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Ellie Goulding not ready for BRIT
Ellie Goulding is unprepared for the BRIT Awards.
The hotly-tipped singer, who won the BRITS 2010 Critics Choice Award in December 2009, admits she has not had time to prepare for the event, which take place on February 16.
She said: "God, I haven't even started getting ready for that! I haven't got a speech, haven't got a dress... I haven't even had time to talk to anyone about it.
"I'm meant to be getting sorted out on Sunday, but if that doesn't happen then it's just straight into the wardrobe for something.
"How are you supposed to prepare for that sort of thing anyway? I'm not exactly going to go there and go, 'Right, tonight, I will be noshing with celebrities'."
Despite being the most critically acclaimed artist of 2010 so far, Ellie admits that her music taste in the past has not always been so stellar.
She admitted to website The Quietus: "My first record? I'm not really sure, my memory's terrible... I think it might have been a Spice Girls tape. I think I bought everything, though - lots of dance, Simply Red's 'Fairground', bit of Blur, The Verve, Supergrass, a lot of classical."Posted on 15 Feb 2010 10:30 to category : Music News
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