Charli XCX isn't worried what people think of her after taking advice from singer and pal Robyn.
Charli XCX doesn't care what people think of her.
The 'Boom Clap' hitmaker has taken Robyn's advice that she shouldn't worry too much about how others see her but simply focus on staying positive within herself.
She told NME magazine: ''Robyn once told me to always be me, not worry about what other people think, and f**k everyone if they don't like it.
''To hear that from someone who I admired was so cool and comforting. Just do what makes you feel good and hang out with people you love and feel happy with ... I feel that equals good life vibes.''
Whilst most girls her age are busy partying, Charli refuses to hold any events at her home because she doesn't want her ''old and vintage'' furniture to get damaged.
She said previously: ''I invite friends over and we hang out, but I'm really into furniture design, so I'm crazy about my stuff - like if someone spilled wine on my sofa I would go insane. It's old and vintage. I have more pizza and movie nights than raves. I go to someone else's to do that.''
Meanwhile, the 24-year-old singer insists she doesn't mind being really busy as she ''hates being bored''.
She added: ''I had some time off at the beginning of the year but I love what I do and I like being busy. I hate being bored.''
However, Charli doesn't need to worry about making time to work out as she revealed it is her on stage performances that keep her fit.
She said: ''Performing is my favourite workout. I do go pretty hard on stage. The gym is not my scene. I did an Insanity workout on tour for a while. It was hilarious.
''Does pizza-eating count as a sport?! That's good for biceps, surely? Lift and bite! I love sushi, but I also love pizza. Let's just say it's balanced!''
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