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"By putting yourself in the  media spotlight, I suppose you attract a certain amount of public interest but that doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s in people’s best interest to know about your life. Personally I’ve always been against the whole idea of L.A. Sure I have some really great friends there, but if you live somewhere like that and complain about being shot by the paparazzi or being followed around or having people write things about you, then in my eyes you’re a fucking idiot because you’re in the center of that world. Don’t live there and then complain about it. I live in London and last night I was out with the boys at the pub. Did anyone give a crap? Absolutely not, just how I like it." Jamie Campbell Bower Hunger Magazine Issue 6

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"I’d never describe myself as a teen heartthrob and I’ve always been very careful not to describe myself as a role model because, like anyone in the world, I am human and I fuck up and I make mistakes. I’d never want anyone to make the same mistakes that I’ve made. I’d never sit here and pretend to be a figure of morality because I’m absolutely not. What I do see myself as is a mascot for kids who feel weird or out of place. When I was growing up I never really had someone I could look up to who spoke honestly. There’s so much fucking bullshit in the world. People are trying to project this wholesome and squeaky clean image and it’s fucking nonsense. I’d rather be honest. Maybe I’m not going to get any Disney movies, but I’d rather be that way.” Jamie Campbell Bower Hunger Magazine Issue 6

"I’d never describe myself as a teen heartthrob and I’ve always been very careful not to describe myself as a role model because, like anyone in the world, I am human and I fuck up and I make mistakes. I’d never want anyone to make the same mistakes that I’ve made. I’d never sit here and pretend to be a figure of morality because I’m absolutely not. What I do see myself as is a mascot for kids who feel weird or out of place. When I was growing up I never really had someone I could look up to who spoke honestly. There’s so much fucking bullshit in the world. People are trying to project this wholesome and squeaky clean image and it’s fucking nonsense. I’d rather be honest. Maybe I’m not going to get any Disney movies, but I’d rather be that way.” Jamie Campbell Bower Hunger Magazine Issue 6