Like so many people around the world, I consider myself to be of mixed nationality.
My mum was an art teacher, so we used to have fantastic dressing-up costumes when we were little.
Anything is possible in football.
My grandmother was a very charitable woman, and my mother grew up that way.
Everytime I put a dance video out on social media, my fans love it, and the reaction I get online is mind blowing.
When you become famous super young, you learn how to behave by the rules because you're the one that has to take the stress. But that also creates a barrier that I really didn't want.
History is dependent on the new generation to write a new chapter.
I was really into emo and scene culture in middle school.
I never got a chance to do Tom Waits or PJ Harvey kind of stuff in the Gaslight Anthem.
A lot of people love men that rock; I love men that love a good melody and a good harmony.
We're too complacent. We let things happen to us. And you don't have to let things happen to you. You can affect change.
Information should never be used as a weapon on a team.
I'm not like a gay icon or America's gay sweetheart. I'm just America's sweetheart, and I'm just an icon.
I really love period pieces.
Since when did scientific evidence become a reason to shy away from ecological action just because it wasn't popular?
I want people to remember me as a guy who works hard.
I believe that art is a tool and that, like all tools, it has functions. I also think it is important to know what the tool is for so that we can better know how and when to use it.
I don't have any problems with what these guys wear because they got their own style and their own originality. That's the way it's supposed to be, man.
You learn pretty quickly: if you fall in love with your edit, you're bound to be heartbroken because it will all be re-cut.