Emily Osment‘s debut album hit shelves earlier this week and if you haven’t had a chance to go get it, DO IT!
On choosing dance vs. pop: “I was more into dance mainly because I think that’s what I was listening to at the moment. And when I decided on a producer I went with Nellee [Hooper], who’s created that stuff and is huge everywhere. He works with No Doubt and U2, lots of different artists. All the songs are very different and some of them are very acoustic, and sort of Air-sounding. There’s about three or four tracks on the record like that, but they still tie into all the other fun, Euro dance songs we have on the record as well.”
On having no rivalry with older brother Haley: “He is four years older than me and never once were we in the same audition space, auditioning for the same role. So, there was never really any chance to have competition. I don’t think there would be. We’re not really like that. We focus on just being brother and sister, and that’s what’s important.”
On pranking Mitchel on the HM set: “We’d [Miley and me] always try to successfully prank someone, like go out of our way to do a prank and it would never work, ever. We had some good times. They were usually on Mitchel. His dressing room was right next to mine and we’d always go in his room and try to mess up the room — put all the pictures upside down, put ketchup everywhere. Somehow, people had to come in and clean up before he actually got to see it. But I think he got the point.”
Read more of Emily’s interview at gURL.com.
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