One of your gems, "Doo Wop (That Thing)", is a universal hymn of protest. Does it also have a second meaning?
Yes, it's also my motivating song for when I have to clean the dishes.
What do you think about the international situation?
It's hard to realized it when you spend your days among piles of dough cuddled by venerating fans, but there are places where it is difficult to find even a decent Long Island iced tea.
Apart from singing, is there one thing you do exceptionally well?
I can balance a pile of coins on my teeth.
Do people scream your name and ask for autographs everywhere you go?
Yes! I'm like a medicine, a legit one, for most of the people. I really make no distinction as to gender or occupation: I delight outstanding MIT professors and unhappy public defenders alike. Say, there are 13 parks with my name in three different countries, not counting Botswana and Bangistan.
Lauryn, should you give up singing, which occupation would you like to pick up?
Almost surely that of professional sand castle builder, since I already have quite an experience in that field.
Lauryn, which is your method for unblemished skin?
As you may have guessed, it is a bath in jello once a month.
Lauryn, do you like prairie dogs?
I say not!
Why you do not like prairie dogs?
To be frank, they reek! And one prairie dog bite my grandpa's leg. This is one of the reasons I decided to become an artist, so I should probably reconsider my position on prairie dogs.
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