British pop star Lily Allen has no confidence in her ability as a singer-songwriter, and is "convinced" she'll be found out as a fraud.
Allen's debut album All right, Still sold 2.6 million copies, earned her a Grammy Award nomination and its producer, Mark Ronson, a Grammy win.
But the singer insists she suffers crippling self-doubt.
Allen says, "I convinced I'm not talented at all, and I'm sure people are just about to figure it out.
"I'm not very good, am I? I don't think what I do is any good. I think I'm awful. I'm not a musician. I don't play an instrument. I write nursery rhymes"