Family, my wife and children, that’s my reason for being.
Honestly, if I was looking at myself and I cheated, then I’d just think, ‘Wow, how disappointing, I actually thought you were better than that.’ It’s about me and about the kind of man I want to be.
I always used to say to my wife, the thing that I loved most about us is that we are a team, we are impenetrable in that respect.
I believe that our society is merely a reflection of what is going on inside each and every one of us.
I do change the odd lightbulb, and I fix the Internet when it goes down, because it’s something I am really good at.
I do like athletes as they have amazing self-discipline.
I don’t think we can sit on the fence anymore. We have to make up our minds. And if one wants to choose the path of darkness, then so be it, but be conscious of what it is you’re doing.
I have always strived to do something different, to push myself.
I have failed to continue to set an example for a secure, loving family unit as an example for our children. That is the reality of it. There is no way of getting around it.
I have no problem putting my feet up and watching football but my mother-in-law is always doing stuff.
I like to think of myself as a humanitarian.
I like to think that I’m trying to choose love over most things, but that’s my choice.
I like to think that the Internet and file sharing, if utilized properly and embraced, and I emphasize properly, is a high-powered marketing design.
I love our industry. I love the song. I love the voice. I love it. Not necessarily my voice. But I care about the song and the voice.
I mean, I’m married first of all to one of, if not the most wonderful women in the world. She is everything – funny, attractive, hard-working, she has integrity, she loves me to bits.
I’m extremely lucky in that my wife is the chief scheduler.
I’m going to make this T-Shirt up saying, ‘you can either be right or be happy.’
Packing is my pet hate.
People drive everywhere in L.A., so you get very little human interaction… but N.Y. and Chicago are like London… L.A. lacks the social interaction.
People want to sensationalize things. That’s just the nature of the business.
Sport is my passion but I have a way to go.
The arrival of any child brings you a lot of happiness.
The harder you work… and visualize something, the luckier you get.
The music industry is really funny, when you have a hit record, everyone knows who are you, everyone wants to do duets with you, then if you have a miss, people suffer from amnesia.
The world is still a fantastic and wondrous place to live.
To assume that any couple goes without arguing is just nonsense.
We do live in this age of new media.
What I love most about fatherhood is the opportunity to be a part of the development process of a new life.
When I met my wife, my whole life changed on a dime, really quickly and for the better.
You don’t have to be singing specifically about things that are going on in your life, but because of the nature of music, because it is this incredibly emotional phenomenon, everything that you are feeling or experiencing is relayed in the music you put out.