What's the buzz in London right now? Well, as musical theater scion-hot Imogen Lloyd Webber reveals in the April issue of Jane, it's a drug called cocaine. When Imogen is out trying to enjoy the music of the night, she's often pressured to try it! "I'm a single twentysomething girl who is living the unattached life but has never once tried an illegal drug ... the white stuff seems to be hard for my friends to resist these days. They used to include me in their nightclub plans, until they saw that I couldn't keep up with their demented dancing and would object to being left alone during their repeated trips to the restroom. So now they rarely text me about their after-parties that go on through dawn, as they know I will have collapsed into bed long before, not having their secret energy formula coursing through my bloodstream." Still, though, Imogen might change her mind if the man she cared about enjoyed indulging in the white stuff, right? Love changes everything! Well, maybe not.
"Although I'm willing to have acquaintances who partake, I refuse to date someone who does—I have tried and discovered that it cannot work. One guy was so high, he missed my birthday party. Notwithstanding these cokeheads' inability to get it up when required, in general users are easily bored, find it hard to sustain relationships with nonusers and suffer erratic, bad tempers." She just doesn't know how to love them! Get off coke, boys ... that's all Imogen asks of you.