Yes, girl, yesss!!!!!!
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What an important conversation.
At the age of 21, Tori Amos' life forever changed when she was sexually assaulted at knifepoint. So, so scary.
Over 30 years later, the Cornflake Girl singer still credits her music for giving her the strength to help other women who had experienced similar situations.
Talking to People, the 53-year-old remembered:
Tori Amos will not allow people to hate on Her Madgesty!
Tori pointed out that the fact Madonna finished her performance, which is why she's THE queen!
We could listen to this all day!
Tori Amos has released a brand new music video for the song Promise, but it was her daughter Tash's musical chops that have our heads swimming!
The 13-year-old, whose full name is Natashya Lórien Hawley, participates in this hauntingly beautiful song off Tori's album Unrepentant Geraldines, and we're mighty impressed with the teenager indeed!
Tori has taught her VERY well! This kid is bound to be a star!
Check out the music video featuring BOTH talented ladies (above) !!!
This. Is. Fantastic.
The Spark songstress is currently on her Unrepentant Geraldines tour overseas when she decided to cover Her Madgesty's song, Frozen!
There are not enough words in this world to describe the AH-Mazingness that comes out of this performance.
Ch-ch-check it out for yourself (below)!!
Tori put her own twist on her fave Miley tune at a concert in Dublin on Wednesday night, and it is astounding how fast it becomes a bona fide Tori Amos song!
Not only that, gurl has also done the impossible- finally brought Miley together with her most vocal critic- Sinead O'Connor!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to hear Tori's medley of Rooting For My Baby and Three Babies!
Tori Amos has made a lot of really great music over the years but you know what's a really amazing, beautiful thing she made?
Her 13-year-old daughter Tash!
Tori and her daughter, full name Natashya Lórien Hawley, posed together for the cutest selfie!!
Tori shared the pic (above) and wrote:
Tori Amos is officially back after a two year hiatus with Trouble's Lament and she DOES not disappoint.
While there is no doubt that this song — with it's raw vocals — belongs to her, she's totally evolved into a new kind of folk goddess!
This song makes us want to spin around in a meadow with flowers in our hair.
We only hope that the rest of her forthcoming 14th studio album Unrepentant Geraldines is this AH-mazing!
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!!!