Anybody singing the blues is in a deep pit yelling for help.
I was very empty after my father passed away. It was an emotional time, as it would be for anyone, but to be in the studio every day was kind of cathartic and healing and it just seemed very natural to continue.
When I get on TV, I'm going to be talking about a silly basketball game, and I'm going to be having a lot of fun doing it. But I'm very aware of all the social stuff going on.
Every time you come across someone who looks like an outsider, the best way to go about it is to open your mind a little bit. You have to try to understand somebody who isn't like you.
I feel like when there's more on the line and there's more risks, that means there's more reward.
I can see my competitors sweating, and I am cool as a cucumber.