Olivia Olson is now a 27-year-old actress and singer-songwriter and has come a long way since she shot to fame in her first ever film role.
Back in 2003, she stole the show amongst the star-studded cast of Love Actually, playing talented singing schoolgirl Joanna Anderson.
Joanna was somewhat of a key — if absent — character for the majority of Richard Curtis’ classic rom com as the object of young Sam’s (played by Thomas Brodie-Sangster) affection.
Fans will remember her best, however, for her vocal talents in the school nativity concert scene where she belted out a stunning rendition of Mariah Carey’s All I Want for Christmas Is You.
In Love Actually, Olson’s character took to the stage to dazzle the audience with her singing skills, at the end turning to point directly at Sam as she crooned: “All I want for Christmas is… you!”
Sam’s face then falls as she proceeds to gesture at several others, though, adding: “And you, and you…”
Thankfully, his luck changes when he decides to dash to the airport at the last minute to tell Joanna how he feels before she hops on a flight back home to America for Christmas.
Running through the airport, he eventually gets a sweet peck on the cheek from his crush.
Back in the present day, Olson is keen to emphasise that she’s not just the Love Actually