Anne-Marie is looking for bad boys to write songs about

Anne-Marie is on the hunt for more romantic experiences to write songs about credit:Bang Showbiz
Anne-Marie is on the hunt for more romantic experiences to write songs about credit:Bang Showbiz

Anne-Marie is looking for a new "a**hole" guys to write songs about.

The ‘Rockabye’ hitmaker is on the hunt for romances, regardless of whether they are heart-breaking or not, to inspire new lyrics following a “break” from music.

Speaking to the Daily Star newspaper's Wired column, the 30-year-old singer said: “I actually took a break for the first time ever. I basically just realised that I hadn’t stopped writing since maybe seven years ago. But after the the second album came out I needed to figure out what the next idea is, to live and experience some a**holes!"

The ‘Ciao Adios singer - whose second LP 'Therapy' came out in July 2021 - has made a vow to become more independent in 2022 as her anxiety has stopped her doing a lot of things other people take for granted.

Anne-Marie said: “I set myself a task to do something on my own, because I’ve never done anything on my own - travel. I haven’t been to the shops on my own, I haven’t done anything because I’m so scared!”

The pop star - who released her first album ‘Speak Your Mind’ in 2018 - was held back by “the fear of getting things wrong” so opted to start with a night out at the Savoy Theatre’s production of ‘Pretty Woman’.

She said: “It was the fear of getting things wrong, so I decided to go to the theatre on my own and watch a show in the West End.

“I went online and booked the tickets by myself, which seems so stupid but I’d never done this.”

Anne-Marie admits seeing the stage musical adaption of the 1990 romantic movie which starred Julia Roberts and Richard Gere was a really “cool day” because of the milestone it represented for her.

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