Words matter. These are the best Netta Barzilai Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Do good to others, be good to yourselves.
I’ve been doing a lot of internet performances… it’s really weird for me to not feel the crowd, to not feel the people in front of me.
As you can see me, genetically, my brothers and I are all kind of the same. We all have this chubby little appearance and we all have a sweet tooth, so our mother really tried her best to forbid this kind of stuff in our house.
I want to empower and love, to be empowered and empower others. Because when we send out good energy, it comes back at us and makes the world a better place.
Israel is incredible, it throws the best party ever and people should come.
I don’t sing beautifully or grandly or in a very ‘moving’ way. I am me – which is not very beautiful at times, and not very organised or regular.
I made ‘Ricki Lake’ as a big love show for the American culture: big jars of mayo and ketchup and industrial stuff and capitalism, which I celebrate, because I believe that the criticism comes with love.
Tell me where to sing to solve the world’s problems and I’ll go.
For years I would sit on the side when my friends swam in the water. There is no feeling worse than that, to be afraid of what people will say about you, or to be embarrassed by who you are and what you are.
I was a big girl considering herself beautiful, which is in conservative Israel had never been seen.
Fashion is a great love of mine. I’m used to looking really hard for clothes that I like and I am really fortunate to have an amazing team of talented artists who work day and night with me to create our visions and make them come alive.
I wanted to do pop music, and I wanted to dance. I wanted all this because that was me. This is my inner performer, that is what it wants, this is what my heart wants.
I tried to get a job in music but was too unique to stand behind someone as a backing vocal or to sing in weddings.
I didn’t plan to go to Eurovision and I didn’t plan on winning. I was a struggling musician, hoping for a couple of gigs.
My presence and my voice on stage, it sends a clear message that you can do whatever you want in your life, break barriers, stigmas – be the new standard.