R&B singing sensation Keri Hilson gets really personal in a one-on-one interview with Fuse TV. The “Pretty Girl Rock” singer recently talked about everything from the last lie she told to her emotional third album to conquering her greatest fear and her reoccurring “end of the world” dreams.
It’s a side of Keri that I’ve never seen before that is both innocent and intriguing at the same time.
Keri on the last lie she told…
The last lie I told I believe was that I have an early morning tomorrow…I’ve got to go. I use it all the time actually.
Keri on her greatest fear…
The biggest fear that I conquered was loneliness. I was really afraid of being lonely for a long time and I just had to grow comfortable with myself and treat myself. If no one is going to treat me good, I’ll do it myself and I conquered that. I love me.
Keri on her end of the world dream…
Different things happen, like it’s almost something to do with a natural disaster, like there’s always the sky going black and you’re actually watching it happen. Another dream was like a flood and in another dream there were so many people killing other people in the street, women and children included. They throw my whole week off because I don’t really know what to think of that and why I have those dreams so often. Like maybe once a year.
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