* BeamMeUpScotty: Björk never said "I am '''a''' grateful grapefruit!" at the 1998 Brit Awards. She merely said "I am grateful grapefruit".
* BlackSheepHit: "It's Oh So Quiet" from ''Music/{{Post}}'', a jazz/big band song from an electronic/alternative artist.
* CreatorBacklash: Her most popular and most successful song is the aforementioned "It's Oh So Quiet". Björk got angry that her most popular song is a cover, and now she rarely performs it.
* CreatorBreakdown: Slightly before recording began on ''Homogenic'', a LoonyFan of hers named Ricardo López who made a video diary detailing his obsession over her as well as a letterbomb that he sent to her home (it was intercepted before it could do any harm) before killing himself. After the incident, she stated that it distressed and disturbed her, instilling a deep sensation of paranoia that [[ParanoiaFuel someone could get so involved in her personal life so as to potentially hurt her]] [[AdultFear or her child]]. This led to the song "So Broken".
** "Vulnicura" is a word made up from "Vulnus", Latin for "Wound", and "Cura", Latin for "Care". This "complete heartbreak album", to quote Björk, is the way she coped after her breakup with Matthew Barney.
* CreatorCouple: With artist Matthew Barney, up until they broke up.
* DyeHard: Her natural hair color is dark brown, not black.
* OneOfUs: ''Music/{{Homogenic}}'', ''Music/{{Vespertine}}'', ''Music/{{Medulla}}'', and ''Biophilia'' are all named after scientific terms and phenomena.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** She was originally approached to perform "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkXbzffVl44 Gollum's Song]]" for Film/TheLordOfTheRings, but declined, citing her pregnancy. Fellow Icelander Emilíana Torrini performed it instead.
** Music/WuTangClan were originally supposed to produce for ''Music/{{Homogenic}}'', but had to drop out due to their album's delayed production schedule.
** "It's in Our Hands" was originally recorded for ''Music/{{Vespertine}}'' but ultimately didn't appear in the track list. It eventually appeared in her ''Greatest Hits'' album as a previously unreleased song.
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