Have a little faith. Don't give up.— Fantasia Barrino
The most grateful Fantasia Barrino quotes to get the best of your day
I always say you've only got one life to live, and you're not promised a tomorrow. So, you might as well just have a good time with it.
I like to play dress up, I'm in love with fashion.
I'm very soulful. I grew up singing in church. When I sing a song, I like to feel what I'm singing.
When I'm out on the stage, it gives me this rush and anything that's on my mind and everything I'm going through is forgotten about.
I've been wanting to sing for a long time.
I've been singing all my life, and I've tried different record companies, but it seemed like - it was such a struggle and so hard to get out there. So, I said, 'I'm gonna go on American Idol and see how far it takes me.'
I been through some things but I worked hard to get to where I'm at.
I want to do all types of music, music for all people.
I want my music to be encouraging, to help people.
I want people to just to see, all you got to do is have a little faith.
When I realized I was having trouble reading, I was too embarrassed to ask for help. Some teachers believed in me, but I just wasn't focused on school - I was into the music and trying to please my dad.
My lips are big, but my talent is bigger.
Sometimes you have to lose to win again.
It's always good when you can bring two artists together who are totally different.
I want to still be singing at 70 years old.
I want to be open to the dreams I haven't even dreamed up.
I guarantee that if you talk to some of the young ladies that are out on the street selling their bodies -if you sit them down and really talk to them - they'll tell you that they've been abused, physically and mentally. They go through this stage where they don't care, because you don't feel like you're worth anything.
I wanted people to see me, to change their minds about me.
I knew exactly what I was doing. You can't accidentally take a whole bottle of pills.
Cause when I had my child, people tried to make me feel like life was over for me, and I started to believe that.
I caught a lot of flak for being a young mama.
I seemed so different from other kids;
I grew up in church and felt a connection with God, and a lot of kids my age really didn't understand that.