Evanescence’s famous frontwoman Amy Lee spoke in a recent interview with Lazer 103.3 radio about the earlier days of the band and revealed the regrets she had about those days.

As you might remember, Evanescence’s fame started with the first album they released back in 2003, Fallen. This album is one of the best-selling albums of the 21st century and peaked a number three in the US Billboard 200 charts.

In the conversation, Amy Lee admitted that she wasn’t expected to be famous in a short period, and Amy was thinking that she is not worthy to be on the stage in those times.

Because of that, Amy was constantly fighting with herself to feel good enough to be on the stage, and this was one of the biggest regrets Amy has in her life. Also, Amy said that it would be much easier to know it is okay to be herself.

Here is what Amy Lee said:

“I don’t even know how to go down that list, it’s so big. More than anything, I was really young when we started and just unsure of myself as a person, as a musician – as anything.

And things really did rocket-launch for us quickly when we made that album. To be in that spot and to have people looking at you, talking at you about you all of that becoming famous like that – that was hard for me.

I didn’t start out on this path because I wanted fame. I was a pretty introverted person naturally, and that might have been a lot easier for me if I knew from the outside, from my future self that it was just OK to be myself and what other people think.”

She continued:

“As much as I felt like I would have said that to you back then, that this what was important, it was really hard to put into action, especially when you’re young.

So just be confident and truly believe – I belong to where I was because, for the first few years of being in this business, it was a constant fight with myself to feel worthy and to feel like I was good enough to be standing on the stage that I was standing on…”

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