I hate being thought of as a product.
My favourite sport is cheerleading!
I’m pretty outspoken.
I don’t love kids.
Some of the worst things that have happened in my career, like things getting leaked, have actually been what’s best for me, because people knew when I was on that show that I was really growing up.
I think my dad is a lot cooler than other dads. He still acts like he’s still 17.
When preparing for a concert, I do lots of training. I work with a choreographer to create great moves and then I have to keep my voice strong with lessons.
My life won’t be a series of either/ors – musician or actor, rock or country, straitlaced or rebellious, this or that, yes or no. The real choices in life aren’t that simple.
I get more anxious than nervous before a concert.
Those minutes that I’m on stage are the best! Being there and looking at the crowd and seeing their faces, hearing them sing the positive words from the songs.
There’s nothing more fun than being out on stage and getting the vibe from the crowd. There’s nothing like being on a set where you are there to make other people happy and to make them laugh. That’s the best job in the world.
I am so excited to let fans in on how important my relationship with my family is to me. I hope to motivate mothers and daughters to build lifetimes of memories together and inspire kids around the world to live their dreams.
I don’t keep secrets because I’m no good at them!
I have four shelves covered with journals that I’ve written. Dad and I are writing songs together. I’ve probably written 100 songs.
I love looking out at 27 semis and being like, every single one of those semi trucks is there to put together my stage.