I love when I go back to London. I love how the girls dress there.

The things that I care about have never changed.

I move countries every three or four years. I was born in London, and we lived in Canada. Then we lived in Saudi Arabia until the Gulf War broke out, when we were forced to leave. Then we hop-scotched for a while from Holland back to Canada back to Saudi Arabia. Then there was D-day, so we had to get out again.

My mum won't speak to me unless I speak properly on the phone. I have to speak 'American' for work, so often the accent comes through when I'm not at work.

I love to do Pilates, Bar Method, and spin. I'm addicted.

America's Next Shuffle Cat contest proved to be not only entertaining, but a rare chance for me to have an opportunity to host and judge some of the nation's cutest cats as they strutted the catwalk.

The Weeknd is the dopeness.

We all have our strengths and our failings.

I had never thought of hosting, but a really good friend of mine said, 'This is the most empowered platform to speak to young people about the issues that you care about, which is why you're in this in the first place.' So I was like, 'Yeah, no, it makes perfect sense.' And so that's what I started doing.

I think if you want to be seen as an intelligent woman, you can't be someone who feels empowered and sexy. I just don't understand who makes these rules, and frankly, I'm not interested in them.

The first concert that my parents took me to was in this canyon in Saudi Arabia called Buttermilk Canyon. You sleep under the stars in the desert, and ex-pats - German, Swiss, Canadian, American - would play classical music that filled the whole canyon.

Think about it: if the world could see how much adoption means from a cat's point of view, shelters would be empty.

My life is so crazy! I learned early on to really embrace change and enjoy the ride.

I worked at the United Nations.

When people tell really good stories in songs, I really like it.

If you look at my career path, I was a human rights and refugees officer for the United Nations. I helped research a book for Lloyd Axworthy. I've worked in coffee shops. I've sold clothes. I've hosted TV shows, and now I'm acting.

I'm not afraid of change, let's put it that way.

I know that Liz Meriwether likes to keep things as honest and complicated as life can be, which is really fun for all of us.

Clinique's Chubby Stick Moisturizing Lip Colour Balm in Chunky Cherry is perfect for people with my skin tone.

I've been on stage since I was nine years old, and I kind of stumbled into the world of hosting. That, to me, was the thing I had to build a skill set for.

I guess there are all these women with a big secret - they're hiding men they are ashamed of. They come up to me and say: 'I've been dating this guy for six months in secret but none of my friends know. I can't give him up even though he's embarrassing.'

The greatest thing about 'New Girl' is that you never can predict what is next!

I would not give up my eyelash curler.

If you're not a workout person, go there 75 percent fast asleep. Anybody who has ever been in one of my workout classes knows I'm there practically in my pajamas!

My lashes are so long that if I don't curl them, I'm blind.

You can't force chemistry. It's either there or it's not. You can't create it.

I just can't break. If I break, I'm done. So I don't break.

Millions of cats are in shelters across the country waiting for a loving parent or family to bring them home.

When you're going through a breakup, you should just let yourself feel everything so you can get over it as opposed to pretending everything's okay and dragging it out.

My mom, well, she's half Greek, half German-Italian; born in England. She's just a nomad. She loves Middle Eastern style, Indian style, so much so that she ended up having Indian babies.

I'm a huge cook! I'm actually trying to write my first cookbook. I make an Indian-spice Bolognese and serve it over pasta. It's a combination of flavors that people aren't used to.

I'm just a really big fan of street style. When I went to New York for Fashion Week, it was great to watch everyone on the runway and see all the beautiful clothes and to get ideas, but again, I think it's just about being open and looking around.

Most high-level models that I've ever met are actually well-travelled; they're cultured, and no guy laying a cheesy line on them is actually going to impact their world.

An eyelash curler changes your entire face. It opens your eyes up.

All of my relationships have happened organically with people who are super cool and in my life and it just moved into a relationship zone.

My mom used to call me a parrot, because the way I spoke would change in every country we'd go to.

The Canadians kind of look out for each other a little bit.

I think being called a cat lady is a compliment. It means you have adopted a tiny little maniac into your life.

Often women are pitted against each other for an easy joke, so they fight or steal each other's boyfriends. That's not really true to life.

Take risks! I'm embracing bold prints.

I went to high schools in four different countries. The gift is that you can constantly reinvent yourself. I still feel that freedom. One day, I'll wear a dress I got in India; the next, Converse sneakers and jeans.

I know quite a few friends who are models, and they're usually really smart, sharp, world-savvy people.

'Curvy' is just a polite way of saying 'fat.'

Fusion fashion - that's what I'm inspired by, taking all these different cultures and then trying to put it together that a girl here would love to wear.

The song that makes me the happiest when someone sings it is Cher's 'If I Could Turn Back Time.'

Physical intimacy is easy. Emotional intimacy is hard.

I feel like we can't pick who we fall in love with because if we could, we would all make better choices. Your heart just falls where it falls.

It just seemed like an unattainable dream to go down to Los Angeles and to land a professional working, acting gig on a show that you really love with a character you really connect with. That doesn't seem possible; that seems insane.

A friend of mine and I would go to this dirty little bar in Toronto that has karaoke every Tuesday night, and one night, we noticed that the only other person in there was Derek Jeter.