You know, I've always thought that it would be really funny if somebody made a romantic comedy where absolutely everything went well from beginning to end.
But I honestly don't read critics. My dad reads absolutely everything ever written about me. He calls me up to read ecstatic reviews, but I always insist that I can't hear them. If you give value to the good reviews, you have to give value to the criticism.
I got all my work done to graduate in two months and then they were like, I'm sorry, you have to take driver's ed. I just kind of went, Oh, forget it.
I had really bad obsessive-compulsive disorder. At its worst, I was compelled to leave my house at three o'clock in the morning and go out in the alley because I just knew that the paper-towel roll I threw in the recycling bin was uncomfortable, like it was lying the wrong way, and I would be down in the garbage.
There aren't many poster children for cool angst. Everybody thinks it's cool if you're the bad girl.
I dare anybody to look at me and say I'm anorexic. I'm so totally not.
Sometimes interviews are fun and good conversations, but stuff like photo shoots and appearances at places where you have to meet a lot of people - I was never really made for this kind of stuff.
I would really like to go back to school. I would love it now.
I used to get a shiver if I thought about holding balloons, because I was scared of floating away.
And if I'm being honest, I don't think I have an ex-boyfriend who would have something mean to say about me.
How can you go wrong with two people in love? If a good boy loves a good girl, good. If a good boy loves another good boy, good. And if a good girl loves the goodness in good boys and good girls, then all you have is more goodness, and goodness has nothing to do with sexual orientation.
I've gone through stages where I hate my body so much that I won't even wear shorts and a bra in my house because if I pass a mirror, that's the end of my day.
There were songs I would write about breaking up with somebody before I broke up with them, months and months before I broke up with them.
The age thing really bugs me. Do people have more of a right to not like what I say because I'm 19?
I'm not a control freak.
In a sense it's a lot crazier when you're on the road and it's a lot less stable, but it's actually really healthy for me because it keeps me from isolating, which I tend to do a lot.
Five years from now I'm probably going to look back on the things I'm doing and cringe.
If you want to see me cry, just come to a photo shoot.
I don't go on lunch dates with friends. I hear about people having dinner parties, but I never do that. I'm not really human.
Now I feel like whatever I do, no one can hurt me. I cannot be violated, I cannot be humiliated, I cannot be disregarded, I cannot be disrespected.