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“One day we were driving with my sister, and we went to the army surplus store, and the paparazzi were extremely confused, especially when I came out with a bunch of shopping bags.” “My reason [for shutting down Twitter] was because you write what you’re doing at that moment, but at that moment, what you write is never what you’re doing because you’re too busy tweeting about it. It’s instead of saying, ”Oh, you’re eating ice cream,” you’re really tweeting about eating ice cream. I remember doing that so many times with my little sister; I’d be downstairs cooking her breakfast, and I’d tweet, “I’m cooking my little sister breakfast!” When really, I should just be spending that time with her. I have a very minimal amount of time that’s private and that’s mine, and I couldn’t let some site take it away from me.”

“We look into fashion designs very much in advance. We started the plaid shirts and the cheetah pants before people started seeing it [on runways]. When you first look at it as a designer, you think Okay, this is going to be a little crazy. But you don’t know what’s going to be in in a year like Max [Azria] does. Max looks at other designers, and you know it’s very advanced. He’s got the inside scoop.”

“I don’t like dressing up that much, even for dressy kinds of parties and stuff. I like being more casual. I would much rather come underdressed than overdressed.”

“I think one day I’ll live on Tybee [Island, where The Last Song was filmed]. That’s where I see myself 10 years from now. I could see myself maybe wanting to just chill out and be somewhere like that. And that’s where I feel at home, where I feel like my heart is.”

“So I heard a rumor that he didn’t really want the role, and so when he came in to audition for the role, I’m thinking Here’s this guy, he’s amazingly good-looking, super-confident, and he doesn’t realize how blessed he is to be in this room, because I know how blessed I am. This is such a big opportunity for both of us. And I was thinking Ugh, gross, you know? Then I started talking with him, and he was just the most genuinely precious, sweet person. And the second audition comes around, and the chemistry was instant. From the time he walked in that door and we saw each other again, we [both] lit up, and we were excited to get work and learn together.”

“With a tour, you’re doing the exact same thing every day for like a year. So sometimes that can be kind of hard, because you’re like, I want to do something new and exciting. So you’ve got to make it your job as the artist — especially since we do some cities twice — to make it something new and fun every night. So we’ll do games and stuff on the stage: We have this one stupid dance move that we do that we keep tally of and see who in the show can do it the most in that night, and we keep it fun and do silly things, but still also put on a great show.”

“On tour, those 70 minutes that I’m onstage, you do whatever you want, you say whatever you want, you are who you are, and you don’t have that luxury when you’re on the show. You know, you are a character; you are what’s written on the page. And there is no script when you’re onstage for those 70 minutes.”


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