“It’s a business. Once they stop making money off…… of you they stop coming around,” she tells Allure in the magazine’s latest issue.
“To a certain extent, having children did change me, but it made me want to look at the places that I wasn’t great and learn to love myself and take care of myself more.”
“It’s cool for awhile. You’re happy because it’s part of knowing you’re successful…and then, finally it becomes destructive.”
"Not exactly truthful but...Where there's smoke there is fire."
On Working Out:
“Part of my business is about being in shape and looking good. You can’t lie to yourself about it. But I’m not the monster I used to be in the exercise department.”