I am someone who puts their takeout or leftovers into the Tupperware and stores it in the refrigerator overnight.
My new favourite smell is new baby smell. It makes me so happy. If someone could bottle that, I'd love to have it.
Even though we all know the facts, it's hard to resist the lure of a tan.
If I'm ever lucky enough to be part of an awards tribute, I hope they play 'Muffin Top' in my little clip. That's how I want to be remembered.
That's why I love doing live theater more than anything: You get an immediate reaction, whether it's good or bad.
Oh, I'll tell you about 'Anyone Can Whistle' - the lesson I learned with doing that record is that the simplest songs are the hardest to do.
I still get thrilled by the energy that is a live performance, the fear and the panic and the electricity that happens on the night. I think jolting myself every once in a while with that fear is a good thing for me.
My parents were involved in community theater in New Jersey. Instead of hiring a baby sitter, they would take me with them. So my love of acting seeped in from watching my parents and seeing them having fun.
I love to roller skate.
I never thought I'd sing or dance on national television.
I think of the Roundabout as my musical theater family here in New York City.
It takes a lot out of you to do a one-hour episodic lead of a show. I don't think actors realize that when they take the job.
I consider myself to be more real-sized than most of the actresses in California and in show business. They're very small. They're like miniature people.
I had a really tragic cut at the beginning of Season 2 of 'Ally McBeal.' Someone convinced me that it would be good to layer my hair. I basically looked like Ronald McDonald.
Cheyenne Jackson is just a dream.
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