I didn't want to go to college. I wanted to move to Los Angeles right out of high school.
Well, I knew I wanted to be an actor, and I didn't necessarily need or want to be famous or a celebrity actor.
I also love horror movies; I like me a big Peter Berg action movie. I'm a movie lover in general.
The fun is getting to wear multiple disguises and getting to explore multiple personalities and bring them to life. So a movie career definitely affords me that.
'Cause it's really hard, it's hard to be an actor.
I know so many amazing actors who don't get work... and then there are a bunch of real duds that work all the time. The industry is just not fair in that way.
Yeah, you know I don't ever see myself doing a super-gritty, hard-core drama.
Tilda Swinton is a great example of a person who completely disappears into a role.
I'm like the girl next door... I just have a bad streak.
When you're fearful, you stumble.
I try my hardest to push the point that I am a feminist.
I've always wanted to be a professional dancer, I'd always wanted to be a ballerina. I trained for 13 years but it never came to be.
My definition of courage is never letting anyone define you.
Oh well, when I was younger I was known for breaking hearts. I am the kind of person that falls passionately in love but then a couple of months down the line, I fall out of love.
I am very driven by fame and success; I like to succeed at everything I do.
The first thing that comes out of my mouth is always right.
I'll be out having a good time and stick my gum on the side of my cup - I know, it's a horrible habit - and people will steal the cup.
Kombucha is great for digestion - I drink it at the beginning of the day and sip on it all day.
Everyone's on their own journey and nothing's going to happen overnight and you're going to have ups and you're going to have downs, but I think that you need to be content with your own journey and find what works for you.
A DJ is nice and secure to have where there's a set playlist that you can kind of create yourself and then you know for sure what you're going to get.
I think every partner in every situation is completely different and I think you have to adjust your teaching technique, your choreography and how you're going to approach the season in general.
It's so hard going into a performance that you've worked all week for and put so much time and effort into and when a silly little simple mistake that's never happened before happens, it can be really discouraging.
Life is a balance, and as much effort as I put into my fitness journey, I needed to put into my own mind journey, my brain is just as important, and loving myself is just as important as loving my body.
I think the dance world is really hard, we put a lot of pressure on ourselves to look a certain way, and so that was a battle that I had to figure out for myself.
I think my personality, obviously is very loud and out there.