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Sam Smith Wants To Own A Flower Shop In Italy One Day

Sam Smith Wants To Own A Flower Shop In Italy One Day

Sam Smith bundles up in a fur lined jacket in this new shot from Teen Vogue‘s November issue

Check out what the 22-year-old singer had to share:

On what life was like before he became famous: “I wanted this so badly that I was willing to completely sell myself to become a pop star because I was poor. No one was complimenting me anymore, so I started to lose my faith. I thought, I’m going to have to dress a certain way, lose weight, or sing a certain type of song. But the truth is, I was OK just as I was.”

On how he expresses himself through his lyrics: “I stand onstage and I wanna cry for the entire thing because people know my business. You all know me. You can read as many interviews as you want, but if you put on my record, I’m telling you, that is me.”

On his future: “The idea of having a house, a kid, a husband, and a dog…I love that. I also really want to open a coffee and flower shop one day, probably in Italy.”

Teen Vogue‘s November issue is out on news stands on October 28th. Bigger pic inside…

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  • markmark

    he “expresses himself” on record? i’m pretty sure that he cut out the male pronouns in his songs so he could get radio play.

    and how was he poor? His mom was a banker making a million dollars a year.

    also, why would he cry on stage? We DON’T know anything about him. he sings pretty impersonal songs about some vague relationship. he’s about as deep and personal as katy perry.

    I also love the quote “No one was complimenting me anymore,” so he started to get depressed about his chances. I swear, these rich white kids are so narcissistic, needing everyone to tell them that everything they do is great.

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