Find the best quotes by Rebecca Ferguson.
When I was on the X-Factor, I found that I grew a lot as a performer. I knew I could sing but I didn’t believe…
It wasn’t until my late teens that I really got into soul music and then I was like ‘Ooh, this is good!’ You’d always here…
I’ve got a running machine which I try and use, but it’s just finding the time. Don’t get me wrong, I love cake and ice…
I’m able to provide for my family and the people that I love with things that I never used to be able to. I’m getting…
I was naive in that I thought I could just sing and perform and do what I had always wanted to do all my life.…
I took lessons since I was little; I used to pay for my own singing lessons and take myself. Just take the bus when I…
I like listening to old soul music. I like Sam Cooke. When I was growing up, the first things I was listening to was Whitney…
I think this industry can be tough on everyone. You have to surround yourself with supportive people and know when to put your foot down…
I can’t watch my first audition because it makes me too upset. I just think it is really sad. I look at myself and don’t…
I am lucky in that I love what I do, but it can still be hard to be away from the kids for long lengths…
The first time I had money, I was extravagant, but then you realise it’s not just about that. If I lost it all tomorrow, it…
Growing up, we didn’t have anything. My mum wasn’t well, so I was in three care homes then foster homes before me and my little…
You meet someone, you care for them, and you fall in love; it’s what it is.
People think that because of my nature and the tone of my voice that I’m stupid, and that’s hard.
My first album is a lot of my personal experiences. I wanted people to relate to what I’ve been through.
My family are too grounded, and I will go home to visit. I always need my dose of Liverpool to keep me grounded.
If you haven’t got love, you’ve got nothing.
My advice is, if you are going to go on ‘X Factor,’ you have to know who you are as an artist.
I’m not afraid of a rant, am I? I’ve got to that point where I’ve just become a woman; I think I’ve just grown.
I’d definitely like more kids when I’m older. And I think I’m like every woman in that I’d like to get married one day.
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