Words matter. These are the best Jennifer Holliday Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I’m quite sure we all have a sweet love song that we dance to or recall from our wedding or something, like ‘At Last,’ but I think that it is the love-gone-wrong songs that touch even men.
A lot of times we base everything just on our immediate circumstance. We don’t see a big picture for our lives. We don’t love ourselves. We don’t have a way of kind of gauging the future.
I always tell people, ‘It’ll get greater later’ meaning that sometimes we have to pass through whatever it is. We know that we can get through it because others have.
Success is overwhelming.
The music industry is a very rough industry. Many years ago, I think it was even rougher in the sense that a lot of it was predicated on image.
A lot of my die-hard fans think I have a lot of hits, but I don’t.
When I was suffering with depression, people weren’t talking about depression. It had a stigma.
I continually still fight every day for my life, not only still battling mental health problems but battling multiple sclerosis, which also has depression as one of its side effects.
For singers, our singing voice is our natural voice, not the speaking.
I was privileged to know the late, great Miss Etta James, and I did get a chance to spend some time with her and hang out with her.
The LGBT Community was mostly responsible for birthing my career, and I am deeply indebted to you… You have loved me faithfully and unconditionally, and for so many years you provided me with work even though my star had long since faded.
I’m a Broadway baby! So, therefore, I started in the theater.
Aretha Franklin, first and foremost… That’s my top girl there.
Some people run away from things.
I do think the love-gone-wrong songs go over better, only because those melodies and those lyrics have a different feel that you can grasp on if you’re a torch singer like myself.
A lot of times we base everything just on our immediate circumstance. We don’t see a big picture for our lives. We don’t love ourselves. We don’t have a way of kind of gauging the future, so we count it lost.
I have health challenges, I have life challenges, just like everyone else.
For a long time, they thought I had lupus, then they thought I had something else. Finally, when I couldn’t walk, they did a spinal tap and conclusively diagnosed me with M.S.
If your mind is not willing, everything will go. There’s so much great power of our mind that we take for granted, and how we think and what positiveness can do.
I am, you know, really fighting for myself and my life. And I think the message that I could give to anybody is that it’s never too late to start your life again and dream new dreams.