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1. Lets get right to it. What is your favorite Seinfeld Episode ??
Oh god this is such a hard question, because I seriously have so many favorites. I think my all time favorite one though is the episode where Jerry and Elaine go and visit Jerry's parents in Florida and Elaine sleeps on the bed and throws out her back and then takes the muscle relaxers and acts super crazy at the dinner they go to. I basically love any episode that is really Elaine driven because she's my favorite fictional character of all time. 2. I still remember, the first magazine that made an impression on me as a kid Seventeen magazine. I remember I would always buy it and read the "traumarama" stories and I would flip. I think I may have even sent in a story of mine once to try and get it in the magazine. It was such a relatable magazine when I was growing up. 3. My high school years involved a lot of awkward fashion changes. My freshman year of high school I was really into surf and skate culture so I wore a lot of Roxy and other surf/skate brands and I had these awful bangs that I could curl everyday with a round brush. Once I got out of that phase I got really into punk, but I was like a mall punk- so I wore a lot of weird spiked collars and band shirts with like really ugly flared jeans and creepers. I didn't really find my personal style until after high school, because I dropped out and started hanging out with a lot of older people, so I feel like I finally figured out who I was an what I was into once I was out of high school.
4. Now I get to work with insane and amazing incredible people. I never imagined my life would become the way it is today. Sometimes I will work with someone, or meet someone- and I'm just like baffled at how this came to be. We opened for Blink 182 a few weeks ago in LA and it was crazy to me because they were legit my favorite band growing up and it was just such a trip to be sharing a stage with them. I know it sounds cheesy, but I definitely count my blessings everyday for being able to do what i do. 5. I have a crush on Drake. Literally, obsessed. I love his music, but I also just love his persona and the way he carries himself and the way he dresses and everything about him. I feel like I relate to him, even though he's like a hugely successful male rapper- he says stuff or posts stuff on instagram sometimes and I'm just like, "omg we are the same." The way my young fans act towards me is kind of how I feel like I act towards drake, haha. 6. I now live in Eagle Rock, which is a small neighborhood in Los Angeles. I bought a house a little over a year ago, and it's seriously the most amazing thing ever. I am so happy here, and I love that I'm kind of tucked away from the craziness that can be Los Angeles. I live in a really quiet neighborhood on a street lined with palm trees and I have a pool + hot tub- and it's just become like my oasis. I never want to leave it.
7. When are you and Drake getting married? ugh, hopefully soon. I feel like by now he would have noticed me considering I'm such a creepy obsessive fan- but maybe that's the problem, maybe he's scared of me, haha. 8. What do you think about social media ? Over saturation or an outlet? I think it has it's pros and it's cons. I like that I can be myself and be in touch with my fans via twitter/instagram because I'm kind of shy and awkward in real life. Sometimes when people come up to me in public or at shows, I get really nervous and don't know how to interact with them- so I feel like it's nice that I can allow them to get to know me through the person that I am on the internet- which is 100% who I am. There is no bullshit when it comes to what I post. I just post how I feel, and I post photos of myself in sweatpants, because I'm a real person who does shit like sit in sweatpants and watch TV all day, so I feel like that's relatable, haha. But sometimes social media can be a downer because it allows people to just say whatever they want without really having a true identity. I hate that it pretty much allows anyone to have a platform to speak their mind, when sometimes they are just speaking garbage and it can be hurtful. I also sometimes get bummed that this generation has become so saturated with the internet that people almost forget that there is a real world out there. When I was growing up, the internet was just getting popular- so I used it a lot, but I also had a life outside of it, and sometimes I worry that kids growing up in this generation don't have that. 9. If you had to compare yourself to a women in the past who would it be? I don't really like comparing myself to other people- I feel like no one is really as similar to anyone as they think they are. I find it best to just always be yourself and to try and be happy with who you are and I think it's important to look up to people as role models, etc.. but I don't think you should ever really compare yourself yourself to anyone else. 10. If you could leave us with one thought, what would it be? The other day I tweeted something that said "I am not interested in living life with expectations- what is meant to be will be" and I feel like that was so cheesy and deep, but it's soooo true. Lately I have been trying to live by that statement. I feel like if you spend too much of your life expecting things to happen, or having high hopes for things- you eventually set yourself up for disappointment. I think there is a big difference in being passionate about something and striving to work towards it- but I don't think you should live life with this mindset of expecting all these things to happen. I'm a true believer that what is meant to be will always work out, so I would like to remind people to try and think that way too!  

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