What do you enjoy most about being Down Under?
I love Australian people the best. I’ve been all over the world and there isn’t really anyone who is as bright and fun as Australians are.
How have you found the local talent?
Fantastic. I had high hopes but I’ve been blown away by the talent. Everyone has been really unique which is great when you’re looking for a new superstar, you don’t want people who are just cookie-cutter versions of people already on the scene.
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You want to win, but is finding and nurturing new talent important to you?
I've been through so much. I’ve had the highest highs, some of the lowest lows. I have so much to share and if I’m able to give some of this knowledge and have someone take a couple of shortcuts and not have to fall on their face as many times as I have, it’s a beautiful thing.
Will we be hearing new music from you soon?
I’m working on that. But it’s gonna be experimental – I’m not exactly sure what it is yet. But I’m doing a lot while I’m here in one place for a while.
Is Australia giving you lots of inspiration?
Absolutely. I have such a wonderful view of the water, how could I not feel inspired?
You can do it all – dance, sing, act and write. What’s your favourite thing?
Writing. It’s the one thing that I’m never left exhausted by.
You write amazing songs, sometimes for other artists. Is there one you wish you’d kept for yourself?
‘Me Too’ by Meghan Trainor was such a big hit, but I think she did a better job at it than I would have.
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