Zitat des Tages von Kim Wilde:
People want performers, personality and drama, and you got that in the .
My parents have a wonderful marriage, for many years. But I can't commit myself for such a long time.
The record company really pissed me off when they told me to lose weight. I couldn't be bothered with looking a certain way. So I left the business. I don't regret it.
I do know what my family has done for me, but they do need to give me some space to let me be myself. There would be some things I would handle differently.
Performing, I can take it or leave it. Horticulture is far more challenging. I'm absolutely fascinated by it.
My father has taught me all the tricks of the boys at an early age, which has made me very careful.
When I was 15, I was naive, looked like a grey mouse and felt second choice.
I want to conquer the world and it seems like my own family is putting a stop to that.
My tears of love are a waste of time if I turn away.
I don't take myself seriously any more. Sometimes I just garden in my knickers and platform shoes.
I was very, very fortunate. I knew that. I've always known that.
I still tune in to the radio and listen to pop music and enjoy it as much as I ever have.
Careers don't seem to be built up in the same way as they were in the 80s.
My life is so full of surprises, nothing surprises me any more.
Real talent will get through whatever the obstacles.
Sex does not exist for me at all. I haven't had a boyfriend for a long time. There were only three or four in my life up until now anyway.
Dad is my best mate and I can tell Mum absolutely anything. I really appreciate Mum and Dad. Why are we so close? Young parents, I think. The rock business keeps their minds young.
You need a bit more to be a pop star than just a good voice.
I signed up for the musical Tommy in the West End, where I met my husband.
I didn't spend much time in America, which probably was a mistake. To someone else, having a number one in America would be enough to get them touring.
I got to show off in front of my husband, who married me as I was stepping out of the business, so he had no idea that I could strut my stuff on the stage.