When it comes to music, we live in a very different world than everyone did in the 1960s and 1970s.
Toting around a full orchestra on tour is very ambitious. I would consider doing a show now and then, like do a show at Radio City or Carnegie Hall with a full orchestra.
Now, performing is second nature and I love every second of it. It is a very emotional thing when I can’t play a song; maybe I’m hitting on something that I don’t want to deal with. All of it is so personal. It is like therapy.
I work hard and I will always work hard. But I feel very lucky with the way that it has all come together.
I did not stop dancing; I did take two years off to get myself together.
I don’t put boundaries on myself when I sit at the piano.
I am always drawn to men that are funny. I do not know why. But I am always drawn to people that are struggling with parts of themselves… But it’s like in the end, there has to be confidence.
Food can become such a point of anxiety – not because it’s food, but just because you have anxiety. That’s how eating disorders develop.
If Mozart were around now he would write a killer rock song.