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Which Hayley Williams Are You? Take the Paramore Quiz!

You know and love the fearless frontwoman, but do you identify with her on a personal level? Take our quiz and uncover what era of the pop-punk prodigy you best embody

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What is your favorite Paramore record?

MIAMI - JUNE 24: Hunter Lamb, Josh Farro, Haley Williams, Jeremy Davis, and Zac Farrro of Paramore pose for photos during the

'All We Know Is Falling'-Era

2005-2006 Hayley Williams was just a little baby when she joined Paramore (OK, a teen, but a fresh one at that.) From the very get-go her talent was apparent and she was unafraid to stretch her voice to the limit. If this is your answer, you too are probably a brave soul. How are you supposed to take over the world if you're too scared? You're fearless, and that's important.

Paramore performing live at the Astoria in London. 7th September 2007.; Job: 32042 Ref: ZB2797_166441_1958DGS - (Photo by Dan

'Riot!'-Era

2007-2008 Hayley Williams felt like a new person. 'Riot!' was the album that brought us "Misery Business," the impossibly catchy, super bratty song that would effectively make their career. It was that song that brought them from Warped Tour obscurity to MTV, to radio. This Hayley Williams was newly confident. She always knew her talent, but now, she knew how to use it. If this is your answer, you're probably the kind of person who identifies strengths not only in yourself, but in others.

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 21: Hayley Williams of the band Paramore performs in concert at Hammerstein Ballroom on October 21, 2009 i

'Brand New Eyes'-Era

2009-2011 Hayley Williams was troubled. Josh and Zac Farro, founding brothers behind Paramore, left the group. There was bad blood. The future of the band was unknown, and "Brand New Eyes" reflected that...it's not hard to read between the lines of songs like "Ignorance" and "Brick by Boring Brick." All that negativity had to happen, though, so Williams and her band could survive. The record is dense and powerful, a documentation of maturation. If this your answer, you're a strong-willed person, perhaps someone who has seen some shit and triumphed past it. That's invaluable.

LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 23: Hayley Williams of Paramore performs on stage at Leeds Festival at Bramham Park on August

'Self-Titled'-Era

2013-Present Hayley Williams is the Paramore frontwoman at her most self-assured, her strongest. Not only did that fiery-haired teen from Tennessee go on to take the pop-punk world by storm, she revolutionized the genre and found major mainstream success. In this era, we realize there is no other Hayley Williams in the world. If this is your answer, you're one in a million. Don't let anyone take away your individuality!


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Pick a former member of the band.

MIAMI - JUNE 24: Hunter Lamb, Josh Farro, Haley Williams, Jeremy Davis, and Zac Farrro of Paramore pose for photos during the

'All We Know Is Falling'-Era

2005-2006 Hayley Williams was just a little baby when she joined Paramore (OK, a teen, but a fresh one at that.) From the very get-go her talent was apparent and she was unafraid to stretch her voice to the limit. If this is your answer, you too are probably a brave soul. How are you supposed to take over the world if you're too scared? You're fearless, and that's important.

Paramore performing live at the Astoria in London. 7th September 2007.; Job: 32042 Ref: ZB2797_166441_1958DGS - (Photo by Dan

'Riot!'-Era

2007-2008 Hayley Williams felt like a new person. 'Riot!' was the album that brought us "Misery Business," the impossibly catchy, super bratty song that would effectively make their career. It was that song that brought them from Warped Tour obscurity to MTV, to radio. This Hayley Williams was newly confident. She always knew her talent, but now, she knew how to use it. If this is your answer, you're probably the kind of person who identifies strengths not only in yourself, but in others.

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 21: Hayley Williams of the band Paramore performs in concert at Hammerstein Ballroom on October 21, 2009 i

'Brand New Eyes'-Era

2009-2011 Hayley Williams was troubled. Josh and Zac Farro, founding brothers behind Paramore, left the group. There was bad blood. The future of the band was unknown, and "Brand New Eyes" reflected that...it's not hard to read between the lines of songs like "Ignorance" and "Brick by Boring Brick." All that negativity had to happen, though, so Williams and her band could survive. The record is dense and powerful, a documentation of maturation. If this your answer, you're a strong-willed person, perhaps someone who has seen some shit and triumphed past it. That's invaluable.

LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 23: Hayley Williams of Paramore performs on stage at Leeds Festival at Bramham Park on August

'Self-Titled'-Era

2013-Present Hayley Williams is the Paramore frontwoman at her most self-assured, her strongest. Not only did that fiery-haired teen from Tennessee go on to take the pop-punk world by storm, she revolutionized the genre and found major mainstream success. In this era, we realize there is no other Hayley Williams in the world. If this is your answer, you're one in a million. Don't let anyone take away your individuality!


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What's your favorite Paramore single?

MIAMI - JUNE 24: Hunter Lamb, Josh Farro, Haley Williams, Jeremy Davis, and Zac Farrro of Paramore pose for photos during the

'All We Know Is Falling'-Era

2005-2006 Hayley Williams was just a little baby when she joined Paramore (OK, a teen, but a fresh one at that.) From the very get-go her talent was apparent and she was unafraid to stretch her voice to the limit. If this is your answer, you too are probably a brave soul. How are you supposed to take over the world if you're too scared? You're fearless, and that's important.

Paramore performing live at the Astoria in London. 7th September 2007.; Job: 32042 Ref: ZB2797_166441_1958DGS - (Photo by Dan

'Riot!'-Era

2007-2008 Hayley Williams felt like a new person. 'Riot!' was the album that brought us "Misery Business," the impossibly catchy, super bratty song that would effectively make their career. It was that song that brought them from Warped Tour obscurity to MTV, to radio. This Hayley Williams was newly confident. She always knew her talent, but now, she knew how to use it. If this is your answer, you're probably the kind of person who identifies strengths not only in yourself, but in others.

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 21: Hayley Williams of the band Paramore performs in concert at Hammerstein Ballroom on October 21, 2009 i

'Brand New Eyes'-Era

2009-2011 Hayley Williams was troubled. Josh and Zac Farro, founding brothers behind Paramore, left the group. There was bad blood. The future of the band was unknown, and "Brand New Eyes" reflected that...it's not hard to read between the lines of songs like "Ignorance" and "Brick by Boring Brick." All that negativity had to happen, though, so Williams and her band could survive. The record is dense and powerful, a documentation of maturation. If this your answer, you're a strong-willed person, perhaps someone who has seen some shit and triumphed past it. That's invaluable.

LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 23: Hayley Williams of Paramore performs on stage at Leeds Festival at Bramham Park on August

'Self-Titled'-Era

2013-Present Hayley Williams is the Paramore frontwoman at her most self-assured, her strongest. Not only did that fiery-haired teen from Tennessee go on to take the pop-punk world by storm, she revolutionized the genre and found major mainstream success. In this era, we realize there is no other Hayley Williams in the world. If this is your answer, you're one in a million. Don't let anyone take away your individuality!


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Pick a Hayley Williams hair color.

MIAMI - JUNE 24: Hunter Lamb, Josh Farro, Haley Williams, Jeremy Davis, and Zac Farrro of Paramore pose for photos during the

'All We Know Is Falling'-Era

2005-2006 Hayley Williams was just a little baby when she joined Paramore (OK, a teen, but a fresh one at that.) From the very get-go her talent was apparent and she was unafraid to stretch her voice to the limit. If this is your answer, you too are probably a brave soul. How are you supposed to take over the world if you're too scared? You're fearless, and that's important.

Paramore performing live at the Astoria in London. 7th September 2007.; Job: 32042 Ref: ZB2797_166441_1958DGS - (Photo by Dan

'Riot!'-Era

2007-2008 Hayley Williams felt like a new person. 'Riot!' was the album that brought us "Misery Business," the impossibly catchy, super bratty song that would effectively make their career. It was that song that brought them from Warped Tour obscurity to MTV, to radio. This Hayley Williams was newly confident. She always knew her talent, but now, she knew how to use it. If this is your answer, you're probably the kind of person who identifies strengths not only in yourself, but in others.

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 21: Hayley Williams of the band Paramore performs in concert at Hammerstein Ballroom on October 21, 2009 i

'Brand New Eyes'-Era

2009-2011 Hayley Williams was troubled. Josh and Zac Farro, founding brothers behind Paramore, left the group. There was bad blood. The future of the band was unknown, and "Brand New Eyes" reflected that...it's not hard to read between the lines of songs like "Ignorance" and "Brick by Boring Brick." All that negativity had to happen, though, so Williams and her band could survive. The record is dense and powerful, a documentation of maturation. If this your answer, you're a strong-willed person, perhaps someone who has seen some shit and triumphed past it. That's invaluable.

LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 23: Hayley Williams of Paramore performs on stage at Leeds Festival at Bramham Park on August

'Self-Titled'-Era

2013-Present Hayley Williams is the Paramore frontwoman at her most self-assured, her strongest. Not only did that fiery-haired teen from Tennessee go on to take the pop-punk world by storm, she revolutionized the genre and found major mainstream success. In this era, we realize there is no other Hayley Williams in the world. If this is your answer, you're one in a million. Don't let anyone take away your individuality!


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Pick a band Paramore has toured with before.

MIAMI - JUNE 24: Hunter Lamb, Josh Farro, Haley Williams, Jeremy Davis, and Zac Farrro of Paramore pose for photos during the

'All We Know Is Falling'-Era

2005-2006 Hayley Williams was just a little baby when she joined Paramore (OK, a teen, but a fresh one at that.) From the very get-go her talent was apparent and she was unafraid to stretch her voice to the limit. If this is your answer, you too are probably a brave soul. How are you supposed to take over the world if you're too scared? You're fearless, and that's important.

Paramore performing live at the Astoria in London. 7th September 2007.; Job: 32042 Ref: ZB2797_166441_1958DGS - (Photo by Dan

'Riot!'-Era

2007-2008 Hayley Williams felt like a new person. 'Riot!' was the album that brought us "Misery Business," the impossibly catchy, super bratty song that would effectively make their career. It was that song that brought them from Warped Tour obscurity to MTV, to radio. This Hayley Williams was newly confident. She always knew her talent, but now, she knew how to use it. If this is your answer, you're probably the kind of person who identifies strengths not only in yourself, but in others.

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 21: Hayley Williams of the band Paramore performs in concert at Hammerstein Ballroom on October 21, 2009 i

'Brand New Eyes'-Era

2009-2011 Hayley Williams was troubled. Josh and Zac Farro, founding brothers behind Paramore, left the group. There was bad blood. The future of the band was unknown, and "Brand New Eyes" reflected that...it's not hard to read between the lines of songs like "Ignorance" and "Brick by Boring Brick." All that negativity had to happen, though, so Williams and her band could survive. The record is dense and powerful, a documentation of maturation. If this your answer, you're a strong-willed person, perhaps someone who has seen some shit and triumphed past it. That's invaluable.

LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 23: Hayley Williams of Paramore performs on stage at Leeds Festival at Bramham Park on August

'Self-Titled'-Era

2013-Present Hayley Williams is the Paramore frontwoman at her most self-assured, her strongest. Not only did that fiery-haired teen from Tennessee go on to take the pop-punk world by storm, she revolutionized the genre and found major mainstream success. In this era, we realize there is no other Hayley Williams in the world. If this is your answer, you're one in a million. Don't let anyone take away your individuality!


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If you have to have a Paramore lyric tattooed on your body, it would be...

MIAMI - JUNE 24: Hunter Lamb, Josh Farro, Haley Williams, Jeremy Davis, and Zac Farrro of Paramore pose for photos during the

'All We Know Is Falling'-Era

2005-2006 Hayley Williams was just a little baby when she joined Paramore (OK, a teen, but a fresh one at that.) From the very get-go her talent was apparent and she was unafraid to stretch her voice to the limit. If this is your answer, you too are probably a brave soul. How are you supposed to take over the world if you're too scared? You're fearless, and that's important.

Paramore performing live at the Astoria in London. 7th September 2007.; Job: 32042 Ref: ZB2797_166441_1958DGS - (Photo by Dan

'Riot!'-Era

2007-2008 Hayley Williams felt like a new person. 'Riot!' was the album that brought us "Misery Business," the impossibly catchy, super bratty song that would effectively make their career. It was that song that brought them from Warped Tour obscurity to MTV, to radio. This Hayley Williams was newly confident. She always knew her talent, but now, she knew how to use it. If this is your answer, you're probably the kind of person who identifies strengths not only in yourself, but in others.

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 21: Hayley Williams of the band Paramore performs in concert at Hammerstein Ballroom on October 21, 2009 i

'Brand New Eyes'-Era

2009-2011 Hayley Williams was troubled. Josh and Zac Farro, founding brothers behind Paramore, left the group. There was bad blood. The future of the band was unknown, and "Brand New Eyes" reflected that...it's not hard to read between the lines of songs like "Ignorance" and "Brick by Boring Brick." All that negativity had to happen, though, so Williams and her band could survive. The record is dense and powerful, a documentation of maturation. If this your answer, you're a strong-willed person, perhaps someone who has seen some shit and triumphed past it. That's invaluable.

LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 23: Hayley Williams of Paramore performs on stage at Leeds Festival at Bramham Park on August

'Self-Titled'-Era

2013-Present Hayley Williams is the Paramore frontwoman at her most self-assured, her strongest. Not only did that fiery-haired teen from Tennessee go on to take the pop-punk world by storm, she revolutionized the genre and found major mainstream success. In this era, we realize there is no other Hayley Williams in the world. If this is your answer, you're one in a million. Don't let anyone take away your individuality!


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Pick a holiday.

MIAMI - JUNE 24: Hunter Lamb, Josh Farro, Haley Williams, Jeremy Davis, and Zac Farrro of Paramore pose for photos during the

'All We Know Is Falling'-Era

2005-2006 Hayley Williams was just a little baby when she joined Paramore (OK, a teen, but a fresh one at that.) From the very get-go her talent was apparent and she was unafraid to stretch her voice to the limit. If this is your answer, you too are probably a brave soul. How are you supposed to take over the world if you're too scared? You're fearless, and that's important.

Paramore performing live at the Astoria in London. 7th September 2007.; Job: 32042 Ref: ZB2797_166441_1958DGS - (Photo by Dan

'Riot!'-Era

2007-2008 Hayley Williams felt like a new person. 'Riot!' was the album that brought us "Misery Business," the impossibly catchy, super bratty song that would effectively make their career. It was that song that brought them from Warped Tour obscurity to MTV, to radio. This Hayley Williams was newly confident. She always knew her talent, but now, she knew how to use it. If this is your answer, you're probably the kind of person who identifies strengths not only in yourself, but in others.

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 21: Hayley Williams of the band Paramore performs in concert at Hammerstein Ballroom on October 21, 2009 i

'Brand New Eyes'-Era

2009-2011 Hayley Williams was troubled. Josh and Zac Farro, founding brothers behind Paramore, left the group. There was bad blood. The future of the band was unknown, and "Brand New Eyes" reflected that...it's not hard to read between the lines of songs like "Ignorance" and "Brick by Boring Brick." All that negativity had to happen, though, so Williams and her band could survive. The record is dense and powerful, a documentation of maturation. If this your answer, you're a strong-willed person, perhaps someone who has seen some shit and triumphed past it. That's invaluable.

LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 23: Hayley Williams of Paramore performs on stage at Leeds Festival at Bramham Park on August

'Self-Titled'-Era

2013-Present Hayley Williams is the Paramore frontwoman at her most self-assured, her strongest. Not only did that fiery-haired teen from Tennessee go on to take the pop-punk world by storm, she revolutionized the genre and found major mainstream success. In this era, we realize there is no other Hayley Williams in the world. If this is your answer, you're one in a million. Don't let anyone take away your individuality!


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What's your favorite non-Paramore Hayley Williams collaboration?

MIAMI - JUNE 24: Hunter Lamb, Josh Farro, Haley Williams, Jeremy Davis, and Zac Farrro of Paramore pose for photos during the

'All We Know Is Falling'-Era

2005-2006 Hayley Williams was just a little baby when she joined Paramore (OK, a teen, but a fresh one at that.) From the very get-go her talent was apparent and she was unafraid to stretch her voice to the limit. If this is your answer, you too are probably a brave soul. How are you supposed to take over the world if you're too scared? You're fearless, and that's important.

Paramore performing live at the Astoria in London. 7th September 2007.; Job: 32042 Ref: ZB2797_166441_1958DGS - (Photo by Dan

'Riot!'-Era

2007-2008 Hayley Williams felt like a new person. 'Riot!' was the album that brought us "Misery Business," the impossibly catchy, super bratty song that would effectively make their career. It was that song that brought them from Warped Tour obscurity to MTV, to radio. This Hayley Williams was newly confident. She always knew her talent, but now, she knew how to use it. If this is your answer, you're probably the kind of person who identifies strengths not only in yourself, but in others.

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 21: Hayley Williams of the band Paramore performs in concert at Hammerstein Ballroom on October 21, 2009 i

'Brand New Eyes'-Era

2009-2011 Hayley Williams was troubled. Josh and Zac Farro, founding brothers behind Paramore, left the group. There was bad blood. The future of the band was unknown, and "Brand New Eyes" reflected that...it's not hard to read between the lines of songs like "Ignorance" and "Brick by Boring Brick." All that negativity had to happen, though, so Williams and her band could survive. The record is dense and powerful, a documentation of maturation. If this your answer, you're a strong-willed person, perhaps someone who has seen some shit and triumphed past it. That's invaluable.

LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 23: Hayley Williams of Paramore performs on stage at Leeds Festival at Bramham Park on August

'Self-Titled'-Era

2013-Present Hayley Williams is the Paramore frontwoman at her most self-assured, her strongest. Not only did that fiery-haired teen from Tennessee go on to take the pop-punk world by storm, she revolutionized the genre and found major mainstream success. In this era, we realize there is no other Hayley Williams in the world. If this is your answer, you're one in a million. Don't let anyone take away your individuality!


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If you could only read one pop-punk/emo publication for the rest of your life, it would be...

MIAMI - JUNE 24: Hunter Lamb, Josh Farro, Haley Williams, Jeremy Davis, and Zac Farrro of Paramore pose for photos during the

'All We Know Is Falling'-Era

2005-2006 Hayley Williams was just a little baby when she joined Paramore (OK, a teen, but a fresh one at that.) From the very get-go her talent was apparent and she was unafraid to stretch her voice to the limit. If this is your answer, you too are probably a brave soul. How are you supposed to take over the world if you're too scared? You're fearless, and that's important.

Paramore performing live at the Astoria in London. 7th September 2007.; Job: 32042 Ref: ZB2797_166441_1958DGS - (Photo by Dan

'Riot!'-Era

2007-2008 Hayley Williams felt like a new person. 'Riot!' was the album that brought us "Misery Business," the impossibly catchy, super bratty song that would effectively make their career. It was that song that brought them from Warped Tour obscurity to MTV, to radio. This Hayley Williams was newly confident. She always knew her talent, but now, she knew how to use it. If this is your answer, you're probably the kind of person who identifies strengths not only in yourself, but in others.

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 21: Hayley Williams of the band Paramore performs in concert at Hammerstein Ballroom on October 21, 2009 i

'Brand New Eyes'-Era

2009-2011 Hayley Williams was troubled. Josh and Zac Farro, founding brothers behind Paramore, left the group. There was bad blood. The future of the band was unknown, and "Brand New Eyes" reflected that...it's not hard to read between the lines of songs like "Ignorance" and "Brick by Boring Brick." All that negativity had to happen, though, so Williams and her band could survive. The record is dense and powerful, a documentation of maturation. If this your answer, you're a strong-willed person, perhaps someone who has seen some shit and triumphed past it. That's invaluable.

LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 23: Hayley Williams of Paramore performs on stage at Leeds Festival at Bramham Park on August

'Self-Titled'-Era

2013-Present Hayley Williams is the Paramore frontwoman at her most self-assured, her strongest. Not only did that fiery-haired teen from Tennessee go on to take the pop-punk world by storm, she revolutionized the genre and found major mainstream success. In this era, we realize there is no other Hayley Williams in the world. If this is your answer, you're one in a million. Don't let anyone take away your individuality!


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Pick a pop-punk band.

MIAMI - JUNE 24: Hunter Lamb, Josh Farro, Haley Williams, Jeremy Davis, and Zac Farrro of Paramore pose for photos during the

'All We Know Is Falling'-Era

2005-2006 Hayley Williams was just a little baby when she joined Paramore (OK, a teen, but a fresh one at that.) From the very get-go her talent was apparent and she was unafraid to stretch her voice to the limit. If this is your answer, you too are probably a brave soul. How are you supposed to take over the world if you're too scared? You're fearless, and that's important.

Paramore performing live at the Astoria in London. 7th September 2007.; Job: 32042 Ref: ZB2797_166441_1958DGS - (Photo by Dan

'Riot!'-Era

2007-2008 Hayley Williams felt like a new person. 'Riot!' was the album that brought us "Misery Business," the impossibly catchy, super bratty song that would effectively make their career. It was that song that brought them from Warped Tour obscurity to MTV, to radio. This Hayley Williams was newly confident. She always knew her talent, but now, she knew how to use it. If this is your answer, you're probably the kind of person who identifies strengths not only in yourself, but in others.

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 21: Hayley Williams of the band Paramore performs in concert at Hammerstein Ballroom on October 21, 2009 i

'Brand New Eyes'-Era

2009-2011 Hayley Williams was troubled. Josh and Zac Farro, founding brothers behind Paramore, left the group. There was bad blood. The future of the band was unknown, and "Brand New Eyes" reflected that...it's not hard to read between the lines of songs like "Ignorance" and "Brick by Boring Brick." All that negativity had to happen, though, so Williams and her band could survive. The record is dense and powerful, a documentation of maturation. If this your answer, you're a strong-willed person, perhaps someone who has seen some shit and triumphed past it. That's invaluable.

LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 23: Hayley Williams of Paramore performs on stage at Leeds Festival at Bramham Park on August

'Self-Titled'-Era

2013-Present Hayley Williams is the Paramore frontwoman at her most self-assured, her strongest. Not only did that fiery-haired teen from Tennessee go on to take the pop-punk world by storm, she revolutionized the genre and found major mainstream success. In this era, we realize there is no other Hayley Williams in the world. If this is your answer, you're one in a million. Don't let anyone take away your individuality!


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What is your favorite Southern state?

MIAMI - JUNE 24: Hunter Lamb, Josh Farro, Haley Williams, Jeremy Davis, and Zac Farrro of Paramore pose for photos during the

'All We Know Is Falling'-Era

2005-2006 Hayley Williams was just a little baby when she joined Paramore (OK, a teen, but a fresh one at that.) From the very get-go her talent was apparent and she was unafraid to stretch her voice to the limit. If this is your answer, you too are probably a brave soul. How are you supposed to take over the world if you're too scared? You're fearless, and that's important.

Paramore performing live at the Astoria in London. 7th September 2007.; Job: 32042 Ref: ZB2797_166441_1958DGS - (Photo by Dan

'Riot!'-Era

2007-2008 Hayley Williams felt like a new person. 'Riot!' was the album that brought us "Misery Business," the impossibly catchy, super bratty song that would effectively make their career. It was that song that brought them from Warped Tour obscurity to MTV, to radio. This Hayley Williams was newly confident. She always knew her talent, but now, she knew how to use it. If this is your answer, you're probably the kind of person who identifies strengths not only in yourself, but in others.

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 21: Hayley Williams of the band Paramore performs in concert at Hammerstein Ballroom on October 21, 2009 i

'Brand New Eyes'-Era

2009-2011 Hayley Williams was troubled. Josh and Zac Farro, founding brothers behind Paramore, left the group. There was bad blood. The future of the band was unknown, and "Brand New Eyes" reflected that...it's not hard to read between the lines of songs like "Ignorance" and "Brick by Boring Brick." All that negativity had to happen, though, so Williams and her band could survive. The record is dense and powerful, a documentation of maturation. If this your answer, you're a strong-willed person, perhaps someone who has seen some shit and triumphed past it. That's invaluable.

LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 23: Hayley Williams of Paramore performs on stage at Leeds Festival at Bramham Park on August

'Self-Titled'-Era

2013-Present Hayley Williams is the Paramore frontwoman at her most self-assured, her strongest. Not only did that fiery-haired teen from Tennessee go on to take the pop-punk world by storm, she revolutionized the genre and found major mainstream success. In this era, we realize there is no other Hayley Williams in the world. If this is your answer, you're one in a million. Don't let anyone take away your individuality!


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Tickets sold out for Parahoy! You still want to go on a music-themed cruise. You choose...

MIAMI - JUNE 24: Hunter Lamb, Josh Farro, Haley Williams, Jeremy Davis, and Zac Farrro of Paramore pose for photos during the

'All We Know Is Falling'-Era

2005-2006 Hayley Williams was just a little baby when she joined Paramore (OK, a teen, but a fresh one at that.) From the very get-go her talent was apparent and she was unafraid to stretch her voice to the limit. If this is your answer, you too are probably a brave soul. How are you supposed to take over the world if you're too scared? You're fearless, and that's important.

Paramore performing live at the Astoria in London. 7th September 2007.; Job: 32042 Ref: ZB2797_166441_1958DGS - (Photo by Dan

'Riot!'-Era

2007-2008 Hayley Williams felt like a new person. 'Riot!' was the album that brought us "Misery Business," the impossibly catchy, super bratty song that would effectively make their career. It was that song that brought them from Warped Tour obscurity to MTV, to radio. This Hayley Williams was newly confident. She always knew her talent, but now, she knew how to use it. If this is your answer, you're probably the kind of person who identifies strengths not only in yourself, but in others.

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 21: Hayley Williams of the band Paramore performs in concert at Hammerstein Ballroom on October 21, 2009 i

'Brand New Eyes'-Era

2009-2011 Hayley Williams was troubled. Josh and Zac Farro, founding brothers behind Paramore, left the group. There was bad blood. The future of the band was unknown, and "Brand New Eyes" reflected that...it's not hard to read between the lines of songs like "Ignorance" and "Brick by Boring Brick." All that negativity had to happen, though, so Williams and her band could survive. The record is dense and powerful, a documentation of maturation. If this your answer, you're a strong-willed person, perhaps someone who has seen some shit and triumphed past it. That's invaluable.

LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 23: Hayley Williams of Paramore performs on stage at Leeds Festival at Bramham Park on August

'Self-Titled'-Era

2013-Present Hayley Williams is the Paramore frontwoman at her most self-assured, her strongest. Not only did that fiery-haired teen from Tennessee go on to take the pop-punk world by storm, she revolutionized the genre and found major mainstream success. In this era, we realize there is no other Hayley Williams in the world. If this is your answer, you're one in a million. Don't let anyone take away your individuality!


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What is your favorite non-record Paramore song?

MIAMI - JUNE 24: Hunter Lamb, Josh Farro, Haley Williams, Jeremy Davis, and Zac Farrro of Paramore pose for photos during the

'All We Know Is Falling'-Era

2005-2006 Hayley Williams was just a little baby when she joined Paramore (OK, a teen, but a fresh one at that.) From the very get-go her talent was apparent and she was unafraid to stretch her voice to the limit. If this is your answer, you too are probably a brave soul. How are you supposed to take over the world if you're too scared? You're fearless, and that's important.

Paramore performing live at the Astoria in London. 7th September 2007.; Job: 32042 Ref: ZB2797_166441_1958DGS - (Photo by Dan

'Riot!'-Era

2007-2008 Hayley Williams felt like a new person. 'Riot!' was the album that brought us "Misery Business," the impossibly catchy, super bratty song that would effectively make their career. It was that song that brought them from Warped Tour obscurity to MTV, to radio. This Hayley Williams was newly confident. She always knew her talent, but now, she knew how to use it. If this is your answer, you're probably the kind of person who identifies strengths not only in yourself, but in others.

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 21: Hayley Williams of the band Paramore performs in concert at Hammerstein Ballroom on October 21, 2009 i

'Brand New Eyes'-Era

2009-2011 Hayley Williams was troubled. Josh and Zac Farro, founding brothers behind Paramore, left the group. There was bad blood. The future of the band was unknown, and "Brand New Eyes" reflected that...it's not hard to read between the lines of songs like "Ignorance" and "Brick by Boring Brick." All that negativity had to happen, though, so Williams and her band could survive. The record is dense and powerful, a documentation of maturation. If this your answer, you're a strong-willed person, perhaps someone who has seen some shit and triumphed past it. That's invaluable.

LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 23: Hayley Williams of Paramore performs on stage at Leeds Festival at Bramham Park on August

'Self-Titled'-Era

2013-Present Hayley Williams is the Paramore frontwoman at her most self-assured, her strongest. Not only did that fiery-haired teen from Tennessee go on to take the pop-punk world by storm, she revolutionized the genre and found major mainstream success. In this era, we realize there is no other Hayley Williams in the world. If this is your answer, you're one in a million. Don't let anyone take away your individuality!


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