How MTV Changed My Life, And What It Means For Me Now

It was a big, big night for me in 2005.

That’s when I went to my first MTV Music Video Awards.

That night, I was crowned the next king of the dance music world.

It was such a big moment for me and a huge milestone in my career.

So, as the first girl to win the award, I couldn’t help but smile when I was introduced.

I didn’t know what to expect, but I knew what I was getting into.

I didn’t even know it was going to be my career as a dance music star.

I was just a regular girl in high school, so it wasn’t something that really surprised me at all.

I wasn’t that young at the time and I wasn´t the biggest girl on the block, so I was pretty shocked when I got to the front of the line and the first thing I saw was me, my best friend, and our names were on the same stage.

I remember the first time I heard my name on the stage, I thought, I´m a newbie.

I thought it was just another DJ.

That was the first moment when I felt like I had to be on that stage and show the world what I can do.

I started out doing music videos, but my career was kind of stagnating.

I had a couple of videos that were doing well, but they weren´t really doing well enough for me to really be able to break out.

I needed something bigger and I needed to get in front of more people.

I just didn´t have the confidence to do it.

I wanted to be in the limelight, but also wanted to show my friends and my family that I was good enough to be a DJ.

I wanted to have a career that I could be proud of.

I decided to focus on my career, not my looks.

I think I just took on the persona of a little girl and became that little girl.

When I was doing the music video for “Bad Girls,” I put my best effort into it.

It wasn´s about being a little kid and playing in the street.

I don´t know what I would have done if I was the most beautiful person in the world.

I mean, I would probably look the same if I had hair and makeup, but at that point, I didn´T have those things.

It just seemed like a waste of time.

I started to think, I don’t need to put myself out there, and I wanted people to see me and to know that I wasn`t just a girl who had the right looks.

I remember when I finally got the call to be the first MTV VMA winner.

I got that call right around the time I was actually starting to get my act together, so the timing was perfect.

I felt very lucky.

I knew it was a very big night and I felt the most important thing was to win.

That´s when I had my big moment.

When I won, I knew I was going in the right direction.

I would tell my friends at the beginning of the day that I had made it, and they were all like, “I saw you winning MTV VMAs and I knew you were going to win,” and I was like, I have to be honest, you can believe me.

It felt good, because I knew that I won.

But there were a lot of other girls who won, too.

I won a few in front for my hometown.

I know my mom was proud of me, and her daughter was proud to see that I beat her daughter, but even though I did it, it wasn´ts the biggest moment of my life.

It´s the biggest thing I´ve ever been able to do.

I never thought I was a superstar.

When you´re a kid, you think, What am I doing?

You just want to be successful, but when you are in your mid-20s, it takes a lot more effort to be really successful.

I was just really excited to have the MTV VMs win and to have MTV to be able showcase me.

I loved MTV, and that was something that I didn`t think would happen.

It didn´ t really make sense to me.

That said, when I heard that I´d become the first dance music queen, I just had to go and do it because it felt good.

My parents wanted me to be happy.

I am just thankful that I got my big break.