Ashley Roberts Quotes.
My limits are what are comfortable to me. We are all individuals and have different views and perspectives, and I do what I feel is most comfortable and OK for me.
I like to mix influences from different eras, like maybe ’70s bell-bottoms, something fun from the ’80s, or a bit of ’90s grunge.
‘Woman Up’ is a fun female empowerment song.
I like Urban Decay lip products, but I don’t wear much make-up on a day-to-day basis. I just apply a little mascara on my lashes and some bronzer.
I have two best friends – the dancer and choreographer Bobby Newberry and my former bandmate Kimberley Wyatt.
After the Pussycat Dolls, I was burnt out. So when I left them in 2010, I did take a second to say, ‘Right, I’ve done this for seven years. Who the hell am I as an individual? Do I still want to do this?’
If I’m running errands, I’ll put on a little concealer for the circles under my eyes, mascara, and lip gloss.
I love to do spin classes, go for a hike, box, or do hot yoga.
I always like to wear items that are sexy but comfortable, especially if there is dancing involved.
I didn’t really have a religious upbringing in my life, which was tough at times because I was searching for some kind of meaning, but it also gave me an avenue to find my own sense of connection.
Actually going to the supermarket to get my own groceries was a revelation. I’d never had to fill the fridge before, do my laundry, put petrol in my car. It was scary – but there was a kind of joy about it, too.
I have tried a Sunday roast with some British friends and really enjoyed it. But I try to eat really clean – that means a lot of vegetables.
I love Charlie Brooks. Charlie is my girl!
I have always been so inspired by Goldie Hawn.
I like to meditate. It’s a great way to start the day!
I grew up dancing and singing, and I pool together my life experience and relationships and put it into work.
I do spin class at 7 A.M.
I like the way I feel when I’m healthy; it makes me feel lively.
I am a complete sucker for funny films. There is something so therapeutic about laughing until you cry.
During my time in the Dolls, I was told that I shouldn’t sing, that I wasn’t allowed, and I suppose that had an impact on me.
My weekend might not start on a Friday like everyone else’s, because I could be working on Saturday and Sunday. But when I do get the chance to have some weekend time, I like to hang out with my friends and just chill out on the couch – maybe we’ll watch a documentary or a comedy.
I love yoga and the way it makes me feel.
Be confident and not cocky.
I could eat Mexican food every day.
I try to work out at least four times a week, but it depends on what’s going on. If I can get in, like, five or six, I will, because I like it.
In 2012, I promised myself I’d do something each month I’d never done before. So I skydived. I did trapeze lessons. I rode a motorcycle… All stuff that I’d never done.
I’m not a big crier normally, but when I see people having life-changing experiences on reality shows, that’s a different story.
I spent my whole childhood in leotards, tutus, sports bras; I was showing my midriff from the age of three.
Home for me is London now, and my weekend will start on a Saturday morning when I’ll try to have a lie-in until 8 A.M. Anything longer than that feels like I’m wasting my day.
On Sunday morning, I like to go for a walk around London. If the weather is nice, I’ll go to a park or on a lovely bike ride around the city.
I love to explore and see new places.
London’s inspired my wardrobe 100 per cent. Layering and having cool coats. The Brits just do it right.
I like a guy that can make me laugh and be open-minded, who is active and loves travelling.
I love a spa day, so put me in a hot tub and give me a massage, and I am a very happy girl.
Rita Ora can go real out there with her fashion, but then there’s some stuff that she does that I just love; I think it’s so cool and funky.
Life is short, and nobody knows what’s around the corner, but I’m up for lots of new challenges.
I’m originally from Phoenix, Arizona, but I’ve fallen in love with London.
Kate Hudson is gorgeous and has fabulous fashion sense.
I’ve been dancing and wearing costumes my whole life, so there’s that sexiness to who I am that I enjoy.
Bermuda – the waters are calm and shallow and are excellent for snorkelling. I loved St, George’s on the tip of the island. I got to swing from the vines like a Jungle Jane and visit Crystal Caves, which were the inspiration for TV show ‘Fraggle Rock.’
When it comes to make-up, I’m pretty low-maintenance.
I just love that I get to play dress-up for a living.
I’m a busy girl, and I’ve been switching gears from telly and putting my heart and soul into music.
I really love to exercise, which is good because I’m not one of those girls who can eat whatever they like and stay the same size.
I use Dr. Organic Snail Gel, which is great for keeping blemishes at bay and also helping reduce fine lines.
My dad was a drummer for The Mamas & The Papas, and his mother was in the jazz world, so music has always been very much in my blood.
I remember, when I first left Phoenix for L.A. I was 19, and I arrived with just $1000 to my name.
I think you should splurge on good products for your face.
The atmosphere in St. Lucia is incredibly friendly, and I always felt very safe and looked after.
I stick to a clean diet with lots of organic food and raw juices. Every now and then, I have a slice of cake or pizza, though; you have to have cheat days to keep you going.
‘I’m a Celebrity’ was so much harder than I originally thought. Until you are in the jungle, you don’t really know what you’re in for.
I do like to play around with colour, although day-to-day, I probably wear a lot of black.
I think it’s empowering for women to be in a relationship or single and have their own independence.
For me, music is a magical life force that has the ability to make me cry, pick me up, and take me back in time.
If I’m by the water, I’m happy.