Curvy is something to be proud of.
I wish I was more stupid because I'm either completely ecstatic and joyous and absolutely high as a kite or I'm a bit morbid. There's never anything in between.
I go running three times a week - outside in the park, come rain or shine, and I hate every moment of it. I hate everything about it. But I know it's important for health reasons and the reason why I run, in particular, is because my stage work is like cardiovascular work so I don't want to lose my breath on stage.
A lot of men do have a fear of my ultra-femininity. Sometimes people say I look like a drag queen, that I look scary, but I think that's a fear of my confidence. Most women in contemporary culture pare down their femininity, so there's a slight androgyny about them, and I think men have got used to seeing that.
It's amazing living alone. I'm very lucky. It's like a refuge.
There's nothing wrong with a thick eyebrow; Frida Kahlo had them.
I'm really into food; it's one of my favourite things - everything from potato waffles to lobster.
Real talent shines through regardless of how many others there are around you.
I don't overthink when I'm styling. I kind of forgive myself and accept that I will make mistakes. Getting dressed should be a fun experience!
There's nothing better than achieving your goals, whatever they might be.
You feel a sense of elation seeing yourself on a billboard.
I love Andre 3000 from OutKast. I think we'd complement each other, but I'm hoping he's got a good sense of humour.
I don't understand why the accent you speak in has to indicate what level of intellect you have.
I like not to feel that all my eggs are in one basket, or I get nervous.
I was mainly raised by a working mum who didn't have much time or inclination for making food. So I had three or four basic meals: fish fingers and a tomato; a packet scotch egg and a tomato; pasta with a tin of tomatoes; and extra mild plastic-y cheddar chopped into cubes with bits of cucumber.
If I get in a relationship, it's always for the long-term; if not, I don't see the point.
I'm surrounded by friends and family who are not that impressed by celebrity. They don't have any problem telling me I'm acting like an idiot or I'm not that funny.
No one ever chats me up; I think they all think I'm taken. Either that or no one fancies me.
My mum's always on at me to have children and blames 'that stupid stage thing you do' for me not already having a family.
I'm the type of person who, if somebody offers me a free meal, I get excited because you never know where your next free meal is going to come from.