Thursday November 11, 2010 10:54 pm
Duffy Felt Isolated by Fame
Welsh singer Duffy became a worldwide star in 2008 thanks to her debut album Rockferry, but admits she found it hard to deal with because working so much meant she was lonely.
"I was living out of a suitcase and always flying here and there. It was everything I'd ever dreamed of but there were times when I found it hard," she admitted. "I love my music and performing but some of the other demands terrified me. I am just a normal girl from Wales and always will be."
"Once in America I locked myself in my room and cried and I'm not that kind of girl. I am quite tough and can cope with almost anything but that time was horrible. I just wanted my mum with me," Duffy recalled. "I remember feeling as though things were going to fall apart. I don't know if it was a borderline breakdown -- but it was a hard time."
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Although she initially struggled to cope with the pressures of success, Duffy is now much happier thanks to her rugby star boyfriend Mike Phillips. "I have learned a lot about myself through my new songs. They're like therapy and I realize I was lonely because I was needing a man, someone to protect me and call my own," she explained to The Sun.
"I wrote 'Endlessly' when I was dreaming of meeting someone. I genuinely wanted someone to put their arms around me. I knew I was missing something in my life - then I met Mike and knew he was the one from our first date."
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