'Blind Date' was based on an Australian show called 'Perfect Match', which I first saw when I was on tour there. And I couldn't understand why it wasn't on British T.V.
My idea of baking is buying a ready-make cake mix and throwing in an egg.
I've had a blessed life. I've pulled back from trying to control my destiny and gone back to accepting whatever fate has in store for me. I live for today because I don't know what'll happen tomorrow.
T.V. found me. I was offered jobs. It came in handy when I started having babies. Just one night's work, and then I could go home. I loved 'Surprise Surprise', but it was hard work. 'Blind Date' was a doddle by comparison.
I love books and the latest autobiographies. I'm a Gemini and love being with people, but then again, I love my own company, which is when I read most.
I am falling apart. My hand is falling apart. I can't shake hands. I had arthritis, and I had an operation for it.
I don't like the selfie because it's too close. There ain't no people with arms long enough to do a selfie of me.
It's true what they say: 'You don't appreciate what you've got until it's gone.' I miss love. I miss being looked after.
I humbly apologise for reality Television.
I'm apolitical. Where all that Conservative business came along from, I don't know.
I never did acid, I am just so high anyway.
After Fergie and Prince Andrew honeymooned at Le Touessrok in Mauritius, Bobby, my late husband, and I were first to stay in their suite. We enjoyed the benefits - all the spoils and the special luxuries. We practically had our own private beach, and it was most romantic.
I loved everything about show business, meeting the stars, the whole ambience. I was living every young kid's dream. I was told a pop singer's life was three years, but I was still making money seven years later.
The nicest thing about coming of age is that I can do whatever I like.
I knew I could do anything I wanted to do and go anywhere I wanted to go and not have to worry if I could afford it.
The best advice he gave me was to carry on. It would have been difficult to set foot back inside a TV studio if I hadn't carried on - I don't know if I would have ever gone back in.
The first time I went to Abbey Road and put those headphones on, I discovered I had two voices. I no longer had to shout in the studio, but I can't knock the Cavern or the other clubs because they gave me my strong voice.