Interviewer: Tell me about the most important recent event in your life, Claire: Big Brother reality show. It's changed my life completely, so unexpectedly. I mean, you couldn't plan this. I: What keeps you motivated? C: If I'm really, really enjoying the job that I'm doing, it motivates me. Two weeks ago when we started filming, I would wake up each morning actually looking forward to going into work. I: What are you like when you work? C: I think I'm quite easy-going. People give me advice and I listen to it. I: Who are you closest to in your family? C: My mum and my dad, I think. I: Which event from your childhood has stayed meaningful for you? C: When I was 12 and at stage school, I won a prize for singing and I didn't know I could sing. All I knew was that I loved Judy Garland, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand... I loved all those singers as a kid. And that's how I earned my living for two years, as a singer. I: What are your memories of school? C: Happy. I had a nice time at school. I: What do you value most in your friendship? C: Trust. I: What makes you laugh? C: Different things, but I'm a nightmare when people fall over. I: How do you cope with stress? C: I always have a cup of tea and then get into a nice hot bath and relax. I: How health conscious are you? C: At the moment, very. I'm really trying to look after myself. I'm trying to drink loads of water through the day, go to the gym and the spa. I: Do you see yourself as a spiritual person? C: I am quite spiritual. I'm a huge believer in fate, and I am very intuitive as well. I listen to my instincts a lot. It could be the best job in the world but if it doesn't feel right or something's telling me not to go there, I won't. I: Is there anything that you particularly regret? C: No, because through everything you do you gain experience. It makes you stronger, and every experience makes you the person you are. So it's better to regret what you haven't done as opposed to what you have done.
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