Me, Myself and I
The book that changed my life
Jane Asher's 'Eats for Treats' because her chicken and filo pie is my favourite dinner.
The quote that keeps me sane
"It'll be all right on the night." This stops me from getting stage fright before I have to do a big show.
The best advice I've ever received
"Don't be sorry, just be different."
The film I've watched again and again
'Winnie the Pooh'. I like it when Tigger bounces around.
The song I want played at my funeral
Puppets don't die. I don't need to worry about that one.
The scent that evokes pleasant memories
Cake baking in the oven. Chocolate cake is my favourite – yummy yummy, oh I want a piece now.
The piece of furniture that will become an heirloom
Anything in my bosca. My bed probably, because it is the best bed in the whole world.
The picture that is worth a thousand words
Me in the playground at LauraLynn. I met a fantastic boy called Sean Ross. He's from Clondalkin and we had a great time. Hi Sean!
The item that takes pride of place in my wardrobe
My stripy socks and stripy top. They are unique to me – no one else wears anything like it.
The sentimental piece of jewellery
I'm not into bling.
The gadget that I can't live without
My iPhone. My favourite app is Angry Birds. I love playing it, especially if I feel stressed out.
The item I'd save in a fire
My books. Especially the ones about me!
The characteristic I like most in myself
I'm good at sharing.
The characteristic I like least in myself
My first kiss
My teddy. I love my teddy so much because my friend Richard gave it to me as a present.
The last time I cried
When I burst my football.
It was the best of times
Playing with all my pals on the Bosco TV show, and any time I get to meet the boys and girls all around the country at one of my shows.
It was the worst of times
Being in the cage with a black panther at the zoo – that was really scary.
The person I call when things go pear-shaped
Any one of my best friends – they are all really good listeners.
My death row dinner
Like I could end up on death row.
People who ask if I'm a boy or a girl. So annoying.
My four-legged friend
Molly, my dog – she's a black Lab. She's really friendly and loves going for a walk by the seaside and dragging me in for a swim.
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