I'm not embarrassed about who I am. I'm not apologetic.
I don't have any hobbies. You know, I'm very embarrassed when people ask me what are my hobbies; I don't have any hobbies. I mean, it's just enough to keep up with the things I'm trying to solve.
A lot of people tell me now I'm their inspiration. They say, 'I don't play baseball,' and then they mention whatever - engineer, doctor, college student, high school student - but they're hurt because, for some reason, people feel shame about themselves or embarrassed because they are short or skinny or fat or whatever.
Sometimes, I'm very embarrassed.
I am continually embarrassed by people who point me out as an example of what can be done without training.
If someone put a camera in my face now, when I am in student mode, I would get embarrassed, but when I am modelling, I play characters.
The last thing I want my child to see is Dad running around in the middle of the pack. That would really upset me. And that would upset him. I would be embarrassed to take him to school with kids saying, 'Hey, how'd your dad do this weekend?' 'Well, he finished fifth or sixth'.
I love to meet the fans. I just get embarrassed with those who weep. I don't know what to do or what to say. It's a very embarrassing situation.
I would wear entirely one color: tutus, furry pants. It was totally outrageous. My family was deeply embarrassed to be seen with me.
I have never farted in front of a guy I fancied before - I was so embarrassed!.
My skin still crawls if you call me a movie star. I get embarrassed. I think, don't be ridiculous. Maybe it's because I'm British. To me, Julia Roberts that's a movie star. But when people do call me one, that, I think, is an enormous compliment but, my God, is that a responsibility!
Writing a song is a personal thing, and you have to have a lot of trust to try things and not be embarrassed.
Julia Natasha Stone
Angus & Julia Stone