"I'm not going to date someone who's sixteen. Boys are so much less mature than girls as it is; there's just no way—I would eat a boy my age alive."
ON RELATING TO OTHER TEENS:
"I live a very adult life: I have two different careers; I'm on tour. What am I going to do, hang out with the high school kids? I just can't relate to what they talk about—it seems so petty."
"I found it kind of boring. I'm an artist; I'm not going to use trigonometry."
ON THE MUSIC INDUSTRY:
"I don't want to lose the artistry—a lot of people in music right now are faces—manufactured. I don't want to be that."
ON WRITING HER OWN MUSIC:
"The most obvious thing is to look at me and say, "Oh, pretty blonde girl, let's put her in pop." But I would never want to do something in music that isn't representing me."
ON GROWING UP IN THE ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS:
"I kind of grew up in front of the camera: I started modeling when I was two. I was never pushed into it, but I never really chose it either. That's why music is so different for me—I've known since I was little that this is what I want to do."
ON GOSSIP GIRL:
"I love being on the show—I hope it goes on for a couple more years. But as for the future, I don't know. I'm at a point now where I'm not doing anything just for money or fame."
ON MAKING FRIENDS:
"I have such trust complexes. I'm close to like two people."
ON ALMOST BEING CAST AS HANNAH MONTANA:
"If I had gotten the part, it would be a very different show. It wouldn't have worked for me."
ON HER UPDATED LOOK:
"I know people were a little, um, taken aback. But it wasn't me that changed—it was just that I decided to start being myself. Now I do my own makeup, my own hair, and dress myself, and it feels better."
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