Intervju med Glamour!

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GLAMOUR: Congrats on your single “Who Says” going platinum. Did you record it with someone in mind?

It’s an anthem that everybody can relate to, but it’s really for my fans who are going through cyberbullying and people trying to bring them down and tell them they’re not good enough. It’s even an anthem for myself; it makes me feel really good.

GLAMOUR: The lyrics are “Who says you’re not star potential?” Did anyone ever say that to you?

Of course—I had someone tell me that today! And when I was 11 years old, I had a grown woman who was a casting director tell me that I was not strong enough to carry the lead in any project. Now I’m doing things that I love, and I’m working really hard. I never want to play the victim or anything, but of course everybody deals with it.

GLAMOUR: Your Wizards fans are so devoted. With your career moving beyond Disney, do you think they’ll follow?

That’s my goal! Disney and my fans have gotten me to where I’m at, so I would never want to do anything that would offend them. I’m going to get older and turn into a woman, but right now I hope I can make projects that everybody is able to go out and see.

GLAMOUR: Is it hard being young and in Hollywood?

Yeah, you have this pressure [to fit in] and you want people to like you. I try my best to be a good person and be the best I can be.

GLAMOUR: What was it like working with Leighton and Katie in Monte Carlo?

I was nervous and intimidated because they are older and had worked on movies before, but they were the best girls I could have been paired up with! They were so sweet and took me under their wing.

GLAMOUR: You’re a visible presence on Twitter and Facebook. How has that been for you?

I love that I can stay connected with my fans and be able to tell them what’s going on—their opinions are so important to me. But at the same time, it’s very weird. I think the Internet can be a great thing but also really evil. Something can instantly hurt your feelings.

GLAMOUR: You tweeted from the American Top 40, “I just told everyone who I had a musical crush on.”

Jason Mraz! I love him. I think he’s so talented.

GLAMOUR: As for the paparazzi, they can be relentless. Are they something you wish didn’t go along with being famous?

Sure, but I think it would be selfish of me to say that, because I asked for this life. I understand that’s part of the job. I just put my head down and continue to walk forward.

GLAMOUR: That must be harder since you’re dating someone who attracts a lot of media attention….

Kind of. But I’m 19, so I feel like everything that I’m doing right now should not be taken too seriously. I should be able to have fun and enjoy where I’m at! So I don’t want to spend my time hiding or worrying about all of that.

GLAMOUR: I read that Justin’s fans have posted threatening messages about you online.

Yeah, I’m human, so of course certain things sometimes hurt. I just laugh at it.

GLAMOUR: Would you and Justin ever collaborate?

If it comes naturally or organically, maybe!

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