EVANESCENCE Singer Weighs In On BRITNEY And CHRISTINA
EVANESCENCE singer Amy Lee weighed in on today's crop of pop divas during a recent guest appearance on 104 FM in Washington D.C. with Haber and Erin. "There are so many of these stupid pop divas that are really going down lately," Lee said. "They're going down, they really are. It's not the big thing anymore. Like Britney Spears and all that, they don't threaten me, they don't bother me because they're not talented... But Christina Aguilera, for example, is really talented. I think she has an amazing voice. I listened to that 'Stripped' CD, and I think the songs and her vocals are amazing. And I am so pissed off at her for being the 'Queen Filthy McNasty' because she doesn't have to be. She could totally be like Aretha Franklin or something. She could rely on that talent and do great. She's that talented so I think she could be really successful without completely making it like a porn star." Lee also said she was "so pissed off" about the direction Jewel has gone on her new album. Listen to the entire interview here (Real Audio player required).
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