It’s all about hope, kindness and a connection with one another.
I prefer rugby to soccer. I enjoy the violence in rugby, except when they start biting each other’s ears off.
I’m just an instinctive actress, I’ve never had a lesson in my life.
The beauty of fragrance is that it speaks to your heart and hopefully someone else’s.
I have a woman’s body and a child’s emotions.
I love going to rock concerts, I love to lose myself in that vast wave of rhythm and body heat and get on the same vibe.
I have never felt more alive than when I watched my children delight in something, never more alive than when I have watched a great artist perform, and never richer than when I have scored a big check to fight AIDS.
The public me, the one named Elizabeth Taylor, has become a lot of hokum and fabrication – a bunch of drivel – and I find her slightly revolting.
I feel like 45. I don’t look bad for someone my age, with my history of illnesses and operations and all those anesthetics. When they knock you out, it gives you time to catch up on your beauty sleep.
The public library is more than a repository of books. It’s a mysterious, wondrous place with the power to change lives.
Any home where there is love constitutes a family and all families should have the same legal rights, including the right to marry and have or adopt children. Why shouldn’t gay people be able to live as open and freely as everybody else?
When you’re older, you’ll appreciate the advantages of sleeping alone.