I've been doing this a long time. In my head I'm at a point where I've got to get a happy medium within the workload in order for me to stay interested. Otherwise, I'll just get pissed off and that isn't good for me anymore. I'm ready for 'em, mate!
I don't think I even knew how big we were at the time. It was mad. I gained a lot through East 17 and I'm grateful for being able to have that experience.
I joined the show because I can't get a record deal and when 17 million people a day are watching you the record companies are more interested.
A lot of people were going on about suicide attempts but this wasn't one. You couldn't have done it if you had tried.
If you were going to commit suicide you wouldn't do it like this, it was a complete accident
It was shocking, it happened so quick and then the next thing you're waking up in intensive care three weeks later.
five or six of them, I think.
There's a lot of parity in this tournament. There's got to be five or six teams who can win it
This is going to be a grind. I think (coach-manager Bill Horne) has done a great job of putting together a bunch of guys who can play one or two positions.
If you can handle the time, it's great. But it's tough on the families. You have one or two kids, you are travelling around all summer. It takes a lot of time.
It's weird, man. I've had a weird life, and I don't want to end up on the dole. I'm fed up with the plumbing. And I think it would be good to be a little pop star again.
Life is very precious.
We could give 'Take That' a run for their money.
I love artists like Jon B, but I don't wanna be compared to anybody. I'm just doing my interpretation of rnb and how someone like me should be doing it.
Back then, as a kid, you made a choice of who you liked, and it was either us or 'Take That.' And if you liked 'East 17', it showed you knew what was going on, you were clued up, had better taste in music.