The iconic Amy Winehouse performing “Valerie.” Swoon.
You may have seen some TMZ photos of me checking into The Lady Gaga Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center, but I know you’re much too smart to believe everything you see in the tabloids. Don’t worry, my darlings! It’s not the drinking and pill popping that have me knocking on Gaga’s door. I’ve been diagnosed with a rare but glamorous form of exhaustion known as “fierce fatigue” among celebrities and trendsetters. (It’s like gay fatigue, but without the existential identity crisis).
Please accept my thanks to all of you from the bottom of my heart for standing by me. Because of the overwhelming support and love from my amazing fans, I’m inspired and determined to (yawn)…what was I saying?… beat this thing. My wonderful publicist, Deborah Zimmerman, will post occasional updates on my progress, so stay tuned. In the meantime, be well my lovelies! xoxo
Whether you’re nice or naughty, you’re going to like Sabrina Chap’s new video!
From The Queerist:
In a world of flash-in-the-pan acts and pop music saturation, it’s a joy to discover Sabrina Chap, a deeply talented musician who’s well grounded in songwriting and grand performanceship . When her songwriting career collided with a discovery of ragtime years ago, it launched her in a new direction, creating jazzy-heavy tunes with vintage, hearty vocals. Clever lyrics and a penchant for cabaret only amped up the appeal. Read the rest here.
Inspiration from the world of Miss Grace Jones….
“I do what I want and I’m satisfied with it, whether or not it pleases everybody…. Actually, there are certain people I definitely don’t want to please. There are some people I’m like ‘Oh no, puh-leeeze don’t like me!'”
“If you’re out there you’re vulnerable. People prefer to disappear in life, to repress their personality. That’s not living. It’s dying. I see them all over the place, the walking dead.”
“I wasn’t born this way. One creates oneself.”