I think I must have a super-fast metabolism.
I don’t mind anyone asking me any questions, I’ve got nothing to hide. I like it to be as real as it is, that’s what I call an interview.
As a child, I’ve always been in trouble with men and the police have always had to get involved, through no fault of my own.
I didn’t fancy any of my teachers.
I never ask anyone for anything. I’ve just not been brought up like that.
The men I find myself attracted to are the ones who don’t say anything and are quite shy.
I like my old nose. If I could get it out the cupboard and put it on, then I would.
My middle name should be ‘Drama,’ but I love it. I think everyone should have some kind of stress in their life; otherwise, it’s boring isn’t it?
All I’ve ever really done is page 3 in The Sun, and not every man reads that.
The most fascinating person I have met so far is indeed Mr. Hugh Hefner. An incredible man!
I really hate sitcoms on television with canned laughter and stuff. What really makes me laugh is the real-life stuff. I’ve got a dry sense of humor.
I hate going out in Brighton now. It’s different in London. People respect you more there.
I don’t really want to do topless stuff anymore.
I’ve had Botox and all that – why not? There’s no cream that gets rid of wrinkles; that’s a load of rubbish in my eyes. But Botox does.
I was a real rebel. I got expelled.