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Joss Stone Loves Earrings

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"What I wear is about me. It's not about anyone else. My music isn't just about me—it's about other people and making them feel good, so I don't care what people think about what I wear. It's the one thing that is mine. I'm quite comfortable naked. I don't work out, and I may not have the best body in the world, but I don't mind. I'd be worried about it if I was a model, but I'm a singer, so I don't care. I'm healthy, and that's what is important. Earrings are essential. I wear them with everything. There is nothing that doesn't need a pair—even if you're in a hoodie and wellies, a pair of hoops makes the world of difference. I feel like a boy if I don't wear them." [Guardian]