Icelandic pop star Bjork quit living in the U.K. after three years because she felt she was turning into a socialite. The It's Oh So Quiet hitmaker moved to London in the early nineties to record her first solo album Debut - but the record's instant success in her adopted homeland made her feel uneasy. She explains, "Those three years, where I got to feel like a celebrity, that was a very tongue-in-cheek experience. Of course, you would want to try fame if you got the chance, but not for long. "It was an exciting time to be here (in the U.K.) for the music, but, when it stopped being about the music and was about being a socialite, I wasn't interested."