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Her surname is Greek for Diamond and that is where she came with the name. And there was a tweet long ago where she stated she was an Atheist.
She has criticized religion a few times in her songs, particularly with her bad experiences with Christianity and her supposedly religious father.
Following the separation, her father returned to Greece but would occasionally visit, while Diamandis remained in a bungalow in Wales with her mother; she described her childhood as "simple and idyllic" and "peaceful, very normal, poor"."I created the name 'Marina and the Diamonds' 5 years ago and I never envisaged a character, pop project, band or solo artist.
I saw a simple group made up of many people who had the same hearts.
It entered the UK Albums Chart at number five and was certified gold by the British Phonographic Industry.
The album's second single, "Hollywood", peaked at number 12 on the UK Singles Chart.
The newspaper also added that people who claim to be close to the couple are “convinced” an engagement is inevitable. Fans were simultaneously mourning and celebrating the news. Many other fans were crushed because they hoped to marry her...
Diamandis's synthpop-inspired third studio album Froot (2015) became her third top-ten album in the UK, and her first top-ten entry on the US Billboard 200, where it charted at number 8.
She put this down to inaction by her label and American listeners' contemporary taste for "pumping beats" by artists such as Lady Gaga.
Her second studio album was preceded by its lead single "Primadonna" in April 2012; the song is notable for being Diamandis's highest-charting track on the UK Singles Chart, where it reached number 11.
Diamandis created the titular character "Electra Heart" as a protagonist for the project; she portrays the personas "Teen Idle," "Primadonna," "Homewrecker," and "Housewife," which represent several female archetypes of stereotypical American culture.
and "How to Be a Heartbreaker" were subsequent single releases, with the latter missing the cut-off for initial inclusion on the record; however, it was featured in the revised track listing for the American version.