I’m dreading the moment when my sons ask me: how babies are madeI love her!
If I had to wear one style of shoes for the rest of my life, I’d choose: flip-flops
Stage fright is something that: still bothers me
The one stage prop I wish I still had is: the flying pink SUV from my Do Somethin’ video
If a guy wants to make me laugh, all he has to do is: fall down
If my sons told me they wanted to be in the entertainment business, I’d: lock them in their rooms until they turned 30
The thought of turning 30 in a year and a half makes me: reflect on my life so far
I perform my best when: I’m amped
The TV show I’d most love to make a cameo on is: Gossip Girl.
Even though I’ve already accomplished so much, I’m driven to achieve more because: I genuinely love what i do and the company I keep is so much fun
My preferred fashion style when I’m performing is: exciting, different and always stands out
But when I’m offstage, it’s: flattering yet comfortable
I feel most powerful when: I’m working out
I attribute my career’s longevity most to: hard work
Having people constantly taking my picture is: something I always knew would come with the job I chose
I’ve found that a great way to deal with nerves before a performance is to: move around
When I’m feeling down, I find that I’m always cheered up by: coffee & ice cream
The person whose opinion matters most to me is: my family
The song I sing to lull my boys to sleep is: always different
At this point in my life, what’s most important to me in a guy is: personality
The most difficult adjustment to motherhood I had to make was: teaching my boys potty training
If an up-and-coming young performer asked me for advice, I’d tell her: life is short, have fun
The most heroic (crossed out heroic and wrote horrific) thing I’ve ever done is: broken my knee
The one thing about men and relationships I wish I’d known 10 years ago is: to say what you want. speak your mind!
I know it’s a little weird, but I think: it’s hard to cook
The best advice I ever got was: be yourself!