It's kind of weird, because I look at myself as just a normal person. My friends get rejected all the time, so why shouldn't I? I don't think I'm anything special.
Fame is a lot of pressure, especially when you're responsible for your entire family. Financially, emotionally – everything.
As long as you're having fun and still doing stuff, it doesn't matter what other people think.
As long as you know, within yourself, that you're no better than anyone else out there, you're OK.
The last person I'd date is some rich kid who's had everything handed to her on a plate. Give me a normal girl any day.
I never really am in awe of people because we are just equal at the end of the day.
It's like Forrest Gump said, 'Life is like a box of chocolates.' Your career is like a box of chocolates – you never know what you're going to get. But everything you get is going to teach you something along the way and make you the person you are today. That's the exciting part – it's an adventure in itself.
I try to make myself look as normal as possible because I like people to relate to me.
I used to try to draw my girlfriends. I think one of the most romantic things that anybody can do is draw a portrait of the person you love.
Without Ace of Base, I kind of feel Backstreet Boys would have never found their sound.
With everybody that I've met, there's always been something I've learned about them that I like.
I freak out if I go a little too long without being in the gym. For a long time it was all about getting the weight off because I was 240 pounds at my heaviest, and now I'm around 175, so the majority of that weight loss was due to diet and exercise.
I wanted to be at my sister's funeral, but my family has always had a complicated dynamic.
There was a ton of fighting between my mother and father. The kids would be thrown into the middle, to choose sides.
Everybody that I meet inspires me. You can learn so much from any person that you meet any day on the side of the street.
I remember pogs and sticky hands. I remember both. I wanted to get into pogs. I remember it was, like, all of a sudden it was here, then gone.
One of the most important things that I did to turn my life around was to realize and to accept that from this minute, that's all we have. Everything that happened behind us we cannot change so you might as well look to the future.
I'm trying to make myself better. But I don't regret anything that I've gone through, because it makes me who I am.
I don't believe in being mean to anyone. I'm a really peaceful person. That's something I get from my family.