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Hit Songs That Their Artists Regret Or Hate

We all have regrets… there’s no question about that, but its slightly different when you’re an artist and put a song out that your not exactly thrilled about.

Well, here are some songs that artists regret.

1) Camila once tweeted “I’m throwing up” when a fan quoted/mentioned the song “OMG” to her.

It was actually supposed to be released as a single instead of “Havana,” though Camila convinced the label to let her release both and see which fared better — “Havana” obviously won.

2) Grande told Rolling Stone that the song “Put Your Hearts Up” felt “inauthentic and fake,” saying it was geared toward kids and that she hated the music video. “I still have nightmares about it, and I made them hide it on my Vevo page,” she said.

3) Mars tweeted, “When someone tells me they actually like ‘The Lazy Song,'” then added a video where he shook his head and stared deadpan at the camera.

4) The Jonas Brothers told Khalid that the one song they regretted in their discography was “Pizza Girl,” a track that was part of their Jonas Disney Channel show.

5) Speaking to PopJustice, Gaga said, “I hate ‘Telephone.’ Is that terrible to say? It’s the song I have the most difficult time listening to.” However, she said this had less to do with the song itself, but more with “the mix and the process of getting the production finished,” which she called “stressful.” She also said she hated the music video and that it tried to cram too many ideas in.

6) When a fan tweeted Halsey asking what her least favorite song of hers is, Halsey answered “New Americana.” However, after fans shared their love for the song, Halsey admitted that their feelings may be because it was their first single and they got “burnt out on it.”

7) Bieber admitted that he never really liked the song “Beauty and the Beat“, even at the time of recording it, but that he understood what it was and it was successful.

8) Sheeran felt like the song “Shape of You” wasn’t him, and said it took a month or two for the other writers on the song to convince him to put it on the album Divide, and another month before they persuaded him to make it a single.

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