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Camila Cabello Doesn't Like Twitter As Much As You Think She Does

Camila Cabello Doesn't Like Twitter As Much As You Think She Does

Camila Cabello is like most of us with social media and has an ongoing love-hate relationship with her platforms.

Speaking with tmrw magazine, the “Havana” singer shared that she actually hates social media.

“I only go on Twitter to interact with my fans, and you know because it’s part of my job,” she says. “It’s part of me representing my work and realistically it’s just a part of today. But I’m not really a very public person, I’m not on there talking all the time.”

When she wants to say something important on social media, she does, and you’ll often hear it in her music.

“How I speak out about things that are important to me is through my work, through what I do,’ Camila adds. ‘I had a performance on the Today show where I dedicated it to the dreamers and spoke out about that.”

“‘Havana’, the music video, it’s all about that and shifting, representing latinos, how we really are as humans.”

Dove Cameron Isn't Purposely Trying to Shed A Disney Image With Crazy Roles

Dove Cameron Isn't Purposely Trying to Shed A Disney Image With Crazy Roles

Dove Cameron feels like she’s in her senior year at Disney Channel.

In her new cover story with Kode magazine, the Descendants 2 actress opened up about her time with the network and feeling like she’s graduating.

“I love the Disney Family so much, and I’d be grateful and excited to work with them on new projects in the future, but with a full 4 years of my sitcom series under my belt, and a happy franchise that’s on wheels at this point, I think my relationship with the channel is coming to it’s natural, happy end!”

Dove adds, “I definitely feel like I’m in senior year and I should move out of my loving parents home and pick my major!”

With former Disney stars trying to shed their “Disney image” in many different ways, Dove spoke on how she’s not trying to purposely shed it in any crazy ways or crazy roles.

“I don’t think I would ever say that I am purposely attempting to create an edgier image to depart from my ‘Disney image’,” she says. “Just as I’ve never attempted to cultivate an inauthentic image with my Disney life, I would never try to do the same as I naturally grow up and into whomever I am on my way to becoming.”

Dove continues, “Attempting to be anything at all communicates an insecurity in one’s own sense of self and level of self-respect. The only person I need to prove anything to is myself! And I think one’s work stands on its own, much louder than any projected ‘image’ one could cultivate.”

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Ross Lynch Reveals That The Final Scene in 'My Friend Dahmer' Was The Most Intense To Film

Ross Lynch Reveals That The Final Scene in 'My Friend Dahmer' Was The Most Intense To Film

Ross Lynch gives us many different moods in these new shirtless photos from his The Last magazine feature.

Speaking about his latest movie, My Friend Dahmer, the actor opened up about filming the last scene.

“After we wrapped, I thought we were going to throw up because the feeling was so intense,” Ross says of the final goodbye between Jeffrey and Derf, played by Alex Wolff.

He continues, “I had never been more lost in a scene, which is the goal in a way. You want to be present in the moment to where you’re not thinking about anything else, but Alex went out back and was like, ‘Man, eff this guy Dahmer!’ and we lost power to everything. Then he was like, ‘I’m sorry…’”

My Friend Dahmer is in theaters across the nation now.

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Jack & Jack Share Wild Fan Stories With 'Prune' Mag

Jack & Jack Share Wild Fan Stories With 'Prune' Mag

Jack & Jack are twinning for the November issue of Prune magazine.

The duo – Jack Johnson and Jack Gilinsky – talked about crazy fan stories, their music, tour, and fashion.

“A girl ran on to the bus one time, but our security threw her off,” Jack G shared about one fan on tour.

“I was on stage in Chile and I had ripped jeans on,” Jack J said. “I went up to the barricade and lost an entire jean leg off my jeans because a girl grabbed it and ripped the entire thing off. I had a flappy weird capris jean thing on the rest of the show. It was crazy to me. But also, one time down in Brazil our bus started rocking back and forth because the fans were really rowdy and shaking it. It was actually pretty scary.”

For more from Jack & Jack, visit Prunemagazine.com!

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Chrissie Fit Talks Joining Pitch Perfect Franchise With 'NKD Mag'

Chrissie Fit Talks Joining Pitch Perfect Franchise With 'NKD Mag'

Chrissie Fit may have started out as a new girl, but she’s definitely proved she deserved her spot in the Barden Bellas!

Speaking with NKD Magazine, the Teen Beach Movie actress opened up about joining Pitch Perfect 2, getting help from Elizabeth Banks, and the upcoming third installment.

“This movie shows how each of them struggles trying to find their place without being part of a group. Then you see them reunite and that’s going to be super fun. It becomes an action movie at one point. It’s aca-action,” she said about PP3. “We all had to go through stunt training. Rebel did more than the rest of us. We really wanted to up the stakes and more music, more dance, more, just more for the fans that are so amazing and supportive.”

“She literally took me to dance rehearsal like it was the first day of school,” Chrissie said about Elizabeth helping make her feel welcomed.

As for how close the cast is, “We either do Bella Boot Camp where we’re learning songs and dances or we’re watching The Bachelor together. Rebel Wilson also loves to go to the movie theater so we would go all the time… During the second movie, I became so protective of them because people knew them and they didn’t know who I was. I became security whenever we went out. I’m like 5-foot- nothing, but I’m pretty intimidating when I have to be.”

Stranger Things' Noah Schnapp Found Out He Got The Part of Will While He Was At Camp

Stranger Things' Noah Schnapp Found Out He Got The Part of Will While He Was At Camp

There are some really cute audition stories out here — but Stranger ThingsNoah Schnapp‘s has to the best one.

Speaking with NKD magazine in their November issue, the actor who plays Will Byers on the show, revealed that he was actually at camp when he learned he got the part.

“I go to camp every summer for seven weeks and it’s like sleepaway camp,” Noah explains. “You have three phone calls every summer with your parents and I was on my last phone call. And this was some audition blurred with all the other auditions I did, so I didn’t remember what it was, but I remember them calling me.”

He adds that the project was as originally called Montauk, and he auditioned for the role of Mike.

“They called me and they were like, ‘Hey, Noah!’ and I was like, ‘Who’s this?’ and they said, ‘Oh, you got the role of Will Byers on Montauk!’ and then they explained the whole thing and I was like, ‘Oh my God!’ and I was so excited and things have just been going from there.”

Noah also adds that the unique storyline truly pulled him in from the start.

“It was just very different from things I’ve seen,” he says. “I’ve never seen any story like that, where a kid goes missing and there’s monsters, but there’s a girl with powers who comes in and saves them.”

He adds, “I thought it would be really cool to play a role where I go missing and people look for me and I’m in this other world.”

Stranger Things is streaming now on Netflix.

Anne Winters Loves That '13 Reasons Why' is Pushing Boundaries

Anne Winters Loves That '13 Reasons Why' is Pushing Boundaries

Anne Winters is opening up about joining the cast of 13 Reasons Why.

The 23-year-old actress, who you may have seen on Zac and Mia recently, will be in the upcoming second season of the Netflix show.

“She has some things going on with Bryce and Jessica,” Anne revealed to NKD Magazine about her character. “I think people might have their reservations about her at first but she’s a very fun and likeable character. The second season definitely explains a lot of unanswered questions from the last season and will actually give fans a lot more backstory about the different characters. Most importantly, it’s still going to keep its core message about shining light on depression and suicide prevention.”

Anne also talked about how it felt like home, even though she was joining in the second season. “Everyone there is there for a purpose and everyone is a family,” she said. “The cast is amazing and we all get along so well. I remember being so excited – and then so nervous – to start working there but it’s just been great; the 13 Reasons Why set is literally home for me.”

As for what drew her to the role and the show, she dished, “I think it’s one of the only shows that’s not afraid to push the limits and break all the boundaries; I think that’s so important when it comes to telling a story. We can all choose to live in an ‘ignorance is bliss’ world, but it’s better to be aware and pay attention and know that the way our words and actions affect people are real.”

Landry Bender On 'Best Friends Whenever' Cancellation: 'It Was Sad at First'

Landry Bender On 'Best Friends Whenever' Cancellation: 'It Was Sad at First'

Landry Bender reminisced about Best Friends Whenever and it hit us right in the feels!

The 17-year-old actress talked to NKD mag about the show ending and looking forward to her future.

“It was sad at first. Anytime you invest yourself in something it’s hard to let that go, but I’m still very, very close with the cast,” she said about the show’s cancellation. “I’ve never had a boyfriend, but it’s sort of like a breakup.”

Besides being an actress, Landry is really looking forward to continuing her education.

“I just had a meeting with my guidance counselor about this, right before I came to New York,” Landry said. “Education is something that’s very important to me, and just because I’m an actor I don’t want to not go to college. That’s what a lot of child actors do and I don’t want to go down that route.”

She also wants to get more into the production side of the business. “The fact that I do get to be on sets and observe everyone is something that’s very cool,” she said. “I get to be a fly on the wall sometimes and watch directors and producers.