December 26, 2013 10:00

Kate Nash shares 'Alternative Christmas Message' - watch

The singer and actress posted the advice-packed video message on Christmas Day

Kate Nash has shared an 'Alternative Christmas Message' with fans. Click above to watch the video message in full.

Posting the message on Christmas Day, Nash thanks fans for their support over the past year before offering some advice as "the main part of my Christmas message". The first piece of advice is "be confident, be really fucking confident, love yourself... tell yourself you're the baddest bitch from hell every morning". The second is "be kind... you can never be too kind... be nice to the weirdos and the geeks". Nash's third piece of advice is "be smarter", four is "do what you wanna do, be active". She finished up by saying "I have the best fans in the whole world, so thank you and I hope that you're all having a lovely Christmas because you deserve it."

At the start of this month, Nash put out a Christmas EP called 'Have Faith With Kate Nash'. The five-track release features new material such as festive break-up track 'I Hate You This Christmas' and traditional carols 'Silent Night' and 'Auld Lang Syne'.

"I just love Christmas and the old-fashioned tradition of writing original material for it," Kate said in a statement. "I wrote the song 'Faith' for (US blog) Rookie issue last year and I loved that so much I wanted to continue this year. Maybe I'll have a full Christmas album soon!" Listen to 'Faith' below.

Kate Nash released her third album 'Girl Talk' in March 2013. It was the follow up to her 2007 debut 'Made Of Bricks' and 2010's 'My Best Friend Is You'. She is currently starring in British film Powder Room alongside Jaime Winstone, Sheridan Smith and Oona Chaplin.


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