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Ellie Goulding can become argumentative when on tour


The `Starry Eyed` singer claims to have a brilliant relationship with her manager but believes being on the road makes her impatient.

She said: "Me and my manager argue but he`s like my best friend. It could be about anything. On tour everything becomes a lot more magnified and when you have to perform every night, wanting the particular bed you like on the bus becomes important. That`s the last thing I kicked off about. All the bands claimed their beds before I got there.

The 23-year-old star also loves having creative control over her career because her record label - Polydor- allow her to be completely hands on.

She explained in an interview with Stylist magazine: "My label is absolutely brilliant - they`ve been great. Nothing has ever been forced [on me] and nothing`s ever been done that I haven`t wanted. My manager and I make a good team and if I`m not comfortable with something I just say."

The singer also admits to losing her mind when she writes.

She added: "I have to use my head when I write and I go a little insane."

Source: Ellie Goulding can become argumentative when on tour

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