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More details on this later in the section on Jeffree.
As emo/scene started to fade in popularity, she adapted.
We write news, not tragedies..in this case, get those tissues ready: In a recent Reddit AMA with Panic!
at the Disco, frontman/last man standing Brendon Urie said he doesn't really have any interest in reuniting the original lineup of his band, crushing the hearts of emo kids everywhere.
at the Disco were parting ways with guitarist Ryan Ross and bassist Jon Walker, who left the band to "embark on a musical excursion of their own." But according to Ross, the split had been in the cards for sometime now. "It's been a little while, a few months since we started thinking that this might be the best thing to do," Ross told MTV News late Monday (July 13).
"Jon and I had been writing a bunch of stuff on the road, and it just got to a point when we were off tour, when we were talking about getting together and working on this stuff, that it became pretty apparent that we all weren't wanting to go in the same direction.
Jon and I are still very much influenced by the Beatles and Beach Boys stuff and the Kinks and stuff like that," Ross said.
"And so that's the stuff we were writing at my house ... I haven't heard any of Brendon and [drummer] Spencer [Smith]'s stuff, to be honest." And eventually, those differences — coupled with the lack of communication between both camps — came to a head.
She tends to keep it at a cotton candy, pastel pink over the more hard Xcore bright pink of the past.
Made e-famous as the now ex girlfriend of Travis Richter of From First To Last as well as Brendon Urie of Panic! Born July 26, 1985 she is currently working on a new project called Trashy Life with friend Zui Suicide, one of the models for the suicide girls group.
Although it's Zui's career, they will have no nudity included, Trashy Life is for photoshoots, travel journals, and possibly television, as they have the shoot for their tv pilot episode coming up very soon.
' and I said, 'Well, I think it might be best if we kind of do our own think for a while,' and he said, 'I'm glad you said that, because I was going to say the same thing,' " Ross recalled.
"And there was really no argument, which is really the best way that could've worked out. I think really everybody will be happy doing what we're doing.