hubrid of the industry make the person who has the average insecurities
seem as thought he's playing the shtick of self-loathing when
in fact it's just the normal shit that we all go through. Obviously,
I have some sense of confidence to fight through all the rejection
you have to fight through in this business.
a part of me is probably still trapped in whatever emotional state
I was in at 14-years-old, when my nose and head were the same
size they are now, but my body was half its weight. I think there's
a part of you that's always stuck in that. And when you look in
the mirror, and you evaluate what you're doing, it's always fractionally
coming from that perspective.
in no way go home and say, 'You're a whore!' I don't flog myself
with a belt and yell, 'I'm a whore!' Although I do sometimes paint
myself up and shout in the mirrow, 'You're a whore!' But that's
purely a game. It's all about the rouge."