Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Anne-Marie Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
Luckily, now I think that I attract people that are really nice, like my fans, who are really lovely people. They are really encouraging, and they help other people out as well, which, it’s really great.
Every time I do photo shoots, my bottom lip and, like, my top lip are quivering because I just don’t know how to look. Then the flash kind of makes me go boss-eyed sometimes.
I think, all my life, I’ve grown up and had high expectations, but that becomes so stressful.
I do feel pressure to look good. But that’s just not going to happen, because I have a double chin, and I can’t pose. It’s such a struggle.
‘Alarm’ and ‘Ciao Adios’ are about the same person, yeah.
I was always quite outspoken as a teenager and quite cheeky in school and stuff.
I feel like the albums I grew up listening to – for example, Eminem, Lauryn Hill, Christina Aguilera – they all spoke about real stuff that was happening in their life and everyone else’s life.
I’ve never, ever just been attracted to men. I’ve never just been attracted to women.
I’m so proud of my time in karate and what I achieved. It’s part of me, so I don’t want to leave it behind.
I actually have been really influenced by dance music.
I’ve written a lot of songs from watching women speak about women empowerment.
I try and be just completely me on stage. I try and put that across, and people seem to get that personality that I have, so I do try not to become two different people and two different faces.
If singing weren’t happening, then yeah, I definitely would still be working hard at karate. I already have some teaching diplomas in it so would’ve continued to do that and maybe eventually had opened my own club! Maybe one day I still can.
I keep saying to everyone that one day I’ll write a love song.
I think it’s just constantly on my mind: wanting to help people, not just with music but with my words. I feel like I want to do that for people.
I love to get inspiration from everywhere.
I always try and make people feel that they are strong enough to say something – anything, to anyone – even if it’s a stranger or they’re just writing a tweet if they’re in danger.
The BRIT awards is a really great occasion, especially for us Brits, because it shows the talent and support coming from our country.
Alanis Morissette – I think she’s one of my biggest inspirations.
I feel like if I’ve written a song about something I haven’t experienced, I wouldn’t be able to perform it properly, and people would be able to see that. People can see right through that.
I love braids and just generally playing around with different hairstyles, especially for festivals and photoshoots.
I don’t want to have to look good all the time – that’s not realistic.
I love being busy.
When I write songs, I’m just writing stories, and being in musical theatre taught me how to act them out through singing.
It’s very important for females to feel empowered. It took me a long time to find that inside me.
The thing I love about Marshmello is that he caters to individual songs as a producer. He has his vibe, but he also really puts something on the song that the song needs instead of having his thing and everything sounding like him.
I used to get so many nasty comments when I cut my hair short, and it upset me.
When you’re coming out new, it’s harder as a girl to gain fans because most of them are girls, and they can be like, ‘Do we like her?’ If I were a boy, it’d be much easier.
It feels amazing to be on the MTV Brand New list. I was shocked when I got told – a good shocked. I’m proper happy about it.
I’ve got ‘trust’ tattooed on me, and I have a tattoo on my finger that’s for my parents.
I used to take life so seriously; I got so stressed.
I’d love to work with Kendrick, Frank Ocean, The Internet, or Alanis Morisette!
I love seeing people collaborate to make great music!
I feel like I ask my fans to love themselves a lot, and and I do want people to love themselves. That comes from personal experience.
It’s always inspiring when people all come together and be strong as a group. This is why I feel so strongly to put the message to people that we need to stand together in tough times.
It’s hard to put someone in the friend zone.
Oh, God. Mate, I’ve written about 800 songs, and that’s no exaggeration!
I love musical theatre. It’s a passion of mine.
If I didn’t do music, I would do something to help people out.
I have a worry of people not liking me. I get scared walking into a room first, so I have to have people walk in before me so then people are distracted. It’s hard.
Enter Shikari are a mash-up of everything. I used to really love dubstep when they first came out. They had those amazing basslines, so I loved going to the live shows.
I was doing musical theatre ’til I was, like, 17, and then I started realising I could use my voice in a more, like, current way.
I love doing my own thing, and I won’t let anything get in my way.
Whenever I start something, I will always do everything I can to be the best at it.
My aim is to just make people feel good and happy.
It feels so good to be amongst some of the biggest legends in music – it feels quite surreal.
I’ve had to learn not to read all the bad comments, or if you do, try and not take it into your soul, body, brain, and heart.
Who needs a man? I don’t.
When I was growing up, I was surrounded by people that were listening to a lot of pop music.
I don’t think I could write about something I’ve never experienced or felt; all my songs are about things I’ve been through.
I always try and make the strongest ginger tea with manuka honey to keep my voice in shape.
I’ve always been the kid to want to do anything and everything.
I want my tattoos to be a story of my life.
When I first started writing, I wrote really sad, emotional songs which were all slow.
As for my haircare rituals, I don’t wash it every day, and I also let my hair dry naturally. My hair is bleached, so I’m mindful of not putting too much heat on it.
I’ve tried yoga a few times and absolutely love it. I need to do it more. It makes me feel really good and relaxed.
When I heard ‘Rockabye,’ I was just blown away. It had been a long time since I had heard a song that had a message like that in it – about being a single parent and caring for your child.
For me, speaking my mind is a big part of my life, and I encourage other people to do that as well.
I honestly always really try to get people to share their feelings. I always say to everyone that communication is key.
I feel like no matter what I write about, I try to end up being the stronger person in the situation. Even in heartbreak, I feel like I’m a much stronger person because of that. I don’t want to just write a sad song and still feel sad after that. I want to feel stronger and better.
I think social media has been really great for me.
When you get knocked down, you got to get backup. Otherwise, you are going to lose.
I’m nervous before all shows.
I’ve become very aware of body issues and body confidence.
I just feel not many people hear that you should feel good inside and feel happy within your soul, instead of needing to look a certain way, so I always try and talk to people about that.
I love that my music is connecting with people, but I don’t think there’ll be a point where I feel like, ‘Oh yeah, I’m famous now.’