Ellie Goulding, the British pop star, has been open about her struggles with panic attacks, anxiety, and insecurity, worsened by the early stages of her fame. However, as she prepares to release her fifth studio album, “Higher Than Heaven,” Goulding declares that she is no longer bothered by what others think of her.
In an interview with The Associated Press, she emphasizes the need for self-care and selfishness. She believes that people should prioritize themselves more and stop doing things just to please others. At the same time, she uses her platform to advocate for those who do not have a voice, particularly vulnerable populations affected by climate change.
As a U.N. Environment goodwill ambassador, Goulding takes her environmental activism seriously. She only agrees to perform at venues that meet her standards for environmentally sustainable practices. As she finalizes the details of her upcoming tour, she remains committed to using her clout to effect change and raise awareness about climate change and its effects on the planet.
Overall, Goulding’s career showcases the importance of self-love and using one’s influence for the greater good.