Joss Stone hasn't let the duo who allegedly plotted her kidnapping in June get her down. In fact, she's laughing about it.
The British soul singer dished on the "crazies" behind the foiled plot with a smile, and also let us in on her drunken lunch outing following the royal wedding.
"It's a lot of crazies in the world," Stone told E! News. "Isn't it weird? I mean, what an awful thing to do. But, no, it's fine, they're just completely off their Charlie."
And although the two Manchester men were arrested near Stone's home, she has still managed to feel safe there.
"It's weird because I live in the middle of nowhere…well that's why they got lost, which is good," Stone added.
"I do feel very safe where I live. I live in the house that I grew up in and I don't ever plan on moving. I love my home because there's an extended family. I have four neighbors, one's a neighbor with a shotgun and I've got a great Rottweiler. It's silly to worry about things that didn't happen. Just gives me more lyrics, more stories to tell," Stone went on.
Junior Bradshaw and Kevin Liverpool, who allegedly plotted to kidnap Stone, appeared for a preliminary hearing at Exeter Crown Court Friday, after they were charged with conspiracy to commit robbery and grievous bodily harm.
The duo was busted in June when they were seen acting suspiciously outside Stone's country home with a samurai sword, ropes and a body bag in tow.
Prior to that terrifying kidnapping debacle, however, Stone was able to attend the royal wedding. And while she enjoyed the nuptials of her dear friends, it appears she had an even better time at a "random lunch" that followed.
"I had a lovely time," Stone said of the wedding. "I just went in, sat down, tried to be on my best behavior. I was very happy to be there. It was like being part of a fairytale. Then, I had a really weird lunch with lovely people, but I didn't know any of them. So, after the church I ended up getting totally rat a--ed with like ten people I'd never met before in my whole life. It was brilliant".