Watch Fiona Apple yell “Donald Trump, fuck you!” after performing anti-Trump Christmas song

Fiona Apple screamed "fuck Donald Trump" after performing a version of her new 'Christmas song' at a benefit concert for the Standing Rock protests in LA last night (December 18). Apple appeared on the bill of the We Rock With Standing Rock concert, which was held at the Fonda Theatre yesterday in solidarity with the ongoing dispute over the Dakota...

Fiona Apple shares new Christmas song ‘Trump’s Nuts Roasting on an Open Fire’

Fiona Apple has shared a Christmas song that pokes fun of Donald Trump. The singer-songwriter's take on Nat King Cole's festive standard 'The Christmas Song' features several lines aimed squarely at the president-elect. “Trump’s nuts roasting on an open fire/as he keeps nipping at his foes,” she begins. "You cry 'creep uncle' every time he arrives for he keeps clawing at...

Fiona Apple refused to let Panic! At The Disco sample her track

Singer wouldn't clear the sample of 'Every Single Night'

Fiona Apple kicks out heckler who tells her to ‘get healthy’ at US gig

Singer also unveils a new song called 'I Want You To Love Me'

Fiona Apple tells crowd to ‘shut the fuck up!’ and storms off stage at Tokyo fashion gig

Singer apparently became exasperated by the amount of audience noise during her performance

Fiona Apple cancels tour dates because of dying pet dog

The singer has said her dog Janet is her 'best friend'

Fiona Apple says sorry to fans for arrest ‘bullshit’

Singer also denies claims that she kept a record of alleged police abuses in a 'lockbox'

Texan police tell Fiona Apple to ‘shut up and sing’ following arrest for cannabis possession

Hudspeth County Sheriff's Department don't take kindly to singer's onstage rant

Fiona Apple arrested for possession of cannabis

Eccentric singer is currently being held in Hudspeth County Jail in Texas

Fiona Apple – ‘The Idler Wheel…’

Over three startling albums (1996’s ‘Tidal’, 1999’s ‘When The Pawn…’ and 2005’s ‘Extraordinary Machine’), Fiona Apple’s sophisticated neuroses became emblematic of a very American end-of-the-century angst. Teaming a confessional sensibility with a dramatic edge, the New Yorker’s seemingly endless well of demons to be exorcised transcended the usual ’90s singer/songwriter clichés thanks to jaw-dropping levels of lyrical and musical...