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December, 6

Halsey moved to 'tears' by music for second album

Halsey is "proud to the point of tears" about the music she has created for her second album.

The 'Closer' hitmaker has admitted she often worries if she has used up all of her magic on her debut album, but she hopes her follow-up to 2015's 'Badlands' will have an impact on her female fans and make them feel "empowered".

Speaking to Billboard magazine about her next record, she said: "Sometimes I worry: What if I used up all my pixie dust on the first one?

"But I'm proud to the point of tears of what I've been able to create. Being a woman in this industry means using your platform to make every kind of woman feel empowered."

Meanwhile, the pop beauty has revealed her ultimate collaborator would be Alanis Morissette, as she has been a big inspiration on the 22-year-old singer's career.

Asked for her ideal collaboration, she said: "Even if it was just writing together, I'd love to work with Alanis Morissette. She has been a huge part of me having the confidence to be the kind of artist I am."

And it seems the 'Ironic' hitmaker is not the only artist Halsey - whose real name is Ashley Nicolette Frangipane - wants to team up with.

She is a huge fan of Rihanna and would love to record music with her.

She recently said: "If I could collaborate with anyone, it would be Rihanna. I love her. I wish she was my big sister."

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