It's so different when you change your hair color, you're treated so differently. It's a very funny experience. It's fun - I love changing up my hair.
At the time, when you're being dissected and judged it's pretty brutal, but in hindsight it's great and - it sounds cliched - you do come out the other side better and stronger.
I like somebody who's not so crazy but likes to have a good time... and who is thoughtful and kind and easy to laugh with. Somebody you can just be yourself with one hundred and fifty percent.
I grew up in a small town where everyone wanted to be the same or look the same and was afraid to be different.
Whenever I hear that I'm on the brink of stardom, I feel like I want to run into a cave.
The fashion world feels more normal to me when I'm with them.
I wasn't a social butterfly at all.
I actually hate shopping.
I just think that people take me a little more seriously as a brunette. I don't know if that's just because of a societal preconceived notion that all blondes are stupid, but it's a different kind of attitude.
You promote your films; it's part of your job. You do the magazine covers and stuff, and then I try to live a really normal life. I definitely don't try to make it into any more craziness than it is.
You have to have confidence. You can't be someone who's so insecure that she's a basket case.
I felt uncomfortable in cliques.
You know what, I'm a big coward and I'm really afraid of live audiences.
I almost envy people who say whatever they want.
I keep everything that's private private.
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