'Burn' singer Ellie Goulding has revealed she ''needs to sort'' her life out, admitting she is focusing too much on work and needs to take time off from being ''on the road''.
Ellie Goulding ''needs'' to sort herself out.
The 'Burn' hitmaker has admitted she has to figure her life out before she risks being ''forever on the road'' focusing purely on her career as a musician.
She told Billboard magazine: ''I need to sort my life out. And if I don't do it soon, I may as well just be forever on the road, because that's what it feels like.''
The 27-year-old singer explained while she still loves her career and her art, she is being ''pulled home'' and feels like she needs to have some time to herself.
She added: ''As much as I love what I do, and music is obviously everything to me, I'm being pulled home, and I've got to do that soon, I think.''
Ellie recently revealed it took her a while to learn ''to trust people'' after her father abandoned her as a youngster.
She previously said: ''I did find it hard to trust people when my dad left. Particularly men.
''I have got over that now but I thought if I had a boyfriend I would wonder why they were being so nice to me.''
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