Aimee Osbourne Quotes
When you're famous, you have a certain sense of responsibility because so many people are looking at you for inspiration and for influence.
I always knew what I wanted, and I always had a very clear vision for myself and my career as an artist.
We travelled a lot, went on tour with my dad a lot. But there was never a moment when any of us didn't feel loved, or taken care of.
I have always been me.
I don't have huge intentions to be some big actress.
I'm a very what-you-see-is-what-you-get kind of person, and my family always laughs at me. They're like, 'You have minus-zero poker-face skills. We just have to look at your face and we know what's wrong with you.'
I can't be passionate about something or really give myself to something if I don't know it's a hundred percent authentic to who I am.
I'll be having lunch with my mum and she'll complain about the paparazzi outside. I tell her that she could have worn a beanie, but of course she never does. She loves it - it's how she chooses to connect with people. That's fine, I can respect that. But I'm the opposite. I always have been.
Oh, I'm a psychology nerd; I love to learn about why people behave the way they do, how experiences influence us.
My private life is very important.
My dad's a man of few words.
For me, watching people get out of control, and be indulgent and dramatic was very silly.
I don't really consider my music anything other than 'moody.' I don't know if that's a genre.
I think for me I'm always... I find myself to be a very curious person when something interests me and I find that I'm attracted to that mystery.
I've lived through a lot of dark environments one way or another while growing up and that has influenced my songwriting.
It's kind of like OK, I want to be a singer. And I felt if I would have stayed with the 'Osbournes' and done the whole Osbourne thing... I would have been typecasted right away before I had a chance to experience other things.
Loss is something that I think is ultimately the number one struggle for humans.
Growing up I really loved Mazzy Star, The Cranberries, Fiona Apple, Everything But The Girl. I listened to a lot of really random things too that I would find by myself. I would find Minnie Riperton albums that I would fall in love with, also, a lot of old country records.
The 'Raining Gold' video naturally took on one of the messages behind the song, which is you should never assume anything about someone or a situation just because it looks a certain way on the surface.
There was definitely a time where I really didn't want to be in the public eye, or have people know who I was and then they knew what my last name was, and you know, I've battled with that a little bit.
I grew up playing the piano, but you know, as a rebellious child, I convinced myself that I hated it.
Nobody at fifteen wants anybody to see how goofy their parents are.
Sometimes... I can't believe what mum says or does when she's being really dramatic.
I'm not some weirdo depressed daughter that's afraid of the world - that locks herself in her room all day.
I was a little bit of a loner, but fascinated with emotions that people feel.
I never had to battle for my identity.
I don't think I will ever cross-contaminate my private life and my family life with my public and professional worlds.
Instant fame, attention, getting flown around the world and those other fringe benefits never really rang true for me.
Once I accepted music was my path, I rebelled by wanting to do it my own way. I also didn't think it was respectful to my father's career and creativity to assume that I could jump on the back of all he had worked his entire life for.
I'm really not someone who is drawn to something that's in your face, it feels a little forced.
Raining Gold' is about feeling trapped in a broken dynamic. Feeling so worn out and turned upside down from manipulation can make you feel like you're in a daze.
Kate Bush is a huge inspiration for me.
It's natural to want to rebel against what your parents do.
My nickname is Saffy.
My entire life, I was told I was an old soul. I never really connected with other children when I was growing up.