Well the prolific performer is in the house and ready to get "stupid" - Hit it Marcie..!
MS: How much is “Never Enough”?
Marcie: When it comes to temptations, "one more time, you'll find, is never enough".
MS: How does Anthony Webster feel about this?
Marcie: We tempt each other constantly.
MS: If you were a B note, would you B sharp or B flat?
Marcie: I'd B fabulous.
MS: Is “Behind the Lyric” like “Let’s Make a Deal” and what’s behind door number 3?
Marcie: Artists reveal the stories behind their dance lyrics. There are secrets revealed, but there is no studio audience, doors, or deals. If I could turn it into a gameshow, I think I'd design it like a combination of Supermarket Sweep and Jeopardy. All the featured guests would question answers while racing shopping carts through a supermarket lit by black lights and disco balls.
MS:If there were a prize behind your lyrics, what would it be?
Marcie: Knowing me better. There's actually much of my life story in my songs, though the lyrics are not all straight forward.
MS: A bottle of wine or a bottle of water?
Marcie: A bottle of (white) wine, but it's best if I remember to drink the bottle of water before calling it a night. It doesn't take much wine to give me a regrettable hangover. I suppose water is always best if I want to feel on top of my game.
Marcie: I try to channel her, but I don't seem to have good reception.
MS: What about Charlie Sheen?
Marcie: I've got his number blocked.
MS: What’s an Oakenfold?
Marcie: It's a very tricky origami fold. In just 48 moves, it turns a piece of paper into a full fledge pool party.
MS: Is he all purpose or used only on certain occasions?