Singer Joss Stone has told ITV that a plot to kidnap and behead her was "creepy".
Kevin Liverpool and Junior Bradshaw from Huddersfield researched the star and planned to attack her, using hammers and a samurai sword.
They were jailed earlier this year after crashing their car as they made their way to her home and even having to ask directions to the address when they got to her village.
They were arrested before they even reached her front gates.
In a written statement released after the verdicts, Joss Stone said:
Det Serg Martin Sutcliffe said the evidence found by Devon and Cornwall police painted a clear picture of the intentions of two men who conspired to kill and rob Joss Stone.
Both Kevin Liverpool and Junior Bradshaw were found guilty this afternoon.
Wendy Joseph, the mother of Joss Stone, has issued a statement after two men were found guilty of conspiring to rob and murder the soul singer.
The mother said: "Joss would like to thank everyone for their support and all of their good wishes.
"Joss and myself and indeed our whole family are relieved the trial is now over and that these men are no longer in the position to cause harm to anyone"
The judge told the defendants he regards them as dangerous men. He told Kevin Liverpool it was a "crazy scheme by a crazy person which was likely to fail... It was your intention to kill Joss Stone and to rob her. I regard you a very dangerous man".