Sophie Ellis-Bextor replied to a fan asking about her comments earlier on in her career where she revealed she was considering jaw reduction surgery (if that’s possible!). Sophie addressed that and Robbie Williams satellite dish comments saying:
As I’ve said before, I don’t mind if Mr Williams thinks I’m dishy. Hoho.
As for the jaw I didn’t say I would have surgery just that I considered it (not seriously!)when I was about 14 as I hated looking any different. I disliked other things about myself too but I think that’s all part and parcel of growing up. Now I enjoy what makes me different. What about you?
Sophie Ellis-Bextor Lacks Phoney Showbiz Bonhomie
February 17, 2002 – A fan on Sophie’s official site posted an article in a Irish TV magazine (at Sophie’s own urging) focusing on the “lack of phoney, showbiz bonhomie” she projects. Sophie talked about upcoming tour she promises will be rather simple. “I don’t even think there’ll be any costume changes” she laughs. “I might do what I did at the Scala, which was change my shoes for the last few tracks.” Deadpan, she adds: “It was a riveting moment.”
Sophie Ellis-Bextor Taking Part In Fundraiser Later This Month
February 13, 2002 – Sophie told fans on her official site’s message board she’ll be taking part in a fundraiser soon. Sophie said:
Just thought I’d let you know that I’m taking part in an event on 24th Feb called Scene and Heard. It’s a fund raising event for a company that helps children put on plays and get creative. I’m dueting with someone – a surprise and you’ll never guess who!
There’s also lots of comedy from people like John Hegley, Richard Herring and the Comedy store players. It’s hosted at the UCL Bloomsbury and tickets are GBP20 available on 020 7388 8822. I’d love to see some of you there.