Morrill, Hannah
March 2009
Allure;Mar2009, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p70
An interview with Welsh singer-songwriter Duffy is presented. When asked about her decision to go by her last name, Duffy says that she supposes the last name suited her personality. She claims being a waitress was a way to earn a living and to pay the bills. According to Duffy, it is strange when fans look at her like she is their savior.


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