Words matter. These are the best Normal Girl Quotes from famous people such as Nia Sharma, Victoria Abril, Drea De Matteo, Kathryn Lasky, Nidhhi Agerwal, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I am Nia – I have certain traits of my own, and I won’t mind telling people that I am a short tempered, immature, silly, normal girl who does mistakes very unlike the sanskari bahu on screen.
I’m a small and normal girl, and stories like mine no one likes to tell. Fortunately so, because I wouldn’t like to play myself.
People like to see certain actors do certain things, and people like to see me play that role. I also have no interest in playing a normal girl in a romantic comedy in some cutesy thing.
Mary Queen of Scots is the most ‘normal’ girl who became a queen that I have ever written about.
I was well aware that I am just a normal girl and it’s not like filmmakers are waiting to offer me films. No designers are dying to give their clothes to me. I knew I was making my debut opposite a star kid who was already famous, and it would be difficult for me to get noticed.
I’m just a normal girl. People have these preconceived notions about what movie stars are about and how we’ve grown up. My mother is pretty regular and raised us just like anyone else.
I’ve had some people tell me they’re glad I’m a normal girl. Of course I’m a normal girl!
I used to daydream in class about what it’d be like to be a singer. It’s what I wanted to be ever since I was little, but I never knew if it’d happen or not. I was just a normal girl who was doing all the things teenagers do, but on the side, I was attending music camps and going to songwriting sessions.
It was like I was Hannah Montana! I was a normal girl from Pittsburgh one minute and then a pop star the next!
Something I love about ‘Teen Wolf’ is that my character is written in as just a normal girl. She could have been any ethnicity; she doesn’t have to be Asian.
I was raised middle-class in a small town. I have all my same friends from high school. I’m close with my family. I’m dating a normal girl. So I want to feel people think I’m a man of the people. Because I feel that way.
When I turned 30, I realised the value of time and with it, the other important things in life. That’s when I did up my house, started spending time with my family and friends and did all that a normal girl would do. All these things I was balancing with my work.
The last person I’d date is some rich kid who’s had everything handed to her on a plate. Give me a normal girl any day.
When you do action stuff and sci-fi stuff, you have a lot to hide behind – the hair and the makeup and the special effects. But when you play a normal girl, it’s challenging because you have to trust yourself.
I am a normal girl.
I’m just a normal girl who really enjoys her job, and so you have to take the other things that come with being in the public eye.
It’s not like I have the most perfect body in the world. I’m a normal girl.
I’m basically just a normal girl from West London who speaks from her heart and who loves music.
I wanted to be just a normal girl flirting with a normal guy. It’s like, you meet people, and they know this stuff about you. It’s why you want to meet somebody who’s in the same business, only because they understand more. But you don’t necessarily want to be with another actor.
People get DUIs, people get in fights with their boyfriends, it happens, life happens, but it’s about being accountable for your actions. I don’t know. I’m just not that girl, I don’t go to clubs. I’m a pretty normal girl.
I’m a normal girl from a normal background, I just happen to be in the public eye. My job is to be on TV and that’s it.
But I think that I’m just a normal girl, you know.
My weight fluctuates, like any normal girl, and I have times when I feel insecure.
When I was auditioning for drama school and looking for a monologue, it was all, ‘I’m whinging about my period or my baby that has died or my boyfriend…’ Why can’t you have a normal girl, talking about ideas?
Being an actress wasn’t a plan at all, so what’s happened to me is very strange. Life isn’t very normal, even though I’m still very much a normal girl. I ride the subway, I ride the bus, and all of that.
I feel like so many people invalidate the experience of transgender girls thinking that they aren’t regular girls, but I am a normal girl.
I entered the industry at very young age, and I was like any normal girl at the age of 17 or 18. At that age, most girls are a little plump.
I am a normal girl from a humble, middle class family.
I’m cute – and God I hate that. Because that’s not cool. I’m like your niece, and nobody wants to date their niece. It’s the chubby cheeks. The whole reason people voted for me on American Idol is because I’m an everyday, normal girl.
I’m a normal girl. I don’t go out much, and I don’t know what is enjoyment.