Anyone can look pretty with hair and make-up.
I don't try to sound like anyone but me anymore. If something is out of my element, I try to avoid it.
As someone who grew up in tough circumstances, I know that being on public assistance is not a spot that anyone wants to be in.
Making a living out of acting sounded like science-fiction when I was growing up. I didn't know anyone around me who lived from anything related to art.
You're not anyone in America unless you're on TV.
I am always who I am, and anyone who's known me forever will tell you that. I guess there's enough of a child in me that that's important.
I don't think that I have ever been rebellious. The thing is that I don't believe in people - what people tell me. I have to accept it in my own brain first. I don't listen to anyone, never.
I haven't always hated McDonald's. When my kids were little and I lived in the U.S., they were as susceptible as anyone to Happy Meals and tatty toys that subsequently littered our sitting room.
I do not think anyone can ever do anything without the help and will of God.
Somehow I am really relaxed within the chaos of having a baby - and anyone who's a mother knows it's very hard to relax, because there is so much to do and worry about!
I don't ever want to have to depend on anyone completely.
You know, he's a bit of a rock star, but I think he's consciously learnt how to make people feel comfortable around him. Because otherwise, how could anyone act opposite him? The whole time you'd be thinking, 'My god, it's Johnny Depp!'
Living in the U.K., there is no way to know whether anyone in India likes my music, but I was surprised to see people singing along while I performed in Pune.
Anyone born and bred in Northern Ireland can't be too optimistic.
I don't want to be owned by anyone.
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