Webster and I are very aloof. The two of us go and sit there by ourselves. I sit by myself in the corner with my book and the newspaper. He kind of runs around a little bit, and then he goes and sits on top of the picnic table. He never plays with other little dogs.
I'm close with my parents. I have a lot of acquaintances, but my very good close friends are few I can count my very good friends on one hand. And that's how I like it to be.
Actually, I take it as a compliment. Diva is a derivative of divine. That's quite a title to carry around.
I do wish my breasts were bigger. Not big... but less small.
A lot of the tabloid stories are written so well, they're very clever and very funny. But you have to focus on what's really important and not read them - don't dive into it and don't get caught up in it.
Shows can come and go. They can be a hit and then in three years, gone. There's some comfort in having the stability of a job and having children. It's a double-edged sword.
The only real indulgence was buying a house. That was a pretty big step.
No, I am who I am. I'm not going to change for anybody.
What I say now is that the way the world underestimates me will be my greatest weapon. People pat me on the head, and I go to myself, oh, and aren't they going to be surprised.
But it kills me, this fascination with celebrities' personal lives.
It's so funny how my name has always been such a big deal. When I was growing up, my family was always moving. I had to meet new people all the time. And they'd laugh.
Sometimes when you play a character, you can feel it in your body. And I felt like I had characteristics of my dog: the way Webster moves, the way he holds his head. I kind of adapted it into this part unconsciously.
I am definitely a dog person. I feel like Webster and I are very much alike.
I like to hike with my dog, Webster. It helps clear my mind.
I've been doing a lot of hiking, which I love.
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