I hate wearin' sunglasses, to be honest with you. You don't need sunglasses in Ireland.
I miss Irish milk. Probably not as much as Superquinn sausages.
Bray is where I live; it's a seaside resort. It's a nice place to walk up there and stuff, on the coast. There's crosses along on top of it.
I look at every girl, and I think, 'You're going to change my life.' I'm very down to earth at heart.
It can be easy to buy into anything. I would lose focus if I went with that attitude of wanting to be famous.
I used to go play football matches in the morning, and I'd go straight from me football game to a dance competition.
The very end of me mom's road is the back entrance to Bray Head. Usually climb it when I get home.
Yeah, spray tans are not for me.
I get Twitter, and think it's a great way to keep it in touch, but I don't do it a lot. I hate reading when people tweet about what you're eating or who they are out with, but it's a nice way to keep in touch with people.
I know when I'm not dancing, and I go home, I usually work with my dad, who's an electrician. So I do stuff like that. I used to be a landscape gardener. I loved that job. But I'd like to be involved with entertainment. Singing or something, I guess.
Twitter seems just to be constant updates; it seems to me as promotional tool where people talk themselves up, and I don't want it to take over what I'm doing.
Where I come from, you don't really dance, you know. I think I was at the age, where, I suppose, I wanted to do what all me friends were doing. I gave up dancing for a while, and then I realised I wasn't as good at football as I thought I was.