Witch way, Lorde?
ACTOR isn’t afraid to make sacrifices for her art.
Even if it means walking away from her Australia Daythemed movie with a neck injury and a body covered in bruises.
Cornish, 23, stars in the Australian film as Chloe, a teenager who falls in love with an Iranian boy and suffers the consequences of Australia’s endemic racism.
Cornish was happy to sustain a few minor injuries if it meant getting the message about Australia Day out there, in a film which tackles issues of racial tension and national identity.
“When I was growing up, Australia Day was a holiday, and we thought it was just a chance to party and go to the beach,” she said.
“But I think it’s really good to get the message out there …. and bring awareness to why it is such a controversial day.”
few times I covered my hands in glitter using my hands like little energy conductors. So I’ve been doing weird, witchy things,” she said.
The singer also explained how her new music was inspired by her breakup with
“The whole time I was writing it I was going out a lot, I was partying a lot, I was going to a lot of shows,” she said.
The issue hits stands on September 25.