I totally feel like an underdog: Lorde

Reflection'I still don't know how I escaped fairly unscathed from the whole thing' Lorde also revealed during the 60 Minutes interview with regards to her instant stardom

Reflection'I still don't know how I escaped fairly unscathed from the whole thing' Lorde also revealed during the 60 Minutes interview with regards to her instant stardom

"It's like having a friend with very specific allergies".

"There are certain places you can't go together".

In a feature published on Saturday, The Guardian asked Lorde what it's like to maintain a friendship with someone as famous as Taylor Swift, who, let's not forget, has been nearly completely off the radar lately except for her recent return to Spotify.

During an interview with The Guardian, the singer explained that being friends with Taylor is like being friends with someone that has "autoimmune disease"! There are these different sets of considerations within the friendship.

She explained that the stars are all friends because they support each other. "It's like having a friend with an autoimmune disease". But, I think one record is cool, one record, you know?

'My approach is like, "Well deal with it",' she continued with a laugh.

The "Green Light" singer, real name Ella, won big at last night's iHeartRadio MuchMusic Awards in Canada.

Beating the likes of Ed Sheeran and Katy Perry to the top spot, Lorde seemed overwhelmed at her win.

I just want to say how grateful I am to everyone who waited for this record. "So, I think, until then, (I consider) myself as an underdog", Lorde said on Australian TV news show "60 Minutes".

And with the personality's highly-anticipated second album due for release on June 16, it could be possible to hear Lorde open up on the split in the lyrics.

'I think it's definitely for a long time that I'm going to remember, it's been really formative for me, ' Lorde continued.

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