Quincy Jones discovered me. And it’s so interesting to me because when I was working as a television newswoman in Baltimore, and really, all I wanted to do was be an actress, but I was doing television, and I felt at the time, “I can’t quit this job because this is what everybody else wants to do. And if I quit this job, what am I going to do?” And I was going to a speech coach at the time that the station had sent me to, the broadcasting school. They sent everybody to the same woman. And I was telling her, “I really don’t want to do this. What I want to do is act.” And she says, “My dear, you don’t want to act because if you wanted to act, you would be doing it. What you want to be, my dear, is a star. Because if you wanted to act, you’d be waiting tables in New York.” And I thought, “Now why am I going to wait tables if I’m already working in TV?” So I said, “Well, what I think is going to happen is I will be discovered because I want it so badly. Somebody is going to have to discover me.” And she said, “You just dream. You are a dreamer.” So when it happened, I called her up. I said, “You will not believe this! I got discovered!” And it really was a discovery. It’s like one of those Lana Turner stories, only it wasn’t a drugstore. He was in his hotel room and saw me on TV. It was unbelievable.