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A friend of mine, who will remain nameless,who is a gay man, he actually taught me to put baby powder in my bangs when I get sweaty. It makes them look fabulous, because I get gnarly when I perform.
I used to get in trouble a lot for wearing very low-cut shirts and see-through stuff with bras. And there were definitely some girls that would, you know, drink in the cafeteria and shit like that, and they would get thrown out of school. I never got caught for anything like that. But we were definitely bad kids in a good environment. I mean, I was actually a very good student. I just sort of stuck out like a sore thumb, no different than today. But I value my education a lot. It's interesting because even though in a social way, it was kind of a weird environment to grow up in, in a lot of ways it was great because I'm a really great musician as a result of it.
I don't really give a fuck at the end of the day.
I am really inspired by the Italians like Gabbana, Versace and Gucci. But I am looking it in that way and trying to make my own.
My ultimate goal is to work with fashion designers and do performance pieces on a runway show.
I used to go-go dance and set G-strings on fire, stuff like that. I've changed my act a little now but it's definitely still provocative. It began as more of a burlesque show. Those days will be back soon, don't worry!
Paris and Nicky Hilton went to my school. They're very pretty, and very, very clean. It's impressive to be that perfect all the time. In commercial terms, they've been quite an influence on me.
Writing a record is like dating a few men at once. You take them to the same restaurants to see if they measure up, and at some point you decide who you like best. When you make music or write or create, it's really your job to have mind-blowing, irresponsible, condomless sex with whatever idea it is you're writing about at the time.
The turning point for me was the gay community. I've got so many gay fans and they're so loyal to me and they really lifted me up. They'll always stand by me and I'll always stand by them. It's not an easy thing to create a fanbase.
I don't want to sound presumptuous, but I've made it my goal to revolutionize pop music. The last revolution was launched by Madonna 25 years ago
I was always a weird girl in school, who did theatre and came to school with lots of red lipstick on or my hair perfectly curled, or whatever I was doing to get attention. It's funny as it's almost like they were there to make me aware, because so much of what I do now is that I try to twist my world into the commercial community. So I guess they've been quite an influence on me. Not them in particular, but the idea of the self-proclaimed artist.
I used to get made fun of for being either too provocative or too eccentric, so I started to tone it down. I didn't fit in, and I felt like a freak.
My nickname was Big Boobs McGee .At that time, my breasts were much bigger, and firm, and delicious. I was 15 to 20 pounds heavier than I am now...I would wear shirts that were low-cut and the teachers would tell me that I couldn't wear them, and I'd point to another girl who was wearing the same thing, and they would say, 'Well, it looks different on her.' It wasn't fair.
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