"The Only Pirate At The Party", I'd prefer the audiobook since she is reading it herself.
None of those. She is not a very good violinist, I'd say she's at the level of a third or fourth chair violinist in an orchestra. Her music was somewhat original when she came up with it, so she got a pretty strong audience.
In her defense, I like he as a show man. Even if not a very good violinist, her whole show is fun to watch.
>acts autistic in interviews
She doesn't look autistic
>is she really a retard?
You need to be a retard if you're writing a "memoir" at her age.
She already said in an interview the she doesn't play videogames, she hardly knows any of the characters she dresses like.
There are some things to like about her.
1. Her music is okay as a sort of junk food for the ears
2. She's a qt for her age. Well, kind of. She actually looks older than she is because anorexia.
>She's a qt for her age
That's the celebrity effect.
People think celebrities are more attractive than they actually are, this is, there is a heavy influence of the social status into how we perceive attractiveness.
It's also the reason ugly-ass rockstars marry hot models and actresses.
>You need to be a retard if you're writing a "memoir" at her age.
Not really. This is the height of her popularity. In a few years no one will remember she existed.
This is the perfect time to release a memoir and grab all the neckbeard $$$ she can.
I don't think it applies to men as much as women, but it definitely applies.
That's the reason so much people are into Lindsey, for example, or the reason many actresses in their 50's date men in their 20's.
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The height of virtuosity (Leonid Kogan)
Lindsey talent-less Stirling