Lana Del Rey has received quite a bit of flack since her 'Saturday Night Live' debut, but the pouty-mouth singer is taking it all in stride. In fact, she says she thought she "sang fine."

In an interview with Rolling Stone, the 25-year-old dishes about the performance, which has since polarized music fans all over. "I actually felt good about it," she says. "I thought I looked beautiful and sang fine."

Although she admits to generally being nervous on stage, Del Rey says wasn't rattled by what occurred on live television on Jan. 14. "It felt OK. The cast and crew said they loved it," she adds. "I know some people didn't like it, but that's just the way I perform, and my fans know that."

Del Rey is also brushing off the backlash she's received since her 'SNL' date, acting unsurprised by her naysayers. "There's backlash about everything I do. It's nothing new," she continues. "When I walk outside, people have something to say about it. It wouldn't have mattered if I was absolutely excellent. People don't have anything nice to say about this project. I'm sure that's why you're writing about it."

Way to keep it all in perspective, girl! Lana Del Rey's debut album, 'Born to Die,' is available in stores and online now.