Lana Del Rey is Ready to Move on From 'Saturday Night Live'
Lana del Rey thought she was having her big moment last weekend when she performed on the Daniel Radcliffe-hosted episode of Saturday Night Live.
Unfortuately, after her performance, she was ravaged by critics and viewers, not the response Lana was hoping for.
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But with her debut album, Born To Die, coming out on Jan 31, Lana is moving on and focusing on her new music.
The singer told MTV News that the album is her way to "re-create myself in song form." It's a collection of songs that remind you of everything from Thomas Newman's "American Beauty" score to "Bruce Springsteen's summertime sadness."
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And with SNL behind her, Lana will focus on TV appearances to promote her album and of course, she plans to tour.
She tells MTV News, "I'm capping every venue at 900 capacity, because I don't want to perform for more than that.
"So what I want to do is do three nights in New York, at like Irving Plaza, and then three nights at the El Rey in L.A., and then, in between, do 15 cities, and cap it at 900 venues. So that's what we're going to do."
Do you plan to see Lana on tour?