Kate Moss Writes Her First Music Review For British Vogue

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It’s official: Kate Moss is a slashie. The supermodel joins a growing number of supremely successful individuals who have not one, not two, but several titles attached to their name. And, the latest one for this supermodel-slash-stylist-slash-designer? Music critic.
Moss lent her critical skills to British Vogue for a review of old friend George Michael’s latest offering, Symphonica. And, putting all bias aside (sort of, Michael was actually in the room when she was listening to it), she really, really liked it.
Moss has long been a friend and fan of Michael: “When I was growing up, I'd dance to 'Everything She Wants,' and I still play it all the time,” she wrote in her review. “Apparently, it's his favorite song from the whole Wham! era.”
Moss' husband, Jamie Hince, also offered his opinion of the new album. “[With] George, there's also something about his voice that's so idiosyncratic that you know it's him straight away,” he said in the Vogue review. “He's got that thing with his voice that's kind of crazy. He's in that tradition of Sinatra, Johnny Cash, and Elvis."
Looks like it’s a double thumbs-up from the Moss-Hince clan. We wonder if the supermodel plans to make this a regular gig? Surely a monthly cultural column in Vogue would be a surefire hit? (Vogue)

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