I go running three times a week - outside in the park, come rain or shine, and I hate every moment of it. I hate everything about it. But I know it's important for health reasons and the reason why I run, in particular, is because my stage work is like cardiovascular work so I don't want to lose my breath on stage.— Paloma Faith
The most unpopular Paloma Faith quotes that are easy to memorize and remember
There's nothing wrong with a thick eyebrow; Frida Kahlo had them.
My denim jacket had 'I love GNR' and 'I love AC/DC' written all over it, but I always came back to swing.
I enjoy being a girl.
You feel a sense of elation seeing yourself on a billboard.
I really like to please people, and I think it's a symptom of being an only child.
I think soul is soul. I don't see new soul as any different to old soul.
I don't overthink when I'm styling. I kind of forgive myself and accept that I will make mistakes. Getting dressed should be a fun experience!
I like sparkles; I think I'm a magpie.
Real talent shines through regardless of how many others there are around you.
I've spent a lot of time being bohemian and sleeping on floors, but eventually I want to have kids and I want to bring them up in a secure environment.
I'm not a pop act, churning stuff out really quickly.
I find the music that arises from that style of working is distracted, not particularly profound.
We live in a society where everything's packaged.
I love going to the cinema. Whenever I get time off, that's where I go.
I feel curious about every situation I'm in.
I always carry a good lipstick with me, like MAC in Ruby Woo.
It has a matt finish, the essence of that vintage glamour look.
When I do my shows, it's really cross-generational. Sometimes there's three generations there.
I just have an inability to lie.
Anybody who says they don't want to be seen on a show which has millions of people watching it at one time when they're in the business of selling records is a bit silly.
I wasn't really comfortable reading until I was 12.
I'd never go on a reality show - it's too invasive.
I try not to brand myself 'weird' any more because it sticks.
Whatever you are, you have the right to get married.
I'm a serial monogamist.
I love interesting people with eccentric stories and outsiders of the world.
My desire to experiment comes from my attention-deficit approach to cosmetics.
I just get really bored, really easily.
I get plenty of, 'Is that song about me?' from men but I just tell them to get over themselves.
I have a lot of admiration for people who've been in relationships a long time, married for years.
I'm under no illusion that there are things about me that I'd like to change.
I just accept who I am, and I'm proud of it.
I get to know my regular fans, and they inspire me.
No one ever chats me up; I think they all think I'm taken. Either that or no one fancies me.
I'm not interested in what other people are doing. That's their business.
I'm very affected by what I watch and read.
There are lots of beautiful areas in England, and I am lucky enough to live in a stunning part of a very beautiful area.
I'd rather be on my own than be with a violent man.
Sometimes people fear the truth. They'd rather not speak to you than know what you really think.
I've got so many clothes; I can dress in any style.
I'd rather die than let somebody get the better of me.
Sometimes when you've got too much money you lose your imagination.
Anything that's on television as often as someone on 'The X Factor' is what's successful. That doesn't mean that I condone that or think that it's right. To be honest, I'd be the first to say I think it's a shame. But if that's the way it is then that's the way it is.
Working with Terry Gilliam was magic - I've been watching his films since I was little.
When you're on the pop treadmill, you don't always feel that cool because you have to do things to promote the record that aren't necessarily your environment.
I'm not a downtrodden woman. I just won't be.
I believe in life you need to always ask for everything politely and nicely, and then if they say no you do what you wanted to do anyway
The freedom that money gives you makes you.
.. well, I wouldn't say happy, but I'd say it gives you diversity.
I want my shows to be eerie and mysterious.
A lot of men do have a fear of my ultra-femininity.
Sometimes people say I look like a drag queen, that I look scary, but I think that's a fear of my confidence. Most women in contemporary culture pare down their femininity, so there's a slight androgyny about them, and I think men have got used to seeing that.
I'm proud of being British, but I think our aristocracy is overrated.
Ever since I was little, my mum used to choose an outfit for me and lay it on the bed so I'd know what I was wearing the next day. I never went to a uniformed school, so I always had an outfit - and I never really grew out of that, I don't think.
I'd love to say that I could write political songs, but I don't feel clued-up enough.