Gay icons usually have some tragedy in their lives, but I've only had tragic haircuts and outfits.
I don't try to be a sex bomb. I am one.
Having had cancer, one important thing to know is you're still the same person at the end. You're stripped down to near zero. But most people come out the other end feeling more like themselves than ever before.
I wrote lyrics that were intensely personal to me a few years ago. Maybe people know me better now.
I can understand why people would want to stay on the road because you create your own bubble. You almost don't live in the real world. Just to have the things that are with you is fine.
With one man, there was a freedom and liberation. That was with Michael Hutchence, my partner in life.
I maintain that the best song is the one that ends up on the album. So whether I've written it or I haven't, I'm very comfortable with both.
I do dance music, and I can be pretty camp myself from time to time.
I'm just a natural flirt, but I don't see it in a sexual way. A lot of the time I'm like an overexcited puppy.
You know, songs often have a very coloured past. They might have something about them but it still doesn't work, so someone else adds a bit, and someone else adds a bit so perhaps one day I'll know its full history.
I just can't help but see things differently.
I've been accustomed to being famous and having a certain level of attention for 14 years, but in the last few months, it's changed. It's like on the arcade game, I've gone up to the next level.
I know there will be X amount of women being diagnosed. I love to say, You can get through it. You can.
Everyone knows how much Australia means to me. I try to get back here as much as I can, but normally it's for work, so I'm in and out and jetlagged and stressed.
When you work in TV, it's such a group effort, it's not about you.