Tallia Storm says she has ‘more guys than ever’ sliding into her DMs and admits she can be ‘savage’

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We might well be in a national lockdown, but it seems singing star Tallia Storm is showing no signs of slowing down.

The stunning 22-year-old has not only just released her latest single Kinda Savage, Kinda Sweet, but she’s also seeing more guys sliding into her DMs “than ever before in [her] life.”

Talking to OK! Online, the Celebs Go Dating star said: “The first lockdown was an interesting one because I was having great chats with so many guys but then the problem was I then had so much work to do and so much to catch up on that I didn’t get anywhere with any of them.”

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And discussing her current relationship status, the blonde beauty said: “Now already I am chatting to this one guy which started during the first lockdown and it’s weird because when the second lockdown was announced he started messaging me again as if it’s like ‘oh you’re my lockdown girl.’”

Yet despite the male attention, talented Tallia says she’s can be savage when it comes to her love life and career.

Discussing the new single, which has been well-received since its release, Tallia told us she wanted to write something “unapologetic” after being “put in a box” too often as a woman.

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She explained: “As females we’re always put in a box for one thing. You know, ‘she’s this’ or ‘she’s that,’ but why can’t she be both?

“It’s so easy to just brand someone as ‘too sweet’ or ‘too savage’ but the reality is you can’t put us into one box, and I’ll give you what I feel like you deserve giving.

“If you’re nice to me of course I’ll be sweet, but if you treat me like sh*t then of course I’ll be savage.”

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Opening up on why she feels she has gained more of a hardened exterior, Tallia told us: “I’ve done so much, but because I’ve had so many ‘almost’ moments I feel like I’ve really been through it all.

“I remember when I first started all the people at the top told me ‘oh it’s going to take you so long,’ even after I’d opened Elton John’s concert.

“I almost didn’t believe them and I thought ‘how is it going to take me ten years?’ well, low and behold, it’s ten years next year.

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“We constantly change our goals and I think I can be ruthless when it comes to people that mess with me but of course I can be sweet and lovely because it’s easier to be nice than it is to be mean.”

Tallia is currently at home in Jersey with her family, including film producer mum Tessa Hartmann, 50, director dad Sascha Hartmann, 40, and her three siblings, older sister Tessie and younger brothers Johnnie AKA Magi, 15, and Zac AKA Mouse, 13.

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The family are currently filming for a TV show, and when asked whether it’s The Real Housewives of Jersey, she told FUBAR Radio's Access All Areas hosts Bobby Norris and Stephen Leng: “So, I cannot confirm that I am on this. I cannot confirm, I cannot deny, I cannot say nothing otherwise my head will be sliced off on this Zoom call."

And it seems Tallia is loving being at home with her family, as she told us: “We’re literally all on top of each other but it’s going to be so hard leaving them as we’re getting on just fine.”

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