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- Posted on May 31st 2007 4:00PM by Jolie Lash
"They say that you've gotta stop the black at some point, otherwise it's the Cher syndrome," Dalle tells Spinner of returning to her natural blonde roots. "But you can't stop it because it's what you become used to. That, and you can't actually get it out of your hair. I would still have black hair but it's just a b**** to get out."
One thing not a b**** to get out? Brody's new Spinnerette songs, which she'll be recording next month. While the tracks won't be any cuddlier now that Dalle's a new mom (to baby Camille -- daddy is Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme), the singer admits pregnancy did change her a lot.
"Well that changes everything," she enthuses. "When you're pregnant, it's an all consuming experience and I really wasn't prepared. It's everything that's intrinsically female, your whole purpose. It's so wild that this is what your body's meant to do. It tripped me out!"
What might trip readers out is how Dalle was able to keep her high heels on for the entire nine months. "I'm very steady on my shoes. I'm a little like Tina Turner," she says. "I wouldn't take my heels off when I was pregnant. I refused!"
Meanwhile, Brody didn't refuse to lending backing vocals to a song on the new QOTSA album, 'Era Vulgaris,' due June 12. "I think it's [called] Wanna 'Make It Wit Chu,'" she says. "They re-recorded it and it sounds better than ever. It's a 'Desert Sessions' song, but ultimately it looks really good on the Queens. It's a great dress to put on."