She is busy promoting her new show Famous in Love.
“Bella is really funny. She makes me laugh a lot,” Famous in Love writer Rebecca Serle recently told us. “I was actually just going through my phone, trying to pick pics from set and stuff, and I found all these videos of just her mouth in my camera. She’s funny and ridiculous.”
Famous in Love premieres TONIGHT, April 18 @ 9/8c on Freeform.
“She’s so hot,” Bella told Harper’s Bazaar. “She seems like the raddest chick, I’d be so down.”
“I’ve done other stuff with girls, but I really want to actually date a girl,” Bella explained. “Maybe girls just don’t like me. … I can’t tell if a girl is hitting on me or she just wants to be friends. And I don’t want to flirt with a girl if she thinks I’m just being her friend. What if I kiss a girl and she’s like ‘Oh, I’m just your friend, dude, I can’t believe you just crossed that boundary.’”
The Famous in Love actress just booked another new movie!
Via Deadline, Bella is set to star in Bad Influence, which centers on a mother who must risk everything to protect her college-aged son when the first girl he’s ever fallen for (Thorne) turns out to be not just a bad influence, but a deadly one.
This just makes her filmography even longer!
Bella is currently filming Break My Heart 1000 Times in Canada, and has three other movies coming out soon: You Get Me, The Babysitter, and Midnight Sun with Patrick Schwarzenegger.
We almost didn’t recognize Bella Thorne in her new shoot for Harper’s Bazaar!
The 19-year-old actress opened up to the mag about dating in the public eye, learning with dyslexia and helping others through social media. Check it:
On how her personal life is twisted by the media: “Even if I’m not dating somebody, even if we’re just seen hanging out, he must be my boyfriend and we’re moving in and holy s**t we’re getting married…I want to go ice skating and I want to ride dirt bikes or do something dope as a date, but I can’t. Because if I step outside, he’s my boyfriend all of a sudden. So it’s like, ‘Oh f**k, well, we can only go to your house or mine, we can’t leave the house.’”
On dealing with dyslexia growing up: “Nobody ever taught me. I just felt so f**king stupid. It was really hard for a long time because I was always told I was the stupid girl…I want to learn stuff that I should know. Do you know how long it took me to really realize how to add tip on a bill? A crazy amount of time to get 20 f**king percent. That always made me feel like I was at a disadvantage and it still kinda does a little bit.”
On using social media to help others: “The world needs more honesty. I’ve lied my whole life about who I am and who I’m trying to be, so now, I like to keep it real. I have problems like every person, so if I can help somebody else then that’s f**king dope…I want to use social media to spread goodness. Teens are all going through different shit and nobody talks to each other about it. So if somebody could just be that first person to lend their hand, then other people will follow.”