TALLIA Storm has hit back at trolls who have slammed her sexy wardrobe choices – and says she is “unapologetic”.
The singer, 24, has hit headlines recently with a string of daring outfits, including a bikini to the Brits, leather on the red carpet and even eye-popping looks while doing her shopping.
But Tallia, who was discovered by Elton John when she was just 13, insists it’s all part of being an entertainer and says people are just ‘jealous’ they don’t have the ‘balls’ to dress like her.
Speaking to The Sun, Tallia explained: “I get so much hate on my Tik Tok. I think when I’m posting a video that gets six million views if it’s getting 1000 hate comments, then what is 1000 people out of those six million?
“It’s my job to be an entertainer. And if you think of the likes of Katy Perry, Rihanna, Lady Gaga – these are superstars. The ones who are unafraid, the ones who don’t feel like they need to fit in. I don’t need to look like every other girl.”
She continued: “I want to be role model for kids to just be themselves and if you want to wear trackies and no makeup, do it. But if you also feel like being super OTT, then it’s embarrassing to who?
“This is what I always say, why are you embarrassed? You know? These people are just jealous that they don’t have that unapologetic attitude to do the things you’re doing and I think it brings the jealousy out of them because they wish they had the balls to just go do it.”
Tallia, who is gearing up to release her new single and has a “super sexy” video to accompany it, continued: “I think this is my year of just being fearless. Bringing super feminine energy but just being unapologetic with it.
“I love serving these looks. If I want to wear a suit, I’ll wear a suit. If I want to be half naked at the Brits. I feel like that’s who I am.”
The Scottish born beauty is determined to crack the music industry once and for all this year after a series of big successes.
And Tallia, who describes herself as a hustler, is not afraid to put in hard work – revealing she has lost nearly two stone in the last year.
“I think if I want to be up there, you’ve got to be realistic with yourself”, she said.
“You’ve got to put in the hours. You know how many people try to be singers and don’t make it? You’ve got to do the things people aren’t willing to do if you want to get all the way.
“I’m just super determined and I’ve got my eye on the prize and it’s kind of difficult. It takes a lot of work and a lot of luck. So I feel like the next ingredient is just luck.”
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