Wearing short skirts while dancing to a manic routine without showing your knickers or looking indecent is a talent, as far as I’m concerned.
Before I became famous I used to think there’s no smoke without fire. But believe me, there can be a fire without smoke.
We are still so close, David and I. We were at a party the other day at my mum’s house and I was sitting on his lap. We’re very affectionate. And I looked at him and thought after being married for 11 years! We were the only couple who were even near each other at that party. We’re soul mates.
Someone once I asked my son Cruz, ‘When’s your birthday?’ and he told them, ‘It’s just after Fashion Week!’
I’m not shy about asking the customer, because I want to talk about who she is and what she wants from me.
Drink whatever you like, just so long as it coordinates with your nail varnish.
If you can get your head around your dream it means your dream isn’t big enough.
People always think I’m taller than I am – not just because of the shoes I wear but because of the way I dress. It’s all relatively streamlined.
You have to remember that when you are a performer you become a celebrity, but you are not saving lives. It’s not that important.
I want to reach as many women throughout the world as I can.
Most famous people get younger and younger. I sometimes ask myself that question: ‘How come I’m the only person who’s getting older?’
I’m feminine, but I wouldn’t say that I’m girly in any way at all.