The 16-year-old Victorious star dishes to the mag about not trying to replace anyone, Michael Cera and true friendship. Check it:
On some of the repercussions of being on TV: “I remember this one girl, who I thought was one of my good friends, was having her bat mitzvah. I was so excited to go. I even had already picked out a dress. And at the last minute, I found out that I wasn’t invited, and I was shocked! That hit me so hard because I’m not a person who needs to get all the attention. That’s just not me at all.”
On her nerdy crushes: “There might be someone special [right now] but I usually go for the nerdier guys, who wear glasses and play video games. All of my friends are always surprised by this. They’re like, ‘You think that guy’s cute?’ And I’m like, ‘Yeah, I do! I think heâ€™s adorable.’ Michael Cera has been one of my biggest crushes for the longest time.”
On doing what she loves: “I’m not here to replace anybody. I’m just doing what I love, and I am just hoping to be half as successful as the other girls out there. I am just doing my thing. I work hard, I put a lot of time and effort into [what I do]. And I think I’ve done pretty well so far.”
Vic‘s new show, Victorious, is set to premiere in early 2010 on Nickelodeon.
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