in on the discourse in her Facebook comments, explaining that it was "rude" to recreate the image without her permission, but added that she's not that bothered by it since it happens to her frequently. "But manners is manners," she wrote. Courtney Love. Nicholas Hunt/Getty The four-time Grammy nominee noted that Rodrigo's label, Geffen Records, is largely responsible. "It's on GEFFEN," Love added. "I've informed [Rodrigo] I await her flowers snd [sic] note. I sure hope it's long. Does Disney teach kids reading and writing? God knows. Let's see. Yes this is rude. Rage inducing? Honey if I had a dollar for everyone [sic] this happens? I'd be real rich!" Rodrigo responded to Love on Instagram, showing her love for the Celebrity Skin artist. "Love u and live through this sooooo much," the High School Musical: The Musical: The Series actress wrote. "Olivia - you're welcome," Love replied to Rodrigo, while doubling down on her expectation of flowers and an apology. "My favorite florist is in Notting Hill, London! Dm me for deets! I look forward to reading your note!" RELATED VIDEO: Olivia Rodrigo Is Capturing Hollywood Hearts It's not the first time Rodrigo has been accused of taking inspiration from other artists. Her track "Good 4 U" featured an aughts pop punk sound, which drew comparisons to Paramore's "Misery Business." Meanwhile, the music video appeared to be aesthetically inspired by the Megan Fox-led 2009 cult classic Jennifer's Body, which was also named after a Hole song from Live Through This. "I'm just constantly learning and growing at such a rapid rate," Rodrigo recently told PEOPLE after debuting Sour. "I'm writing songs and I'm really happy. I'm a lot happier than I was when I wrote that record, which is great. I'm a lot more confident, which I think is a good aspect of growing up. We'll see what the next era brings, but I'm excited to start working on it." A rep for Rodrigo did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment. Listen below to our daily podcast PEOPLE Every Day for more on what Courtney Love said about Olivia Rodrigo's cover art.