People don't associate red hair, pale skin, and freckles with beauty.
A lot of celebrities just want money, fame, power, fancy cars, houses all over the world and have people bow down to them. To me, that's frightful behaviour.
I refuse to step inside the ring and fight like a gladiator against my own. I'm not playing that game. Any woman who has survived a year or more of making music has my undying respect.
I want to hear from the creature who isn't blessed with unbelievable good looks and incredible genes. I want to hear from the geek girl, the forgotten girl, the invisible girl and the miserable girl.
I'm afraid of happy people. They're chemically unbalanced.
Starbucks is my main fix and it's usually you people working in there - sometimes they're actually shaking. It just makes me feel horrendous because I've been in that situation.
Possibly because I grew up not feeling very confident about my own physical appearance, I developed internal devices so that I could integrate into society.
I am laughably aggressive, and the rest of the band is very laid back, so we mix well.
I wanted to put out a solo record because I was stuck on a major label and sick of it.
You have to watch all sides of your advancement, you have to make sure people's bodies and minds are healthy and their morale is cool before you can really go out and play great music.
I want to hear an alternative viewpoint, and I don't want girls to be defanged and declawed and pretty and mute.
Mozart was a punk, which people seem to forget. He was a naughty, naughty boy.
I am a contradictory mess but I see it as my prerogative to change my mood like the weather.
The truth is, I've always been wracked with self-loathing and terrible, paralysing depression.
No, I'm not Shirley the girl, I'm the woman on MTV with the big boots.
I have a temper on me that could hold back tides.
I've got no timetable. I'm sort of sick of timetables, to be honest.