I'm just trying to work out what she is thinking.
Isn't this suppose to be promotion for her new album? Because when I'm reading these publications, it seems that more effort is going into talking about her time with NW than Shine. Sure reporters are going to try and push it because we know how much reporters like posting drama, but surely a response such as 'NW is my history and I've learned a lot, but the future is my solo and that's exciting so let's talk about that' is a wiser route and dare I say more grown up approach.
I mean, wasn't she writing a book about her time in NW. She can write whatever she likes to her hearts content there, why sacrifice what could be nice articles about her career future with talks that are starting to make her look bad. To me it just reads unprofessional. She can't be so insecure that she thinks that she needs to talk about NW and the split etc to get media attention for her solo surely?
I understand that she feels hurt and wants to get her story over, but with every interview I read (and the inconsistencies from them - which someone pointed out examples earlier) it reads more like a cry for attention to me.
I'm not saying who was in the wrong about the split and I'm trying to look at her interviews with an unbiased view, but I just can't understand her taking the route she did.
I suspect a lot of this is media/management driven. For example, I saw in the news Hilary Duff is separating from her husband. The same day, I saw in the news Hilary Duff is recording a new album. I wonder if these kind of reports are just "timed" by media in order to promote interest in the artist and subsequently album sales. Last year would not have been a good timing marketing-wise to do these interviews, I suspect that is why the decision was to do them now.