I cried on my 18th birthday. I thought 17 was such a nice age. You're young enough to get away with things, but you're old enough, too.
I love observing people.
Sure, my childhood was unusual. All these eccentric, wild people frequented our home: rock stars, drag queens, models, bikers, freaks. But I was not this little rich girl. My mom and I lived in an apartment.
I've sung my whole life. I've taken lots of voice lessons and I love to sing. But I've never really sung professionally at all.
Life excites me-just little, normal, everyday things. Getting out of bed. Getting dressed. Making food. I find it all exciting.
Working with Bernardo Bertolucci was one of the greatest highlights of my whole life. It was such an incredible opportunity for me.
When I was pregnant. I exercised and was healthy, but it was also the first time since I was 14 that I wasn't on a diet.
The age I'm at now, you go from being a young girl to suddenly you blossom into a woman. You ripen, you know? And then you start to rot.
I love my dad, although I'm definitely critical of him sometimes, like when his pants are too tight. But I love him so much and I try to be really supportive of him.
I love to go shopping at Target. They have so much stuff there, you can buy almost anything, it's really amazing.
Solitude has its own very strange beauty to it.
There is no definition of beauty, but when you can see someone's spirit coming through, something unexplainable, that's beautiful to me.
I've been spending this last month trying to find four outfits to wear to the different premieres of The Two Towers. It's hard work.