If you think back to your first love, you always remember them and little things always remind you of them.
It's kind of cool—and it makes me feel like a badass. I get more girls than my boyfriend. They always tweet me about my booty.
I definitely knew that I loved acting from the very beginning. I was such a ham growing up. Wherever the camera was, I wanted to be right in front of it.
Going to regular public high school and working and auditioning was really, really tough. I never really fit in and hit the stride that all the other kids were on. Instead of going out and hanging out with my friends at that age, I remember being in my bedroom and putting on like a Christina Aguilera tape and just like belting. And seeing if I could hit every single note just like her.
I can relate to girls with self esteem issues because growing up in this industry there is the side of you that is obsessed with perfection. You want to please everyone because if you don't, you won't get the job. There is always someone prettier, smarter, or a better actor that you. You start to nit-pick everything. That perfectionism kicks in and it can take over your life if you let it. You have to get comfortable with yourself. Then, if you get the job, it is an added bonus.
We've all been hurt by words before. So before you speak, think about how your words might affect someone else.
Me and my cheeseburgers are insane.
Be kind to people, do the best that you can do and don’t compromise yourself for anyone else and you’ll end up being the best person, trust me.
You only get one you, it’s best to just love yourself.
There are always going to be things you don’t like about yourself or reasons to compare yourself to others, but once you realize that you only get one you, it’s best to just love yourself.