Nikki Tranter of PopMatters caught up with Henry Rollins from Australia on whether Australian audiences are just as enthusiastic as American audiences. “Australians don’t really care if you’re a celebrity, if you’re like Eric Clapton or something or Cher. Australians don’t care,” Rollins explained. “Like if Britney Spears comes into a room; people freak out, where there’d be young Australians hitting on her. They’re like [in a pretty good Australian accent] ‘yeah, she’s hot, yeah’ They don’t even care that she’s like the eight billion-dollar baby. They just think, they like blondes. I love that unpretentious thing that seems to be a real common thing among Australians.” Read more.