one of my favorite interview


Twelve Days of Twelve, Day 12: Peter Capaldi Appreciation

Maybe (probably) it was because I was there, but this has always been one of my favorite stories about Doctor Who that Peter’s told during interviews. The World Tour was just full stop amazing and honestly (looking at it now) only hinted at what a big Whovian Peter was before ever getting this job. His love for the show has been so clear in everything he’s done- both in acting and in being an amazing, kind, lovely ambassador for the show. I’m so happy that he got to fulfill his childhood dream and play Doctor Who.


I started reading books and I fell in love with words. And I still do. You know you read books- that’s why I don’t like the Kindle and stuff, I like to underline it and mess it all up. So I started to do that and I just love words and I love the voices that you know, different writers had, different characters had. x


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remember that one interview during mitam promo with grimmy where harry had to use that voice app and it was SO OBVIOUS that everyone in one direction loves and enjoys each other???  what a great interview.  It really warms my heart.  

“After interviewing my mother and father for A Seat At The Table, it feels like full circle to have chosen my sister to interview me for Interview Magazine. It is one of my favorite to date”

Solange talks growing up in Houston and ‘A Seat At at The Table’ with her sister in a her new cover story with Interview Magazine. On newsstands January 17th!

Hyuna doesn't like being physically affectionate

Q. You formed your new unit Triple H with E'Dawn and Hui. How do you feel?
Hyuna: I feel great to form a new unit with the Pentagon members, who are the future of Cube Entertainment. Some people say Cube uses me to promote them, but I have a lot to learn from them too. I was very nervous when I was preparing for Triple H’s first album.

Q. What’s your relationship with the two young members?
Hyuna: They might feel uncomfortable being with me, but we try to take care of each other. I think we’re still trying to find common ground.

Q. You appeared on Music Core and Inkigayo last week. Were you satisfied with your performance?
Hyuna: Even though I appeared on only two music chart shows because music chart shows these days are not that popular, I love my costume with a floral pattern. And it’s fun to wink too. I didn’t know I’m that much cute, haha.

Q. It’s notable that you acted in Triple H’s music video.
Hyuna: It’s meaningful to me, but I don’t think I’m good at acting. I’m still nervous when I sing on stage even though it has been 10 years since debut, and I think I should concentrate on singing rather than acting.

Q. There many idols who cross the line between singing and acting, though.
Hyuna: My father dreamed of becoming an actor, and that’s why he made me take auditions to be an actress when I was young. But I failed about 50 auditions, haha. People say I’m really talented, but I’m not. I just could improve my ability thanks to my father and agency, and I’m still trying to learn. My father is the one who always supports me. When I caught in a controversy, he doesn’t worry about it or try to console me. Instead, he just says “That’s my girl. She did so great that many people speak ill of you”.

Q. Triple H’s music video is caught in a controversy because it has some suggestive scenes.
Hyuna: Well, I just tried not to be nervous, and I wanted to express what the director wanted. I wanted to try something new. Actually, I don’t like being physically affectionate. I like to have physical contact with girls. Anyway, I’ll try to calm the controversy by showing great performance on stage.

Q. It has been 10 years since your debut. How do you feel?
Hyuna: I feel more responsible now. When I debuted, there were only 5 staff members in Cube Entertainment. Some people say I’m the Cinderella or breadwinner of Cube, but I think I’m Cube’s first daughter. I’ve been following Cube’s growth for many years, and I hope to earn a lot of money because I really want to make my staff members happy.

Q. Is there anything changed after 4minute has been disbanded?

Hyuna: I think my activity as a member of Triple H is an extension of my activities as a member of 4minute and Trouble Maker. One thing has changed, though. In the old days, I was on a steady, straight path, and I felt like I was being chased by many things. But these days, I became more comfortable. I mean, I appreciate the small things now. I found true happiness.

Q. What’s your goal?
Hyuna: When I was very young, I imitated Psy’s dance moves on the stage of Dongdaemun market. But I later became the heroine of his music video. Well, I think I’m very lucky. There were many good people around me, and I was loved by so many people. I don’t follow my dream anymore. Instead, I’ll work hard and try not to miss a good opportunity. And I’ll try to do my best in return for my fans’ love.

cr: kpopbehind
Cassandra Clare interview: Fascism, demons, diversity, and maintaining her empire without a drop of coffee
The search to find meaning in our lives leads us to fantastical tales: stories of heroes battling evil appear again and again in the literary fabric of the world, and it is precisely because of the depth and intensity of their experiences, that we are able to carve out a sense of significance in our own existence. It’s the allure of reading books – and one that author Cassandra Clare expertly cultivates.

My favorite interviews are the ones where I get to recommend books – in this case Warcross by Marie Lu, Shadowshaper by Daniel Jose Older, and Sorcerer to the crown by Zen Cho!


This is one of my favorite Bob Marley interviews. Many people acknowledge Bob Marley only because he smoked weed and was an advocate for it, but not for his passionate music and his passion for life and freedom for all people. He was humble. He didn’t care about riches or fame; he cared about his soul and living life to bring light. I can’t say I’m a huge reggae fan, but Bob Marley is in my top 3 favorite artists of all time. Today is his birthday and I am so thankful that he was sent to this world to make it a brighter place for the 36 years that he was here. Happy birthday to the icon, the legend, the humanitarian, the “Father of Reggae” and the Rasta, Bob Marley ❤️

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