Anna Cathcart & Lauren Orlando Are An Iconic Duo on 'Girls' Life' Double Cover

Anna Cathcart & Lauren Orlando Are An Iconic Duo on 'Girls' Life' Double Cover

Anna Cathcart and Lauren Orlando are the perfect BFF duo on the cover of the February/March issue of Girls’ Life!

In the issue, which marked the mag’s first ever editorial double cover, the girls opened up about becoming friends last year.

Here’s what Anna and Lauren had to share with the mag:

Anna on sliding into Lauren’s DMs: “I never DM people. Like, ever. With people I don’t know, I’m typically very shy, so I don’t know why I felt comfortable doing that. But, I mean, it worked out.”

Anna on their BFF connection: “We clicked so automatically, and I just felt like I could be myself. Being able to talk about real stuff is super important. Even when we finally hung out in person, it wasn’t weird or intimidating.”

Anna on a collaboration with Lauren: “Anything is possible in 2020!”

For more from Anna Cathcart and Lauren Orlando, visit GirlsLife.com.

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Sofia Wylie's Short Form Series 'Shook' To Air On Disney Channel Tonight!

Sofia Wylie's Short Form Series 'Shook' To Air On Disney Channel Tonight!

Sofia Wylie is headed back to Disney Channel with her dance series Shook!

The short form show first aired on Disney Channel’s YouTube page, but will be making it’s television debut on the network TONIGHT (January 20) during a special programming event.

Shook follows Mia (Wylie), a 15-year-old who yearns to dance professionally but is hindered by daily obligations to her little sister, Skylar, and their single mom, Sandra, a registered nurse.

Although Mia struggles to convey how she feels, she has the support of her extroverted best friend, Fredgy, and a new mentor, Ritz, who introduces her to the vibrant world of street dance. She soon begins to express her true and best self through dance.

Shook will air TONIGHT (January 20) at 8pm ET on Disney Channel. Check out the teaser trailer!

Tana Mongeau Is Giving Credit to Paris Hilton For Paving The Way For Her

Tana Mongeau Is Giving Credit to Paris Hilton For Paving The Way For Her

Tana Mongeau says that Paris Hilton paved the way for her.

In a recent interview, the 21-year-old opened up about looking up to the heiress.

“Everything I am is cause of Paris,” Tana said, via TooFab. “She like paved the way for me. A girl like me who is literally famous for nothing — Paris Hilton taught us how to make that a business, you know what I mean?”

“I grew up off The Simple Life where they really made just being a personality a thing,” she added. “I feel like everyone needs to respect Paris Hilton… she f–kin paved the way for hoes like me.”

Tana will also be working with Paris on a huge project.

“We were just partying and being friends for a while, and finally I asked her to work on something really big and she said yes,” Tana said. “I was like ‘I don’t know why you’re saying yes’ – it’s charity work to the max.”

Meghan Trainor Really Didn't Like This About Her Husband Daryl Sabara When They First Met

Meghan Trainor Really Didn't Like This About Her Husband Daryl Sabara When They First Met

Meghan Trainor really didn’t like her husband Daryl Sabara‘s name…

During a recent interview on the podcast “Pretty Big Deal With Ashley Graham”, host Ashley Graham asked her, “What’s the biggest deal you’ve ever made?” in reference to something or someone that is a big deal in her life, and she responded with “Daryl, I guess.”

“When I met him, I was like, ‘I hate your name. Daryl? That’s your name?’ I was like, this is my guy? Daryl?

Also during the interview, Meghan dished about her start in the music industry, loving her body, and her upcoming new album Treat Myself. Check it out right here!

Lana Condor Wished Her 'To All The Boys' Role Into Existence

Lana Condor Wished Her 'To All The Boys' Role Into Existence

Lana Condor put a goal out into the universe and it happened!

The 22-year-old actress opened up about her firsts in a recent video for her Teen Vogue cover story, and dished about manifesting her To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before role.

“If my understanding of what a serendipitous experience is, which might be totally wrong, but I was on the plane thinking about what opportunity or what project I would love to be a part of, and my first thought was that I would like to be in a romantic comedy,” Lana said.

“I quickly wrote that off because I don’t really know any romantic comedies that want an Asian-American as their lead, and then the day after, I got the audition for To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before,” she continued. “To me, that’s serendipitous because it was almost like I wished it so bad. Like, I wanted to be part of a rom-com so badly.”

“I believe in that though. I believe in just manifesting things, and wishin’ it up.”