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Dianna Agron: Fame Doesn't Affect Me

Dianna Agron: Fame Doesn't Affect Me

Dianna Agron opens up about life before she made it in Hollywood, her singing aspirations, and how she deals with the spotlight to InterviewMagazine.com.

Here’s what the 24-year-old Glee and I Am Number Four star had to share:

On whether she wants to be a recording artist: “No, not really. I never solicited myself as a singer until I realized I could use that to a musical standpoint. I loved musicals growing up. Classic films were some of the only ones I watched. So when the opportunity came for the show to audition, of course it was all of a sudden, ‘I sing! I sing! Send me in, please. I beg of you.

On life before Glee: “When I first moved to LA, I lived in a one-bedroom apartment, and it got a little seedy around our area. One time, SWAT was at our building because somebody’s houseguest had gone off their meds and was schizophrenic and shouting, ‘He’s going to kill me, He’s going to kill me!’ Somebody called the cops. I’m coming home from a dance class and I see this chopper circling my building and SWAT all downstairs.”

On how she deals with fame: “On a day-to-day basis, it doesn’t really affect me much because the places that I go in LA very rarely have paparazzi, and if there are fans, they’re so nice and easygoing. The only thing it changes sometimes is there can be interviews where they will skew your words or there can be things that you hope people don’t assume about you. Sometimes there are paparazzi that take photos and you don’t know they’re there.”

For more on Dianna, including her favorite Glee cover song, visit InterviewMagazine.com!

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