I was shopping at my local mall in Dallas that I've gone to for like three years now. And everyone was like "Oh my God, who's that? Who's that?" And I was like whatever, because you know, there are like 20 people traveling with me. It's like I have an entourage following me -- which is so funny.— Cheyenne Kimball
The most belligerent Cheyenne Kimball quotes that will be huge advantage for your personal development
It's a little awkward to know that the world is going to see you and your mom argue about stupid things and watch me get grounded...again.
I auditioned [for America's Most Talented Kids] just to see where I would rank.
I had been playing [gigs] around town, and I wanted to see what people thought of me because when I played a show, everyone would clap but I didn't know what they were really thinking.
[I can't start the day without] checking my cellphone... I love messages!
The funny thing is a lot of people assume that my parents are the ones pushing me to make music. The truth is that I'm the one dragging them along on this crazy ride. They'd much rather have a normal life, but it doesn't look like that's in the cards.
TV does so much these days. It is such a great platform for an artist.
I want to be around for a long time, I don't want to be a flash in the pan.
I hope I'll be 50 years old and still making music.
I want to win a Grammy. I want to be on the cover of Rolling Stone. I want to be a musical guest on 'Saturday Night Live.' And I want to play arenas and have tons of people watching me.
Wear the outfit; don't let the outfit wear you.
Even though I am going to miss out on my prom or I am going to miss out on walking across stage to accept my diploma, that's OK to me because I know I will have other perks in life.
I see a lot of true artists... then you see them on the cover of Maxim. That's the lowest of low to me. I would never do anything like that.
I'm a bargain shopper.
I remember writing 'All I Want Is You' and hoping it would get me out of trouble. I haven't stopped writing songs or getting into trouble since.
I don't want to be a flash in the pan.
I want to be around for a very long time. I want to be like a Sheryl Crow or a Melissa Etheridge or even a Madonna with how her career has lasted so long and she is still respected in the music business. That's really what I am aiming for. I'm not really looking for 15 minutes of fame.
I want to go to Berkeley and major in music.
I love to dress myself. I have a unique style, but I don't try to do that - I just put on whatever I feel good in that day.
College is for finding yourself. I've established who I want to be.
I'm more of a comedian. I wouldn't mind being on SNL (Saturday Night Live). I think that would be cool.
I look up to Mandy Moore, because she's really classy.
But when it comes to music, I'm my own person.
Can't sleep unless the TV is on.
I never even went to high school because I went straight from middle school into the music business. I don't really know what it is supposed to be like.
My style philosophy is: Be comfortable.
[People say]'You're always happy' and I'm, like, sometimes I have a huge zit on my face. But if you smile, people won't notice that. I do have bad-hair days but if you feel confident in yourself it would make people want to be around you.
I'm not about being sexy. I'm about the music.
I don't know what's going to happen. I take it day by day, playing my music.
It's good for my fans to be able to connect with me as a person because I am a very normal 15-, 16-year-old girl. I still get in trouble. I still have boy problems and friend problems so it's just very good for my fans to see that.
When I was 13 they were saying your album won't come out until your sweet 16.
I felt really frustrated because that felt like forever from then and I felt like I was ready then. Looking back I wasn't ready.