Bella Thorne: Life of a Wannabe Mogul: Mental Disarray

People surely like to put labels on people to assume that who they are, that’s a total of a misconception of people of who they don’t know, it’s like fake news for celebrities.  What people have to know is that we are people too and they have lives, and they are busy moving forward in their lives. 

When Keke Palmer, Strahan and Sara show, interview Bella Thorne 21, and Disney Channel hit show “Shake it Up,” their conservation was indeed down to earth and having mocktails. It was a non-alcoholic drink.  

“If you spend your whole life, you’ve been raised to only please people, then how do you know, why do you think, ‘Oh, these child stars are going crazy,’” she said. “But they finally get to please themselves for once or ask themselves what does please me? Because I don’t even know at this point.”

And the spotlight strained her relationship with her mother, Tamara.

“I wanted acceptance,” the “Shake It Up” alum explained while referencing the lack of structure during her childhood. “I wanted appreciation and love for who I was, the way I looked, to everything about myself that I didn’t ever feel like I got.”

She added, “I wanted an education. I wanted to feel like I could speak, I wanted a lot of things. But I never spoke up so you can only blame people around you so much before obviously, you start blaming yourself.”

Bella Thorne is an author, actor, producing and directing short videos for other clients. She has tremendous talent.  In each of these, Bella has educated herself to be a better person. She doesn’t want to look back on what she has done in the past. Bella wants to move forward and be better in her craft. 


Bella Thorne has written a new book called: Life of a Wannabe Mogul: Mental Disarray, it’s a collection of poems and stories. It’s very interesting to read. Go check it out and add to your collection.

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