“When you make yourself so vulnerable for so many people, it can be quite crazy to feel then to walk in the street and suddenly one person is watching you,” explains Welch to The Rolling Stone. “I can do it then simply don’t. It will cost me after the touring simply a lot of effort to go outside. That makes it fun to me to speak…”, she jokes.
The both agoraphobia is not completely new for the singer. Before she became famous, she was already hypersensitive. “It helps not to as a hypersensitive person to become famous. I tell my manager that I no more want to be than this.”