I had years of partying, and I was kind of surprised and happy I survived it all. Now, being a parent, I look back on it thinking, Oh God, the things you did!
I love going out. I love partying.
Partying isn't every aspect to my personality.
When you're on a boat, you're going to little islands and stuff. It's not a partying kind of thing.
Most of my freshman year at USC, I'd just been partying, and I had zero direction.
I'm terrible as I never take my make-up off at night, which I know is really dreadful. Whenever I'm out partying I just can't be bothered and now I am on 'Loose Women' that tends to be all the time. I hope next year holds even more parties for me.
I didn't have a teen age at all. I didn't even look at boys, never mind... then suddenly it was like, 'Oh my god!' So I made up for a lot of lost time very quickly. It was kind of bonkers. Working hard, partying hard - but also experiencing life, you know.
I don't really go out partying, but I'm definitely a social butterfly.
I did all my heavy partying before I turned sixteen.
There's always some amount of gradual, slow burning destruction over the course of partying.
I go out partying to figure out exactly who I'm making music for. You can't just guess.
I tend to stay up late, not because I'm partying but because it's the only time of the day when I'm alone and don't have to be performing.
Partying is such sweet sorrow.
Dancing - that's really what I do at parties. I dance and I hang out with friends. That's my partying.
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