Even though Fiona Apple has been pretty quiet on the music front the past few years, the songstress is using her voice for a GREAT cause — speaking out against Donald Trump!
On Tuesday, the Criminal singer released her new song, titled Tiny Hands, which is meant to be a chant for protesters who plan to speak out during or close to Donald's inauguration on Friday in Washington D.C.
We've had Criminal on repeat for over fifteen years, but we never realized Fiona Apple was actually a law breaker until now!
The iconic songstress did something most unexpected recently, she took her talents to a French television show! Even more shocking? The show, H-Man, is about superheroes!!!! Wackier than that?! Fiona plays a fabulous super-villain!
It's true! The 36-year-old singer actress plays a flora-loving fiend! She an eco-terrorist with a Poison Ivy-eque control over plants and stuff!
Ch-ch-check out her guest spot in the vid (above)!
Whoa! Are we Sleep to Dream-ing or did that madness really happen?
We have no idea what any of the characters were saying, but we love it!
Celebs have done a lot of bizarre things, but this?
Frank Ocean has launched himself to super celeb status, so Chipotle tapped him to sing a remake of Pure Imagination for their new ad.
And the paycheck was for $425,000!
Then things got weird when the 26-year-old singer saw the final version of the ad, which promotes the restaurant chain’s new video game app. Reportedly, Frank was upset because Chipotle put their logo at the end.
Yes, that's really how Donald Trump ended an interview with Time magazine!
On Thursday, the publication published the transcript from their Wednesday sit-down with POTUS about his credibility, and it was A LOT of him defending himself. You know, because he's president and all, so he's ~always~ right. Smh.
Before we get to Trump's ending argument, it's important to point out that he believes he predicted the future, and he is not at all concerned by his lack of substantial sources to back up his claims Obama's administration wiretapped his campaign.