Pop star Ellie Goulding is resolute to write songs with positive messages for my child female fans.
The Scream It Out singer has developed into a role model for huge numbers of people around the world, and also the 29-year-old is knowledgeable of how much attention her music garners, so she sets out to publish tunes which resonate with your ex young devotees.
“I do not want girls to arrive at my age and feel as if they’re not pretty enough, not thin enough, or they may not be good enough for something or someone,” she told Seventeen magazine. “I’m naturally compassionate – that’s something I really like about myself. I always consider other folks before myself, and I think it is precisely what I try related to my music.”
“I want to create lyrics that women can connect with,” she added. “I’m a woman; I know how hard it’s… If girls are anything like me when I would be a teenager, then I desire them to know it is all totally going to be okay.”
Ellie is romantically of this particular likes of Niall Horan, Ed Sheeran and Skrillex previously, and recently she split from Dougie Poynter we have spent two years within a relationship with him.
However, in their Seventeen interview, the chart-topper maintains she and Ed were never within a relationship, and insists her song On My Mind just isn’t about him.
“We’ve known one another for a number of years,” she began. “I think he’s an extremely nice guy plus a brilliant musician. We’ve bumped into the other and we’ve hung out and stuff, even so the thing is that if I spend time with someone, it’s instantly like I’m ‘dating’ them. We were never in the relationship. My song is just not about him.”
She did, however, briefly date One Direction’s Niall, and he or she is grateful for his continued friendship: “We’re still friends. We started a few dates, plus it was really fun. He’s an extremely, really lovely guy. He’s got the largest sense of humor, he’s very caring, and I see him as being a genuine friend in the market.”
Meanwhile, Ellie has assured fans she is just not “quitting music” after her latest break-up. She confirmed the split in a very new interview with Britain’s The Sun newspaper, published on Thursday, when she admitted this has been tough working with the heartache within the public eye.
“I’m not in a very relationship any further and that’s been hard,” Goulding confessed, before revealing she actually is planning a career hiatus to revamp her personal life once her Delirium world tour ends in October.
“I’m not writing new stuff,” she said. “I’m uncertain when I’ll to discharge new album. It might not also be next year. I need days off for my personal head.”
Her comments prompted some fans to fear she was walking away through the music industry completely, but this lady has since arrive at Twitter to insist she’ll be back after choosing a well-deserved vacation.
“I am not quitting music, I’ve come beyond the boundary for that!” she declared on Thursday afternoon. “Just using a break. It’s been seven years since I had time away…. Love you all.”