Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hey it’s Cheryl Lazar back stage at the Grammys, brought to you by Turbo Tax, with Christina Perri. How are you? Hello, I’m awesome how are you? I’m good. Are you having fun at the Grammys? Yes, this is amazing. Yeah, we were talking about the creams and everything they were giving away. Yeah, yeah, yeah, gifts and cool people yeah. And now your single Jar Of Hearts, it’s just been everywhere lately. How does that feel to have your music out there like that? It’s pretty magical. I mean a year ago I was thinking about it and I was waitressing. I remember hanging out with my friend and we were boycotting all the Grammy madness. Just hanging out and I was playing the guitar and she was dancing. We were breaking up, had just broken up with boys. It was just the opposite of my life right now. So, I’ve had a really great year and I’m really grateful for it. How did that happen then, so quickly? I mean last year Well I had my, yeah, Jar Of Hearts was It was just this amazing perfect chain of events where my best friend grew up with the choreographer on So You Think You Can Dance, which happens to be a ridiculously huge show that I didn’t even know and the dance community alone is bananas. So, she sent a demo and like that stuffs not suppose to actually happen. It’s like, oh cool, good luck with that. And then um, They used it. Yeah, they actually used it. Then, on June thirtieth of last year, they played it on the show Hundreds and thousands of people went and downloaded it. The next day my whole life changed and I flew to New York City, signed a record deal and I’ve been making my album. It’s madness. It’s one of those stories. Like Cinderella or something. you hear, but doesn’t really happen. Yeah, that’s what everybody said. It was kind of like, whoa, we haven’t seen this in a long time. What was it about that song do you think connected with people? Well, I mean the songs about, it’s about a real dude and it’s about real heartbreak that I had and then it’s about real strength that I had. Best of luck. I look forward to your new album. Thank you, thank you. When is it going to be out? It comes out in the spring. It’s called Love Strung. Alright, check it out. Yay! Thank you. Thanks. Christina Perri. Sponsored by Turbo Tax. Turbo Tax guides you to every deduction and credit you deserve.