"On one hand, I’m amazed, and in awe, and on the other hand, I’m horrified. I think she should be applauded for her tenacity and her slaying of popular culture, but on the other hand, I do find there is a slight hole there somewhere. There’s an emotional vacuum that is just not picking me up–it’s lost its suction power–and my heart isn’t drawn to it…Other parts of my body certainly are! But it’s just not—I’ve always been more into artists who are really driven by their somewhat volatile personalities and who they really are. For instance, I think David Bowie is great, but I was more into Nina Simone, or people who are who they are. Constructs always make me a little weirded out."
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