Lorde Suffered From Body Shaming After 'Royals' Became A Hit In 2013

Danny Woods
June 16, 2017

Songwriting allowed her to express "things that were hard to say or talk to someone I was scared to", Yelich-O'Connor says. The songstress told NME in an interview published on Thursday, June 15, that her rise to stardom was overwhelming and that she had to learn how to deal with online trolls.

Lorde felt "rocked" by criticism she faced when she became a global star at the age of 16.

'I remember being like, 'Whoa!

With her sophomore album, Lorde grows up and gets even stronger, her skills sharpened and her stance steady.

"I suck at being famous".

"But it was important for me to say", she added.

Lorde performed both "Green Light" and "Liability" for the first time live on the March 11 edition of Saturday Night Live, which was hosted by actress Scarlett Johansson.

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It turns out that much has been going on for Lorde in the four years since her debut album "Pure Heroine".

I'm sure we're all excited just to get the music in our hands, so I wonder if you're aware that Lorde's Melodrama is a concept album.

"This show is my strongest yet and I can't bloody wait to dance with you", she wrote on Facebook.

However, she says that she now feels like that level of negativity has diminished, as has her reaction to it.

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The New Zealand born singer-songwriter is gearing up to release her second album Melodrama, and will tour extensively in support.

"I feel like the whole time spent writing this record I've had him in my thoughts, I've had him in my heart".

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