Fiona Apple, Lauryn Hill, Natalie Imbruglia Rock For "Harper's Bazaar"
You'd barely recognize Fiona Apple, adorned in threads by Paul McCartney's designer daughter Stella, on the cover of the music-themed April issue of "Harpers Bazaar.
Inside the issue, Apple echoes Madonna's recent comments regarding the Spice Girls, saying that she used to hate the Girl Power group, but has since softened her stance. "I sweat Posh Spice so bad," Apple claims. "I like her best because she never smiles in pictures ... She doesn't care if you get the joke the way she wants you to.
Harper's Bazaar" also has photo-features on Fugees' Lauryn Hill, who has a solo album due out this spring, Cesaria Evora, the singer from the Cape Verde Islands whose praises were sung by Kurt Loder recently in "MTV News 1515," and Australian singer-surfer Natalie Imbruglia, who enters this week's pop album chart at number 10 with "Left of the Middle.