I'm like a mosquito, I love humidity. I don't sweat.
My dad is a writer, and to see him always in front of a typewriter gave me the inspiration to write. He was my idol, my hero. I wanted to be just like him.
I thank God that I'm a product of my parents. That they infected me with their intelligence and energy for life, with their thirst for knowledge and their love. I'm grateful that I know where I come from.
I enjoy taking part in footballing events that are for social causes because, in my view, inspiring children through sport is a way of keeping their bodies and minds healthy as well as helping nurture their intelligence and ability to relate with others.
I want some day to be able to love with the same intensity and unselfishness that parents love their children with.
For a while, I could only wear sweat pants because I was that intermediate size that you're not a small, you're not a large.
The worst frustration for a singer is choosing a career in making music and then not being able to make music because you're always giving interviews.
Songwriting is such an intricate part of me as an artist and as a person; I couldn't just let someone else do it.
I always had the intuition, even as a little child, that I was called for a big project.
I would sing anywhere they would invite me. That's how I made my first pesos. I used to sing at beauty pageants, local events of every sort.
If it was up to me, I would just wear jeans and t-shirts, even to red carpets, but then no one would photograph me, so that would make me very sad. So you know, I've gotta keep up with the rest of the female population and sometimes try a little harder.
I do feel that I have to use my voice for those that don't have one. I have to do the best I can in my own work to represent my culture, represent the women of my country, of Latin America. What we stand for. What we're made of.
It's incredibly liberating to spend an hour talking to someone and not caring about what you sound like. It's about understanding myself. Sometimes I'll speak to my therapist for an hour a day. It's become part of my routine.
I've written many love songs for Gerard. But it's never enough. I feel that he deserves a million love songs written for him.
I believe that every single one of us, celebrity or not, has a responsibility to get involved in trying to make a difference in the world. Our generation faces many challenges, some of which were passed on to us by the past generations, but it's up to us to find solutions today so that we don't keep passing our problems on.
I just think that it's very helpful to have a map of your psyche, because when you have a map, you know where to go.
I have gone through a lot of things, everything that you can imagine in life, but the best has been Gerard and Milan.
I'm just a consequence of the great musical momentum and the great changes we are going through in the world.
I was a real mummy's girl - still am. And as for my father, well, I have an Oedipus complex I'm still working out. I love that man!
I have no idea where I want to go musically, but I'm fine that way. I don't need to be faithful to any concept, you know.