During her concert at Terminal 5 in New York City on Nov. 19, singer/songwriter Kate Nash stepped off stage to change outfits abruptly. She told the crowd of mostly girls, but a decent showing of dudes that she almost had a wardrobe malfunction. Vintage. Later in the set, before playing "Skeleton Song," she aimed this line at her female fans: "you don't have to be hungry to be happy." Yep, that's Kate Nash -- always charming and honest no matter how blunt she can be.
Hours before she took the city stage, I spoke with the celebrated Brit, who broke out with her 2007 debut "Made of Bricks," and found her equally candid and refreshingly down-to-earth. Case in point -- within seconds of meeting, she offered me some of her Tostitos. Free tortilla chips is the new form of British charm as far as I'm concerned.
2010 has been exciting and extremely busy for Nash, who released her sophomore album My Best Friend is Youand toured to support it for the better part of the year. The 24 year old plans to take the holidays off before thinking about cracking out another album. Watch below...
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