I want to apologize to all of the people I have let down because of my behavior which has reflected badly on my family, friends, co-workers, business associates and others.
I was amazed at the support that I got when I was in there. And when I came out people knew that I was back on track. I was interested in working again.
I was really nervous, intimidated by the whole thing-all the people and all the buzzing, and all the sitting around waiting. I felt really small in this huge place.
Now I can walk into a room full of people I don't know and do my job. That's quite a massive thing to learn, I think.
People don't hear me talk. They don't expect me to.
People think your success is just a matter of having a pretty face. But it's easy to be chewed up and spat out. You've got to stay ahead of the game to be able to stay in it.
There's always a dinner to go to. There're always loads of people around. I was having fun working with my friends. For a while it all just kind of rolled together in a great way.
What people say isn't going to stop me. I have to do things for myself.
When people see an actor speak, they think they know him or her, whereas I'm just a face or a body to them.
I don't do any Class A -especially not cocaine - after seeing what it does to people.
It was just the time. It was a swing from more buxom girls like Cindy Crawford and people were shocked to see what they called a 'waif'. What can you say? How many times can you say 'I'm not anorexic'?