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Shannon Purser Is Seeking Advice on Fostering Dogs

Shannon Purser Is Seeking Advice on Fostering Dogs

Shannon Purser keeps it cute at the premiere of Midsommar held at ArcLight Cinemas on Monday evening (June 24) in Hollywood.

The 21-year-old Riverdale actress just recently reached out to her followers on Twitter, seeking advice about becoming a pet parent.

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“Do any of y’all have experience fostering dogs?” she asked her followers. “I’ve been considering adopting, but I’m not sure I’m ready for a long-term commitment, so I thought fostering might be a good start. Any tips/thoughts/suggestions?”

Head to Shannon‘s Twitter to get her your best advice!

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Lili Reinhart Stands Up For Shannon Purser After Bughead Fans Come After Her

Lili Reinhart Stands Up For Shannon Purser After Bughead Fans Come After Her

Lili Reinhart has had enough with the online bullying towards Shannon Purser.

In a new tweet, the 23-year-old actress stood up for her Riverdale co-star who was on the recieving end of a lot of hate from Bughead fans.

The hurtful words spawned from last week’s episode, where Ethel (Purser) told Jughead (Cole Sprouse) that he had to kiss her in order to get the “scripture” for G&G.

How that little peck didn’t sit well with Bughead superfans and Shannon was on the unfortunate side of a lot of hate – something that Lili is 100% not cool with.

Check out her tweet below:

Shannon Purser 'Lightly Stalked' Noah Centineo Before Filming 'Sierra Burgess Is a Loser'

Shannon Purser 'Lightly Stalked' Noah Centineo Before Filming 'Sierra Burgess Is a Loser'

Shannon Purser did a little – er, research – on Noah Centineo before working with him!

The Stranger Things star admits that she “lightly stalked” the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before actor before they started filming their Netflix movie Sierra Burgess Is a Loser.

“I did not know who Noah was before we met,” Shannon told Glamour. “I’m pretty sure I did some, like, light stalking and watched a little bit of him on The Fosters.”

Noah added that he watched Shannon as Barb in Stranger Things, only until her character died! “I was like, ‘No Barb? No me,’” he said.

The duo met up for the first time in person at a Sierra Burgess screen test. Afterward, they had lunch together at a cafeteria to get to know each other better. “[You probably ate] salad or something,” she told him, to which he responded, “I was not that healthy back then, OK?”

Watch below!

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Netflix Reveals Lyric Video For Shannon Purser's 'Sunflower' Song - Watch Here!

Netflix Reveals Lyric Video For Shannon Purser's 'Sunflower' Song - Watch Here!

Shannon Purser rocks a bright pink lip during her appearance on Build Series in New York City on Tuesday afternoon (September 11).

The 21-year-old actress opened up about her new Netflix film, Sierra Burgess is a Loser, her chemistry with co-star Noah Centineo and more.

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If you missed it, Netflix also just released a lyric video with a ton of scenes from the flick to Shannon‘s song, “Sunflower”, which is on the movie’s soundtrack.

Check that out below, too!

FYI: Shannon wore a Tadashi Shoji dress.

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Shannon Purser Dishes on The Importance of Body Positivity in 'Sierra Burgess is a Loser'

Shannon Purser Dishes on The Importance of Body Positivity in 'Sierra Burgess is a Loser'

Shannon Purser‘s brand new movie, Sierra Burgess is a Loser, is streaming now on Netflix!

In a recent interview with Teen Vogue, the 21-year-old actress opened up about how the film treats body image and positivity.

“That’s so important to me, because it would have been so easy to like, straighten her hair and put her in sexy clothes and do her makeup,” Shannon shares. “The producers and everyone involved with the movie were very adamant that there would be no makeover scene. There would be no montage of her learning how to act cool.”

“It’s just not accurate and it’s not fair.”

She continued, “I think we need more stories of fat women living fully, happy lives as themselves without feeling the pressure to change. And I mean, there’s always the pressure to change, for sure. But even if they feel that way, to not give in, to not conform. [We need] stories of bigger women realizing their own beauty.”

“I think it’s a shame that we have so many stories in which fat people don’t really have agency and the ability to live full happy lives while they’re fat. And that’s what I want to change.”