Alanis Morrissette and David Foster lead this year's inductees into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame.

The list also includes other notable artists such as 62-year-old "Please Forgive Me" singer Bryan Adams, Jim Vallance and Daniel Lavoie.

Olivia Rodrigo, who has been a fan of Morrissette since her early teens, will induct the "You Oughta Know" singer into the prestigious organization on Sept. 24 at Toronto's Massey Hall.

"We're thrilled to announce a special appearance by Grammy Award Winning singer-songwriter @oliviarodrigo at the 2022 Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame Gala," the organization said in an Instagram post Tuesday.

"I remember hearing Alanis for the first time when I was about 13. I was in the car with my parents when Jagged Little Pill came on," Rodrigo, 19, wrote.

The "Sour" musician added, "I heard 'Perfect,' I was like, 'Oh, my God... You can write songs like that?' I just looked at music and songwriting in a completely different way."

Canadian musicians Alessia Cara, JP Saxe and Ruby Waters will pay tribute to Morrissette during the induction ceremony. Chad Kroeger and Ryan Peake of Nickelback, Corey Hart, Jessie Reyez, Charlotte Cardin, Serena Ryder, Neil Donell of Chicago and Deborah Cox will also perform at the event.

Last year, Rodrigo and Morissette appeared together on Rolling Stone's "Musicians on Musicians" podcast and revealed they no longer read anything written about them in the media or online.

"Somewhere around 22, I stopped reading everything because it wasn't really relevant to my personal growth and evolution," the "Ironic" singer said at the time. "I had enough people around me who would point out blind spots whether I wanted them to or not. And I love therapy, so I've always had a huge team of therapists. But at the end of the day it became 'Who do I feel seen by?'"

Rodrigo said she decided to stop reading about herself because she felt young women like herself were subjected to "an incredibly unrealistic standard."

The "Good 4 U" singer said, "I don't think anyone is meant to look at that stuff. I don't think we as human beings are supposed to know what thousands of people think about what we wore or what we said or how we talk."

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Alanis Morissette, who sang at the 2015 JUNO Awards on March 15, 2015 in Hamilton, Canada, might be performing at this year’s Jazz Fest in New Orleans. Sonia Recchia/Getty Images