The 19-year-old Nashville princess dished to the magazine about designing sundresses, college plans and fellow country royalty, Faith Hill.
On her first foray into designing her own fashions: “Everyone’s suffering because of the current state of the economy, so I try to be as conscious of that as possible when I make decisions. I’m in the process of designing a line of sundresses for L.E.I., so be sold exclusively as Wal-Mart. Dresses are what I wear most, so I’m really excited for them to come out!”
On one of her fave celebs: I was always so nervous to meet her and when I finally did at the ACM’s in 2007, she was the sweetest celebrity I’d ever met. She and Tim McGraw took me out on tour with them as their opening act that summer, and Faith would always leave presents in my dressing room.
On the benefits of post-high school education: “I’ve always thought that college makes you a well-rounded person. It’s about the experiences you gather and the life lessons you learn, and it teaches you how to be independent. If I were to take classes later on in life, it would probably have something to do with video editing. I’m really fascinated by all of that.”
On her new album, Fearless: “I think being fearless means that you’ve got a lot of fears, but you jump anyway. I have a new favorite [song] every day. Right now, my favorites on the album are ‘You’re Not Sorry’ and ‘White Horse.’”
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