"I didn't realize what an impact having a No. 1 single would have. It connects me with people of different ages, and I get to travel all over the world."
"It's just really making sure I am doing the best job I can do as a dad. I do think that is my No. 1 job."
"I was in Washington, D.C., on the morning show, by the time I was 18, programming a station by 19, No. 1 in the mornings. I think I was making, I don't know, a quarter of a million dollars by the time I was 25."
"At that time, I feel sad, and I feel no one knows how hard I work and how many tears. They only know the score. At that time, I feel very lonely because no one understands since they haven't been world No. 1 before."
"I've been working at performing for five years now. I've been working in Australia and Spain and England. When I was only 15 or 16, 1 was performing in bars I could have had legal problems, but it's also the only way to get to know what music is all about."
"I hope to attend it as Japan needs to tell the world the lessons, knowledge and reflections learned from the nuclear crisis at the Fukushima No. 1 power plant."
"I just want to go in with the right attitude and from Day 1 make a difference."
"But Dad and I are the only father-and-daughter acts who have both had No. 1 songs in England."
"Simply racing a Formula 1 car is an achievement."
"Math and science fields are not the only areas where we see the United States lagging behind. Less than 1 percent of American high school students study the critical foreign languages of Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Korean or Russian, combined."