I love singing - singing is what I'm famous for doing. Now it's turned into things I am famous for doing - like having rows with my mum or about my boyfriend, so it does get irritating.
I would quite like to do a different accent or play something so different from myself because Olivia, the character I play in this film, is similar to me.
They used to but not any more. You kind of get used to it - you accept it is part of your job - if you're famous and you want this life, you have got to accept this part of it as well.
When I try to get work in the US all they say is that I need to lose weight - but I bet they never said that to Mae West.
I'm just experimenting with every different type of music you can imagine and seeing where my voice lies and what sounds best. I think when I do finally do the album it will be very eclectic - just loads of different stuff on it. That's what I am hoping.
There are some truths to some of the stories, but a lot of it isn't - you just have got to let it go.
They never were planning to be here. All my family are going to London because they wanted to go to the big one. There was never any showdown - there wouldn't be.
The cast and the crew made me feel really welcome. Towards the end it just got better and better.
I know bugger all about golf.
Since I was 12 or 13, I have been taking movie meetings finding a project right for me because I wanted to try it. Craig gave us the script - it was set in Wales, it is really British humour. I just loved it.
It was quite strange, because it's quite different from singing, although it's quite natural because you're used to performing or acting on stage.
I'm curvy and wholesome.
I can't stand Bob Dylan.
It was quite natural - the first day I got to the set I was really nervous, but I loved the whole experience.
I did that dance single as a one-off. It was a fun song - I really wanted to do it. But I have no idea what direction I am going in.