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Lana Del Rey admits she doesn't like her hit video
Lizzie Grant as she is known in real life – her stage name is a mix between classic Hollywood actress Lana Turner and the Ford Del Rey – told the Daily Star that she had little expectation that the song would be such a big hit.
"Had I known so many people were going to watch the video, I'd have put some more effort into it," she said.
"I would have got my hair and make-up done and tried not to be so pouty, seeing as everyone talks about my face all the time. And I'd have put more of a storyline into it."
In a revealing interview, the singer-songwriter, who is expected to make it really big in 2012, admitted that she's not really a fan of modern-music. From the age of 19, she's been listening to the classics.
"That's where I found Bob Dylan, Frank Sinatra, Jeff Buckley, Leonard Cohen – my masters – and I've never really listened to anything else since," she told the newspaper.
Posted on 24 Nov 2011 14:22 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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