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Charlotte Interviews Poppy is a series of videos on the Poppy YouTube channel that feature a mannequin named Charlotte. This is the third part of the series. It was uploaded on August 3rd, 2015 and is the 16th video of the Poppy era.

Theme

This is the third of four interviews by Charlotte, a mannequin that appears in many of Poppy's videos. In this interview, Charlotte asks Poppy about the meaning of her videos, what kind of music she is listening to, and what her favorite food is. She ends the interview by asking when Poppy plans to release new music, which Poppy begins to answer, though the video is cut off before she announces the release date of her "new album".

Transcript

Charlotte: I'm Charlotte and we're here today with everyone's favorite internet it girl, Poppy.

Poppy: Hi, Charlotte. Thank you for having me again.

Charlotte: Poppy, everyone wants to know what your internet videos are about.

Poppy: Well, sometimes they're about my childhood and sometimes they're about the things in my life that I desire most.

Charlotte: What kind of music are you listening to right now?

Poppy: I like the sound it makes when something wet hits something metallic. I don't know what the genre of music is, but I like it.

Charlotte: Poppy, what is your favorite food?

Poppy: My favorite food is donuts covered in Froot Loops.

Charlotte: Poppy, when can we expect to hear new music from you?

Poppy: I'm so excited about my new album coming out on Island Records. It'll be released on...

[video cuts off]

Trivia

  • As this video was uploaded before the release of Poppy's Bubblebath EP, Poppy refers to an upcoming "new album" rather than an EP. This implies that there were plans to release a full album on Island Records, but the album was shelved in favor of an EP.
  • The video was originally titled "Charlotte Interviews Poppy. Part 2". It is unknown why it was changed.[1]
  • The donut covered in Froot Loops that Poppy eats is a reference to her video "Poppy's Donut Friends", which features five donuts covered in different cereals and candies.

References

  1. https://web.archive.org/web/20190317114337/https://plus.google.com/111584136861017857154/posts/HR7ofr4a8f5
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