Robert Pattinson's fiancée, singer FKA Twigs, sounds like a real delight to interview. An intrepid Sunday Times reporter did her darndest to get through a chat with Twigs, but it doesn't sound like it went very well — especially when the topic of marriage comes up. "Who told you I was getting married? You might read somewhere that I'm a monkey and it doesn't mean I am," Twigs says, adding that she's "not prepared to talk about my private life. I don't really understand the fascination." That's all well and good, but she also starts the interview in tears and ends it with, "I think this could be my last interview. I can't do it. It makes me feel nutty."
The highlight, though, is when she admits she hasn't seen "Twilight," the film that made Pattinson a star. (Actually, knowing how uncomfortable Pattinson is with the whole fame thing, maybe her not watching "Twilight" is a major turn-on for him.) "It's so bad to be basic," she explains. "I don't have an average day. I hate that kind of thing."