Darren Hayes: Communicate. Anyway, anyhow. Daniel: I'm probably just more comfortable with anonymity than I am with being famous. In actual fact the word 'celebrity' and what I feel my role is, which is musician, I find there's a huge contradiction between those terms. Peter McFee: He's a popstar. Peter McFee: He's... a non-popstar. Daniel: Sometimes I wonder if I've actually got the wrong ticket, you know, somebody else's ticket. I know there's so many people that are screaming out to be superstars of some kind, and sometimes I feel guilty that I got the chance, and some of these other people that have got much more eccentric personalities don't quite get there. Journalist: Where's Daniel Jones? Darren: Who? Karl: Darren... well, he's an extrovert, isn't he? Darren: You know, sometimes I just miss him, sometimes I miss him onstage. We'll be together but alone, and it's like we lead these lives which are simultaneous. It's like they're parallel lives and they're going along the same direction, but they never really meet. But that's what's special, I guess, about it.