Amy Lee would choose the "bags under her eyes" if she could change one thing about her appearance.
The Evanescence singer leads a hectic life on the road touring with her rock band. Amy says her arduous schedule and sleep-deprived lifestyle affects her looks.
"The bags under my eyes," she told Kerrang! magazine when asked what she'd change about the way she looks.
"When I'm on the road I find that it takes its toll, and I notice it most of all in the bags under my eyes."
Amy has previously revealed her low maintenance beauty routine. The star has explained that she sometimes finds it difficult to fit a rigorous styling regime into her schedule, so relies on no-fuss techniques to keep her looking camera ready.
"Baby wipes - for those times when you just can't take a shower," she said.
"You have to be prepared for any situation, where you can't take a shower and you have to look awesome for some photo shoot that you didn't know was happening until 10 minutes before."
After a long break, some lineup changes; and Amy Lee, Terry Balsamo, Tim McCord, Troy McLawhorn and Will Hunt are still playing sold-out gigs to screaming fans.
The Grammy-winning band is set to play a gig at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Feb 27, in support of their third, self-titled studio album, released last October.
The band, which feature singer Amy Lee's distinctive vocals, are known for hits like “Bring Me To Life” and “My Immortal”.
Collaborating with acclaimed rock producer Nick Raskulinecz (who has previously worked with bands such as Foo Fighters & Deftones) proved to be a very savvy move, culminating in an album the band are completely proud of.
inSing.com had the chance to speak to the charismatic front-woman about the making and performing of new material. Just don’t call her a Goth.
Evanescence and Bush perform back-to-back at the Big Dome
Evanescence brought Manila "back to life" for a one-night only concert last Sunday, February 19, at Smart-Araneta Coliseum.
Patron seats were moved back, leaving the middle area open to serve as a dance floor/mosh pit for fans of the Grammy-winning gothic rock band.
At around 8:30 p.m., Lovi Poe entered the Smart Araneta Coliseum with rumored boyfriend Ronald Singson. Troy Montero and Aubrey Miles were also spotted at the Big Dome that night.
Serving as the front act was the Bush band led by frontman Gavin Rossdale.
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