I still put punctuation in my texts. If it's an 'I', I make sure it's a capital.
I didn't have any qualifications when I left school - I had three O-levels.
I like to know why a video has suddenly gone viral, why a song has broken, why a TV show is suddenly rating out of pattern... I'm pretty good at understanding why things are becoming popular.
When you're making a reality show, you can't even plan a week ahead now.
What I would argue in my defence is that shows like 'Britain's Got Talent' and 'The X Factor' have actually got people more interested in music again and are sending more people into record stores.
You are a saucy little thing aren't you?
Have I got a black book? Yes, it's called a mobile phone. I do get offers. There is no shortage of people if you want to go on dates - working in TV, living in L.A., it is there if you want it.
Choosing how you vote should not be a snap verdict based on a few minutes of television.
In TV, film, and music there's a lot of snobbery, and I don't like it. I've never been a cultural snob.
I'd say the most dangerous thing I've ever done is probably bungee jumping in Thailand.
You know what the secret to weight loss is? Don't eat much.
When I look at it now, the whole punk thing is sort of comedy in a weird way.