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In my mind it wasn't relevant to what we were doing and the two are completely separate and that's how I want to keep it."I guess in some ways what made it difficult was that Lee did speak about it a little bit more than I did so I became the person who didn't talk about it.
There's different perceptions about how that came across."At the end of the day, I decided not to talk about it and that was my decision.
We're thinking of doing some more gigs and we're just enjoying the things that are coming and embracing everything and we're open to whatever the future holds."Do you still own a B*Witched doll?
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It can be difficult mentally after a certain amount of time.
Add that to the fact we were very young and more often than not, when you get into a pop group like that you are very young, and that can cause problems.
And we threw their sweets all around the room and then we hung the trainers from the ceiling and then we left them a little note saying 'the upside down man was here'."We snuck back into our dressing room like giggling schoolgirls, just waiting for them to come back off stage. Then they came into our dressing room looking at us suspiciously and eventually they figured out it was us."I don't know how, I mean we've got such innocent faces"There was a lot of focus during the first series on your relationship with Lee from 911. My decision was purely because I didn't want the attention to be on that.
Of course hearing their footsteps and then giggling and sniggering and watching them walk into their dressing room, we kind of expected reactions like, 'What the hell?! I wanted it to just be about the band, which is why we were doing the .
There's the contradiction right there where you're doing something that's so extremely amazing and on the other side you've got the kind of low point where you're in the hotel room afterwards when you're trying to come down off that buzz on stage and kind of reconnect with reality and realise that actually, you're quite lonely and you miss your friends and family and you just want a big bear hug off your dad.
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It was pretty innocent and there was just something really special about that era.
There's a little bit of it now but not so much and I think the industry's changed a lot now as well."I think a lot of artists nowadays are very explicit and in my opinion there's a lot of artists I see children looking up to now, who I wouldn't like my children to look up to."With pop groups of the '90s it was fine for children to look up to them because it was a bit more wholesome and it was a bit more clean and about good pop music and having fun."The Irish jig was a lot more innocent than a twerk.
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We didn't really find out much of what went on behind the scenes. ' I think two of us said, 'Oh no, can you make our noses a bit smaller?