Bonnie Langford Quotes

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Bonnie Langford quotes: I'd never gone as a kid to an ice rink. There was always that fear that I'd break my leg and it would affect my career. I'd never gone as a kid to an ice rink. There was always that fear that I'd break my leg and it would affect my career.
Bonnie Langford quotes: It's difficult to be a mother and maintain a career as a performer - but then it's difficult in any industry. It's difficult to be a mother and maintain a career as a performer - but then it's difficult in any industry.
Bonnie Langford quotes: I am probably more critical of myself than anyone else, I am very tiny - 5'1 and a half inches - so there's nowhere for weight to hide. I am probably more critical of myself than anyone else, I am very tiny - 5'1 and a half inches - so there's nowhere for weight to hide.
Bonnie Langford quotes: For years I used to try to straighten my hair, but I've reached a stage where I think, 'I've got red curly hair, and it's actually really great.' For years I used to try to straighten my hair, but I've reached a stage where I think, 'I've got red curly hair, and it's actually really great.'
Bonnie Langford quotes: I go to the gym regularly, not just for the way I look but because it makes me less cranky, too. I go to the gym regularly, not just for the way I look but because it makes me less cranky, too.
Bonnie Langford quotes: The pushy showbiz kid thing was always the performance, not the person. I'm very solitary. I don't like socialising. The pushy showbiz kid thing was always the performance, not the person. I'm very solitary. I don't like socialising.
Bonnie Langford quotes: Looking in the mirror is very strange; we see only what we choose to see, good or bad. Looking in the mirror is very strange; we see only what we choose to see, good or bad.
Bonnie Langford quotes: As a dancer I've always checked my body constantly; 'Am I having a good day or am I having a fat day?' As a dancer I've always checked my body constantly; 'Am I having a good day or am I having a fat day?'
Bonnie Langford quotes: I was the shyest kid. I'd never speak, only if I had to. Honestly. I was the shyest kid. I'd never speak, only if I had to. Honestly.