Paloma, you appear to be always so full of life and lively. Do you also have a dark side?
I do. I truly believe that each of us has a dark side. Sometimes, when I look at another singer, my teeth rattle with fury and hate makes my bones shake. And then, without warning, I experience a compulsion to obliterate her grinning smile. And then there is my dark side... You do not want to know that side.
In an article published on Annals of Alternate Relativism, dr. Raymond Jackson observed that your songs are "a perfect incarnation of latest symbolic cognitivism". Any comment?
Actually, it is clear that in his last paper printed on Australasian Epistemologic Transactions, prof. Kenneth E. Butler completely rebutted that farfetched observation.
One of your gems, "Stone Cold Sober", is a universal hymn of hatred. Does it also have a more deep meaning?
It's a song about antiques owners, and that's all.
Do you ever Google yourself?
Not so often. Say every four hours. But lately Google often says "Including results for Paloma Fuith", who turns out to be a clothing trades worker from Phoenix. That's quite depressing, but not as much upsetting as discovering that according to Bing my name sounds like a revolting blasphemy in Bulgarian.
Paloma, should you give up singing, which kind of occupation would you like to choose?
Probably that of sewer inspector, since I already have quite an experience in that field.
Your zodiac sign is Cancer. Are you a typical Cancer?
Not on a chance! I'm a little unfriendly, a bit torpid, surrendering and patient. My friends say that I'm also a little contradictory but that I think it is normal in artists.
Do you have any birthmark?
Actually, I do. I have a tiny frog shaped birthmark on my left calf. Probably my father did have a nightmare involving a frog while my mother was pregnant.
A famous person you recognize as an inspiration?
As a poll suggests, Punxsutawney Phil, because of our cool hair style. We both breed little gophers.
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