- On her transition from teen sensation to grown-up star. "I just try to go through the transition in a very natural and private way. I try my best to keep my mistakes and the things I am learning to myself. I want all of the focus to be on my albums, my films, or my charity work."
- On the cause particularly dear to her heart as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. "I started working with UNICEF about three years ago because I worked on a children’s show... I felt like I was able to speak to the children. I was able to take trips with them and I fell in love with the company."
- On her Hollywood idols. "I look up to Rachel McAdams and Emma Stone. They both remain true to themselves and focus on their work. I appreciate that."
- On where she keeps her trophies. "I keep them in my mom's office because she likes to look at them."
- On reading about herself on the Internet. "Yes, I read about myself every once in a while. Sometimes it is nice, and sometimes it is not."
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