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Emma Roberts Covers 'Seventeen' May 2011

Emma Roberts Covers 'Seventeen' May 2011

Emma Roberts flashes a smile on the cover of Seventeen‘s May issue.

Here’s what the 20-year-old Scream 4 star had to share with the mag:

On turning 20: “[It] made me realize that I want to be young and have fun. When I was 16, I was very frustrated all the time. I felt like nobody understood me. School was stressful, working was stressful, and it’s a really tough time for girls to be friends. I felt like I was always in a rush to get somewhere, when I had no idea where that was. Now I just feel content, and I feel like that’s a nice place to be. I’ve learned that I want to have great people in my life and lots of love in my life, and just enjoy it. I wish I had realized that sooner.”

On if she ever went through a stage where she tried to dress sexy: “Sexy when I was younger always meant boobs, and I’ve never had boobs in my life – so I always felt that sexy was out of the question for me. I used to really want to be that kind of voluptuous girl, and I’ve just kind of embraced that I’m not.”

For more of Emma‘s interview, check out!

FYI: Emma is wearing a Marc by Marc Jacobs dress from the Spring 2011 collection on the cover.

Have you entered the Seventeen‘s Pretty Amazing cover model contest yet? You can still enter until April 30th!

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