by Star Reporter Cassandra, 15
Bella Thorne plays high schooler Celia in Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day — and one of her favorite parts of acting as a high schooler in movies is having her own locker. "I love looking at lockers, and I did a movie called Amityville [in theaters in 2015] and in the scene they're writing on a locker," she says. "I was like, 'This is so cool! My locker has graffiti on it!' It was awesome."
Bella, who turns 17 two days before Alexander's Very Bad Day hits the theaters, has some advice on how to pull yourself out of the dumps on a bad day. "On "New Girl," there's a character called Schmidt. He's hilarious and he does this really weird face," she says. "If you think about that face and say, 'At least this, this, and this didn't happen,' it will make you laugh guaranteed. Or it'll make someone in the room laugh. And if not, you can come to me and I'll give you a different solution."
It's a unique solution that fits the way that Bella describes herself: weird. "I'm very klutzy. I have a very dry, sarcastic humor but at the same time I'm dorky and I like to do really strange things," she says. "I'm just a weird person ... to read the rest of the article, including why she says it's not her problem if you don't like her...click HERE.