We would be behind the camera reading for each other because we got to the point that we had to be looking away in order not to be laughing.David Lynch was like, ‘Guys, we have to finish this scene,’ and we just couldn’t—we had to finish it the next day.” “I go to therapy, which I am so open about because even though I didn’t do well [with therapy] when I was younger, I continued to find the right type of therapy for myself.
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“I am an incredible driver, without sounding too cocky, I really am. It’s literally like a jungle, it’s madness.” Her laugh echos through the phone, ironically from a car.
Adapting to a different culture is really hard, and I think it was hard for me because for a long time I didn’t really have a hall pass because I didn’t have an accent.
So I had to kind of nail a very Americanized style, in a sense.
But truly, it all started because my father passed away, and it was a very traumatic situation.
I wasn’t doing very well with therapy, to be quite honest. My mom sort of tried, as any other mother would do, to oversaturate me with activity so I would stay a little bit distracted, and someone recommended musical theater to her.
Therapy is something that is super important to me—mental health is super important to me.
I like reading a lot about neuroscience, and I recently got a spect done, which is a test of your brain. I’m very in connection with my body—I’m always curious of how I can understand more.
She’s effervescent and sweet, even though we haven’t met in real life, so it made chatting about her experience with bullying in her youth and into her days in the spotlight, and the challenges of dating in the public eye, comfortable topics to discuss.