I don't have dreams. How can I say it? I myself am a dream.
I understand it's my role to realize people's dreams.
I don't think you should meet the people you most admire. I don't want reality to interfere with my image.
The way I work, typically, I do everything at the very last minute. Even if I was given two months, I'd do it in the last three days.
I have trouble voicing my thoughts... I can't communicate very well that way.
In the beginning, I was searching for myself in my music. My music was for me. I didn't have the mental room to be conscious of the listener; I wrote to save myself.
I don't set goals. Like, that's what I want to be doing however many years from now. I do what I love to do at the moment. If I wake up tomorrow and decide I want to dance, that's what I'd do. Or design clothes.
I always like whatever I did most recently. It's the closest to who I am at the moment.
It sounds odd coming from me, but I realize what I say and how I look has a great impact.
New York was a relief - not all hierarchical and rule-bound.
I'd heard a lot of Asian people were rooting for me, but I had no idea. I was stunned. They were... impassioned, especially compared to Japan. I couldn't even have anticipated that kind of welcome.
If people will listen, I will go anywhere in the world!
I thought Mommy's life was strange, not mine.
Music is my life, if I am without music or if I can't sing any more, I die, I'm nothing...because music is everything.
I read and watch movies. I can't go to the movie theater much anymore, though, because I get recognized. It's worse sometimes if I wear a costume and try not to get recognized. I watch most of my films on airplanes.