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DWTS' Sharna Burgess Reveals How She Refound Her Love For Dancing After An ACL Injury

DWTS' Sharna Burgess Reveals How She Refound Her Love For Dancing After An ACL Injury

Earlier this month, Hayley Erbert opened up about re-finding her love for dance and turns out, Sharna Burgess had to re-find her love too.

Speaking with NKD mag, the Dancing With The Stars pro recounted her journey to dancing stardom and along the way, opened up about how taking a break from the sport fueled her passion for it.

“I was training seven days a week, and by 15 I represented Australia in the international championships in Austria,” Sharna recalls after having logged more training hours than most her age at that time.

However, she still wanted to be a normal kid: “I remember being 15 and just wanting to be a normal kid, wanting to hang out at the shopping mall, go to the sleepover, go to the party — and I could never do it, because I was training seven days a week.”

It was then that her wish came true, although it was in the form of a painful injury that resulted in ACL reconstruction.

“Sometimes the universe gives you things in the most brutal of ways,” Sharna shared, “It really took its toll on me, but everything happens for a reason, and I spent two years being a normal kid, being a rebellious kid, doing everything I thought I wanted to do—and then I got to 17, 18, and looked around at the world, and thought, ‘No. I miss it.’”

Thankfully, she returned to the sport shortly after and from there, made her way to DWTS.

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Logan Henderson Isn't Trying to Shatter Chart Records Just Yet

Logan Henderson Isn't Trying to Shatter Chart Records Just Yet

Out of all the Big Time Rush guys, Logan Henderson is the one taking more time to just relax than the others — and it’s on purpose.

After wrapping the Nickelodeon series and the band in 2013, Logan revealed to NKD magazine that he just “spent time kind of figuring out myself.”

“[I was] kind of figuring out my sound, figuring out what kind of music I wanted to make, who I wanted to be and that’s kind of what I’ve been doing between the time that I’ve been out from the last show.”

Since then, Logan‘s put out just a few singles, and while they were really, really good, weren’t super hits — another thing on purpose.

“I’m not trying to make it big, I’m just trying to make the music break – to focus on the music,” he says. “That’s all I wanted to do.”

Logan adds, “I don’t care about what I came from before. I don’t owe anybody anything, I really don’t. I don’t owe anybody anything, except for just myself – and that’s what I was working so hard to get to. It took a while, of course. That’s why I wasn’t doing stuff for a very long time.”

“It gets you down as well. It took me a while, too. I traveled down a few dark streets before I decided that this was how things were going to be and music is constantly evolving. It still is and it’s ever-changing and that’s how I am as well.”

Hopefully, we’ll hear a lot more from Logan in 2018.

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In Real Life Aren't Trying To Be Like Any Other Boy Bands

In Real Life Aren't Trying To Be Like Any Other Boy Bands

Since their win on ABC’s Boy Band, In Real Life have been one of our fave bands to watch and listen to.

The guys — Brady Tutton, Chance Perez, Drew Ramos, Sergio Calderon, and Michael Conor — were crowned the winners last year and have since made a big impact on their fans — just don’t confuse them or expect them to be the next One Direction.

“Whenever people talk to us, they always ask us if we’re looking to be as successful as One Direction, and that’s not really a thought of ours,” Brady told NKD mag in the January 2018 issue.

He adds that they’re “just trying to do all we can. We’re trying to make the music we want to make and have fun making it. So it’s not really like we’re trying to be any other boy band that has come before us.”

They will welcome advice from other boy bands though — including CNCO, who won the Latin edition of Boy Band.

“I’ve looked up to them for a very long time,” Sergio shared. “The night we won I got a message from one of the guys in the band: ‘Always stay grounded, stay humble.’”

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Francia Raisa Says Selena Gomez Has Been a Huge Help in Her Career

Francia Raisa Says Selena Gomez Has Been a Huge Help in Her Career

Francia Raisa has been one of Selena Gomez‘s longtime friends throughout both of their careers in Hollywood and the grown-ish actress is opening up to Rogue magazine about their friendship!

Here is what the 29-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On support from loved ones: “My pastor has been a huge help in my life, just in helping ground me as far as dealing with the difference between my personal life and the industry life. And honestly, Selena [Gomez] has been a huge help in my career. I’ve seen her grow and she’s seen me grow and we have a lot of conversations about the industry. In seeing how much she has to go through… I’ve learned a lot myself, and so I’m really grateful to her and what she’s confided in me and taught me.”

On playing a character over 10 years younger than her: “I’m 29 years-old but I’m playing an 18 year-old on this show. I still look so young. That was a struggle for me because I obviously wanted to graduate into playing older roles, but I look so young on-screen. I think I just had to learn to accept that I still look young and that means longevity for my career. I learned to embrace it and appreciate that I am able to participate in shows like Grown-ish because I do look so young.”

On her kidney transplant surgery
: “At the time I was 28-years-old and I couldn’t do things for myself– and I’m a very independent woman, so it was brutal. I couldn’t get out of bed without needing help. I couldn’t shower, couldn’t walk and I couldn’t even open a door. It was a very humbling experience and I’ve learned a lot.”

For more from Francia, visit TheRogueMag.com!

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Ross Lynch Doesn't Think The Real Jeffrey Dahmer Would've Liked 'My Friend Dahmer'

Ross Lynch Doesn't Think The Real Jeffrey Dahmer Would've Liked 'My Friend Dahmer'

Ross Lynch wears a wire scene hat on his head in his new feature for Rogue magazine.

In the new issue, the 22-year-old My Friend Dahmer actor opens up about his groundbreaking film and whether the famed serial killer would have approved of it.

“He would not necessarily love the film, but I think he would like that we’re telling his story in such a way that’s not vicious,” Ross admits. “I don’t know why anyone would become a serial killer, it could be anything.”

He adds, “Ultimately, this movie is a cautionary tale. It’s a movie that sticks with you for days….it just makes you think.”

“That’s a great thing about movies, they teach you things, they make you wonder. I think in a lot of ways, films can make human beings better, they can teach us a lot.”

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Kendall Jenner Wakes Up in the Middle Of the Night with 'Full-On Panic Attacks' From Anxiety

Kendall Jenner Wakes Up in the Middle Of the Night with 'Full-On Panic Attacks' From Anxiety

Kendall Jenner gets her close up on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar February 2018, on newsstands January 23.

The 22-year-old model spoke about being a model today, what she missed out on in her childhood, and more. Here’s what she shared…

On being a supermodel today versus 20 years ago: “I’ve actually talked about it with a couple of women, like Cindy Crawford, who have been doing this for a long time. I feel like social media obviously has a lot to do with how it’s different. A lot of people are like, ‘Oh, it’s so much easier now because you have Instagram. You don’t even need an agency anymore.” But that’s just not true. I still had to go to all the castings, I still had to go meet all the photographers, I still had to do all of that to get to where I am now. There wasn’t a step taken out just because I had social media. I still have 12-hour days, I still have even 24-hour days sometimes; I still have to do all those things. We don’t work any less hard than the ’90s models did when they were young.”

On what she missed out on growing up in the public eye: “The obvious answer is college, I guess, but I don’t even know if I regret that. I had a pretty normal childhood, with a twist, and went to school until the 10th grade. For 11th and 12th, I did homeschool, but I still saw a lot of my old friends. I didn’t go to prom, though, which was kind of annoying. I can’t really complain except for now, maybe, I would like to go to Disneyland or a public beach. To go to a beach in peace would be lovely. To be able to hang out and meet new people and not be bothered would be awesome.”

On what keeps her up at night: “I have such debilitating anxiety because of everything going on that I literally wake up in the middle of the night with full-on panic attacks. Where do I even start? Everything is so horrible, it’s hard to name one thing. I just think that the world needs so much love. I wish I had the power to send Cupid around the planet, as cheesy as that sounds. You go online and you see everyone saying the worst things to each other, and it’s hard to stay positive. It’s hard not to get eaten alive by all the negativity.”

For more from Kendall, visit HarpersBazaar.com.

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Adelaide Kane Is Glad That All The Sexual Harassment Incidents Are Coming Out

Adelaide Kane Is Glad That All The Sexual Harassment Incidents Are Coming Out

At the end of 2017, there were many, many stories about sexual harassment and assault happening in Hollywood — and Adelaide Kane is not surprised one bit.

During her cover story with NKD mag, the former Reign star talked about the movement that she hopes will make Hollywood a better place and her own experience with it all.

“I’m ecstatic that it’s all coming out,” Adelaide says. “I think I speak for the majority of women when I say there have been times when I haven’t felt safe both in a public sphere or private sphere or a professional sphere, and I’m just really happy.”

She continues that each and every one of the stories coming out is “unacceptable, in any and all of its forms, that kind of abuse of power and it’s been going on in every profession under the sun.”

“I think it’s probably more prevalent and rampant in the entertainment industry because you have a lot of good looking, charismatic people, there’s a lot of money involved, there’s a lot of risk involved, and it’s a very difficult industry to get a toe-hole in and to work in.”

“A lot of people know or knew about more than they’re saying they did,” Adelaide adds and even remembers a time when she was “warned about having lunch with Harvey Weinstein when I moved to L.A.”

She says about the conversation happening, “I’m glad that it’s happening. I just wish we could have had this conversation 50 years ago. But it was a different world then, and it makes me very excited for the future of the industry that it can become a safe space for everybody.”

Freeform Star Dilan Gwyn Opens Up About Facing Discrimination in Native Sweden

Freeform Star Dilan Gwyn Opens Up About Facing Discrimination in Native Sweden

If you take one look at Dilan Gwyn, you might never even guess that she was from Sweden.

The actress talked with NKD mag in a recent issue about facing discrimination from some studios for the way she looked.

Dilan was actually told that her appearance was too “exotic-looking” by Swedish directors.

“The lack of on-screen diversity is a problem in Sweden,” she shared.

But that didn’t stop Dilan from moving to London, where she found more success and open-minded studios — and it eventually led her to the United States where she booked the role of Willa on Freeform’s Beyond.

Click inside to see what Dilan shared about Willa this season on “Beyond”… More Here! »

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