"I didn’t even have a clue [in the beginning]. But with practice and training, I learned, and the more I sang, the better I became. The central lesson has nothing to do with innate talent. This isn’t about the fabulousness of me. I don’t think I am extraordinarily talented. To me, it’s a testament to hard work, and the idea that, if you get a break, you can do anything. I really mean it: If I can do it, anybody can do it. […] That’s the most exciting part: It’s true. It proves how amazing we all are as people, and how much potential we have as human beings."