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AnnaSophia Robb talks boy troubles in Teen Vogue

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AnnaSophia Robb talks boy troubles in Teen Vogue

  • AnnaSophia Robb has an interview with Teen Vogue
  • She talks about her new show 'The Carrie Diaries'
  • She also talks about her boy troubles and being single
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AnnaSophia Robb is currently promoting the first season of her new CW show, ‘The Carrie Diaries’, a prequel to ‘The Sex and the City’.  She covers this month’s issue of Teen Vogue and talks about living in New York City, her boy troubles, and acting in TV.  
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When talking about NYC, where the show is shot, she says, “I think I was made to live in New York.  I love it.  I love being able to walk everywhere.  And there's so much going on—I actually get a little nervous on the weekends, wondering what to do and who to hang out with. I used to watch Gossip Girl or Sex and the City, I thought the things that happened were totally exaggerated. But then I got here and realized they're not. That's what it's really like! Just today, for example, I was walking through the park, and there was a guy playing a piano, absolutely beautifully, right in the middle of a plaza. That doesn't happen in normal cities.”
Asked whether she gets hit on a lot, AnnaSophia replies, “Never.  Everyone always says that guys are intimidated by me, but I seriously doubt it. I mean, I'm five-foot-nothing! I think I must make a stank face.”
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She also talks about going from films to TV, saying, “When I was younger, I didn't want to be on TV.  I made a conscious decision to stay away from Nickelodeon and the Disney Channel—not that they're not great companies, but because I wanted to play different kinds of roles and have the freedom to choose my projects. So when my agent called about this job, I said no way. TV was too much of a commitment. [But] I realized it was actually a really strong story. It had a lot of heart and integrity, and Carrie seems like a character that I can grow with."
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