Shailene Woodley: Women should thank their bodies & ‘be pregnant with the world’

Shailene Woodley

Shailene Woodley and her sunshine vadge continue the Divergent promotion nonstop. Here she is with Theo “The Next Leo” James at the premiere that Kaiser covered yesterday. I completely agree with Kaiser about Shailene’s fuggy fashion here. The dress is wayyy too mature for her, which could be why she decided to stick out her tongue all over the carpet. She wasn’t doing a full Miley, but Shailene was trying to “young up” the dress a little bit. Maybe?

We’re supposed to wonder whether or not Shailene and Theo are hitting it together. My instincts tell me they are completely platonic. She’s hugging on him in these photos, but she hugs everyone. Almost every interviewer mentions that she hugs them several times. Plus Shailene told Hollywood Reporter that Theo is “such a solid human” and “a rock among the waves.” Theo is totally Shailene’s bro.

I’m starting to grow a little fatigued by Shailene’s perpetual enthusiasm during this press tour. She’s lovely and amusing, but I have to wonder whether she sleeps. Wait, I know — she sleeps by dangling upside down from a tree like a sloth. See? It’s so easy to crack a joke. Here are some more assorted soundbites from the past day or so:

Shailene questions your bra-wearing habit: “I feel passionate about just shifting our paradigms and stirring things up. I’m wearing a bra now, not like a padded bra, a little sports thing, and I feel like it’s maybe important to start looking at things differently even if you don’t change the way that you do it. just look at it differently, just think about it differently, just question things that you never really questioned before. I think with that will come a lot of educated knowledge and a lot of curiosity and a lot of positive shift.”

What does she worry about? “Lots of things. I think, number one, the food that we eat. The water that we drink. The products we put on our faces. It sort of seems like everything nowadays is dictated by advertisements, which I’m not a fan of. There’s this big push to be skinny, be tall, have a small waist. It’s almost like we’re obsessed with our prepubescent selves, we’re obsessed with like this need to have everything be flawless and everything be thin and that’s just not, especially for women — I’m a fan of hips and I’m a fan of breasts and a fan of owning your body and not feeling self-conscious because you have some fat. That’s sexy. Fat is sexy, to an extent. Being unhealthy is not optimal but I think it’s important to start owning ourselves.”

Her ultimate beauty secret (beyond sunshine vadge): “Get in a bath and look at your body and be like, ‘Wow, thank you so much for hosting my mind and my heart,’ like as women you know, and also be pregnant with the world. I think that’s really beautiful beauty advice, like, close your eyes and think about all of the other women out there who aren’t in positions to be on a red carpet in Hollywood tonight enjoying this beautiful weather and all of these beautiful smiles and put those women in your womb and be pregnant with them and send them love.”

Will she grow her hair back? “I keep saying, ‘I’m not going to cut it again. I’m going to grow it out. But then I cut it yesterday because I was like, ‘It’s getting bushy.’”

On being compared to Bella & Katniss: “It’s totally flattering just to be compared to characters like that. Also, I don’t personally know Kristen or Jen but they both seem like strong, confident women and so I’ll take a comparison. That’s a compliment, right?”

Is she really this whimsical? “I try and do me,” says Woodley, who hugged every reporter on the red carpet. “I do what makes me happy, I suppose. So if people relate to that, that’s awesome.”

[From Time, People, E! Online & Hollywood Reporter]

I guess Shailene decided to stop trashing Twilight if she now thinks it’s “flattering” to be compared to Bella Swan. Someone at Summit must have had a word with their star.

What is going on with that stuff about being “pregnant with the world“? I don’t even know what that means. She’s talking about body appreciation, but does Shailene actually get into the bath and imagine herself pregnant with every other woman in the world? With the beautiful weather and the body as host of the mind and heart, and ugh. She’s sweet, but I just have to laugh. Shailene is the crazy roommate who “borrows” your bed pillows to knit herself leg warmers and save the world. What she says makes no sense at a certain point.

I look forward to seeing what this weekend brings for possible Divergent success. The movie will likely recoup its budget and qualify for a sequel. Rotten Tomatoes has it sitting at a 27% rotten rating, but that didn’t stop Twilight from taking all of the money.

Shailene Woodley

Shailene Woodley

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  1. Tiffany says:

    First Kristen Stewart was sullen and ungrateful and now we have Shalene who is too happy and positive. Good lord, we are a fickle bunch here at Celebitchy.

    • lovething says:

      Dont forget there was Jennifer Lawrence who is supposedly to down-to-earth or some such thing. Theres no winning for young actresses so they may as well just be themselves. Theo ofcourse can spend the next few years setting kittens on fire and still be treated like the most wonderfullest Prince that ever lived.

      • jinni says:

        I think the thing about JLaw is that after awhile she seemed wishy washy. Like she thought fat shaming should be outlawed, but than fat shamed Val Kilmer. She said she was a shy, socially awkward kid, but than in another interview said she was a class clown who’d do crazy things just for attention. Plus some were annoyed at how she said she’d never fall into that Hollywood stereotype of losing weight to fit in, but than some of her fans started to point out that she had become noticeably thinner than when she came on the scene.

        If Woodley starts talking about she only drinks Evian after talking about collecting spring water. Or something like that, people will start thinking her personality is nothing but a shtick too.

      • Lucy says:

        Just for the record, Theo seems like a genuinely cool guy. He’s charming, talented, intelligent, has a great sense of humor, and doesn’t seem to take himself nor his newfound fame seriously. I do agree with everything you and Tiffany said, though!

      • drea says:

        Haha, I know, right? Women are so much more critical of other women, but when it comes to men, oh no, we loooove all those little flaws.

      • lana86 says:

        @Drea – exactly, and it is sort of natural. Competition, jealousy, etc.

    • lunchcoma says:

      I’m guessing not everyone who dislikes Shailene also dislikes Kristen. I’m guessing there are also people who are fans of moderation.

      • Miffy says:

        I guess there are people just sick of every young actress needing a gimmick these days, be it being moody and lip-bitey, down to earth and junk food addicted or now this bit, saturating us all with her hippy earth pregnancy. Can’t an actress in her early 20s just be allowed to let their talent speak for itself?

      • randmanrandy says:

        I agree. I like Kristen’s sullen punkitude and I like Jennifer’s fun, down-to-earth personality; both very pretty and good actresses too. But this chick with all her pronouncements, yeesh. Sorry honey, you’re not all that.

      • valiantgirl says:

        Nope. I am finding myself disliking Shailene more with each interview she does. She just comes across as very sort preach to me. I have always liked Kristen. I think she has gotten a bad rap and carried most of the blame for her affair which I think is unfair considering she was the 22 year-old and not the 40 year old married guy. But Shailene…she irks.

      • Nerd Alert says:

        My god if people stopped making them do a hundred interviews a week to cover then we wouldn’t hear every stupid thought that runs through their vapid, early-twenties brains. Give ANY of these girls ten years and they will actually have something to talk about, but half as many people will want to listen because they’re “too old.”

        If you ask me, giving 20-year-olds this much attention is a mistake. For us and for her. We’re here analyzing a girl who really doesn’t understand the world. Odds are, she’ll look back at her pregnant bath ramblings and shudder, the way my mom shudders at her prom pictures from the 70′s. She sounds like a moron now but she’ll get better with age, just like most of us.

    • Tatjana says:

      I’ll take Kristen anyday. This one seems crazy.

      • Nicolette says:

        +1.

      • Camille (The Original) says:

        +2

        I was a fence sitter/not interested in her, but now she annoys the heck out of me. She gives me a serious case of the KStew eye rolls.

        Also, some of us are very large chested. If I stopped wearing a bra things would be very unpleasant- for everyone. Her comments are utterly ridiculous.

      • tracy says:

        I love that Kristen is just Kristen! Good, bad or indifferent Kristen is just, Shailene is just annoying. Please be quiet child! Please!

    • Meredith says:

      But Shalene is like that next door neighbour kid who discovered ’60′s hippy philosophy and now won’t shut up about it and thinks she invented it too. I know it’s a press tour but good lord, I wish this child would stop telling me (age 50+) how to be a woman. It’s getting annoying.

      • ~Z~ says:

        Aw, you don’t want to be pregnant with the world?
        ::sarcasm::

      • Sarah says:

        @ ~z~ : strangely enough, my biological clock got quieter, not louder, as I got older. By the time I hit my ’40′s, I would cringe as I walked by the maternity unit at the hospital on my way to my “women’s doctor” appointment. I also had the same strange reaction when I saw signs for “bridal shows”. Except I did love the chocolate fountains they had there! But no being pregnant with the world, thanks. I guess I’m just a wimp.

      • ~Z~ says:

        Well, kids are not for everyone, and I don’t find it to be wimpy at all! ♥
        You don’t need a wedding for a chocolate fountain either! =}

      • Mel says:

        SARAH – I don’t think it’a strange reaction at all.
        Then again, I never had one. A biological clock, that is. I think someone forgot to include it in the package… not that I ever missed it.
        And I totally get your cringing RE brides and bridal things.
        I cringed at them when I was six – I still cringe at them many, many, MANY years later.

    • Dommy Dearest says:

      I’d rather see thousands of articles about Kim and Kanye than see another about this twit. Just sayin.

    • happymama says:

      Like her! She’s smart and different!

    • Dedre says:

      I’m calling her ‘Not-JLaw’.

  2. lovething says:

    Shes a good combination of batshit crazy and a sweet soul. I love her.

    • jinni says:

      She is and I love her too. She makes me shake my head, smile and just laugh at the things she says.

    • LadyMTL says:

      I can’t say that I love her (not yet anyway) but I do like the fact that she seems like a sweet, hippie-dippie type…and I mean that in a good way.

    • Size Does Matter says:

      Prefect description. Completely batsh!t crazy but really means well. Or is she trolling? I’m so totally WTF over “be pregnant with the world” though that I’m going to have to stop reading her stories.

      • Nympha says:

        I’m so WTF over “be pregnant with the world” that I’m giggling uncontrollably. God. Maybe she is trolling after all.

    • MaiGirl says:

      Absolutely. She may be a bit nuts and annoying, but I prefer her loopy positivity to Miley’s coated tongue, Rihanna’s constant quest to get MOAR NEKKID, Kristen’s lip-biting “acting”, or Blake Lively’s vapidity any day. Pickings are slim among young female starts at the moment!

    • Vanessa says:

      I like her too. She’s cute.

    • Becky1 says:

      She’s funny. I love it-she reminds me a bit of myself when I was that age and in the middle of a big hippie know it all sort of phase. It’s amusing. As silly as she sounds I give her credit for being herself and not giving scripted answers.

  3. lunchcoma says:

    Aside from the pregnant with the world tripe, this is one of her less annoying interviews, and I can respect her attitude about people’s reaction to her.

    But then I got to the picture with the tongue, and I just can’t with this girl.

    • V4Real says:

      Why is C/B trying to make this girl a thing? I’m all for new blood on this site but she’s just not important enough but I guess she’s on her way. She’s another one that the media will push on us amd make it seems like she’s special and we should pay attention to her greatness.

      • lunchcoma says:

        Well, she does have a tentpole movie coming out in a few days, so I guess she makes for decent filler on days when there’s not much real gossip.

        If Divergent is a disappointment, then I think she’ll fade quietly back into the organic, all-natural background.

      • Dani2 says:

        She’s in three major movies this year – Divergent, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and The Fault In Our Stars.

      • ~Z~ says:

        Dani2~
        OMG The Fault In Our Stars?
        Um, that’s pretty hilarious and ironic!
        Perhaps all this talk is for that movie?

      • Camille (The Original) says:

        Ikr. She’s average to look at and the hippy schtick is irritating. As for her talent, well she doesn’t interest me enough to see her in anything and from what I have seen from the trailer for Divergent, her acting is blah, she has no on screen charisma and the movie looks like crap.

    • Seán says:

      @Dani2, Actually she was cut from The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Marc Webb, the director, wanted to streamline the story so Mary-Jane has got the boot from the sequel.

  4. Shelby says:

    Hate the pic with her stupid tongue hanging out…WHY do people do this for photographs?

  5. BendyWindy says:

    I like her. And the more I read, the more I like her. There. I said it.

  6. Elisabeth says:

    She’s so deep i can’t even see her anymore

  7. Damaris says:

    I’m in love with Shailene. Her advice doesn’t come from a place of self-righteousness. She’s so cute and hippie-ish.

    And that comment she made about giving your vagina some Vitamin D is something I’m willing to try.

    • S says:

      I love her too. She’s adorable. She reminds me of my 21 year old cousin who went off to college and came back this super hippie who started only buying her clothes at vintage stores, growing her food in a garden behind her house and exploring different religions. She got into hooping by the river and knitting in her spare time. She became this tiny hippie-sprite and it was really neat to see her journey into finding herself and discovering things outside of the “norm” of where and how she grew up. When you have family and friends that embrace your weirdness, it stops being weird and just who she is. She’s just being herself.

      • Wiffie says:

        Ha, i’m reading your comment about your cousin and think,”that’s not hippy-dippy! I do all those things! just missing ‘has cloth diaper sewing business’ and it’s me! ….. Wait… Am I hippy dippy?!? but i’m on gossip blogs! I have a nail art only instagram! that counts, right?

      • Sarah says:

        Sigh, I see there’s no changing your mind on this, is there? And yes, I’m sure your little cousin was a hoot. Sometimes seeing someone younger go through this reminds us that we too can find wonder in the everyday. I love the part about the knitting (as I knit too and have since age 10) but what does hooping by the river mean?

      • ~Z~ says:

        Hoo Ha~ing by the river in the sun? :lol:

      • Lana says:

        @S, That’s adorable! I was like that in collage, and only grew out of it because I had too. (Real life and all that. ;) )
        @Sarah, I think she means Hula Hooping.

      • S says:

        Haha yes, hula hooping… She does tricks and dances with them. Makes her own hula hoops and then adds fire to some of them, and now is part of an actual performing group of “hoopers”. They’re all neat hobbies, and actually I share a lot of them! It was just funny watching the complete transformation from upbeat surfer girl, to the mellowed out, pot head, hula hooper, Buddhist who only shops at Goodwill and consignment shops and subsists on berries and kale… and for all I know also suns her hoo-ha! ;)

      • jaye says:

        I like Shailene. She’s adorable. I don’t care that she’s uber-crunchy, she seems sweet and well meaning. I don’t think this is schtick or a gimmick, she seems really sincere.

  8. Grant says:

    I can’t help but love her for being so out there. There’s no one else quite like her, that’s for sure!

  9. Lucy says:

    She’s amazing. Also, this may sound immature, but I’m so freaking pissed at all those film critics in RT. Divergent was beautifully done, Shailene is FANTASTIC in it, and it turned out to be one of the best book-to-movie adaptations I’ve seen. It can actually stand on it’s own. Most of those reviews are ridiculous and it’s easy to tell they didn’t bother with trying to learn at least a thing or two about the story (let alone the author’s name). Looks like comparing it to every other movie adaptation under the sun will never get old, huh?

  10. PattyPyro says:

    She is young with an enthusiasm and outspokenness that can at times border on embarassing, but she has talent and i will take her over her twerking, molly-popping, segway-riding peers any day.

  11. Chinoiserie says:

    She is rather tiresome. If I had a friend like her in school I probably would be zoning out most of what she says. I know some people who think like her, and I understand that she is giving interviews where she is supposed to talk about herself, but I do think she overshares a bit. If she continues like this and the movie gets sequels people will think she is complely obnoxious when the third one comes out.

  12. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    This is insane of me and defies all logic, but she has worn me down and I’m actually starting to like her. I mean, I think she’s full of it a lot of the time, but I don’t know, she’s sort of that crazy little sister who’s always breaking your dolls but means well so you just put up with it.

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      She’s a good egg… a good, very annoying egg.
      ..but I still prefer her hippy-stank to a lot of the other vapid, soulless starlets we see out there.

    • blue marie says:

      I thought the same thing Goodnames.. She made me laugh at “being pregnant with the world” She’s cute.

    • Liv says:

      She didn’t win me over yet, but I’m starting to just feel neutral about her. I think she is totally over the top with her hippie talk – even though I agree with some of her points – but I have to agree with Kitten that she’s harmless and not a bad person. She’s just a bit hypocritical: ;-)

      Do you remember that she said she wouldn’t own a smartphone? Just saw these pictures…
      http://cdn03.cdn.justjared.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/woodley-salad/shailene-woodley-salad-before-flying-02.jpg

      • Jessica says:

        I’m the opposite. I was neutral and now in annoyed with the constant coverage of her ridiculous quotes.

      • Sarah says:

        OMG. She must have been holding it for a friend :) Isn’t that what kids say when their parents catch them smoking a cigarette?? “It’s not mine, mom, I was just holding it for my friend”.

      • Liv says:

        Haha, exactly Sarah!! :-D

    • What annoys me is the way she talks–not what she’s saying precisely. To me it seems like she’s trying to sound, I don’t know, wise, mysterious, use a lot of ‘cool’ sounding words, etc. It just feels fake because she isn’t talking ‘normally’….but I don’t know her, so I don’t know if she talks like this all the time.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        She definitely has that obnoxious smugness of youth. At first, she was really annoying me, REALLY annoying me, and the things she said yesterday made my eyes roll back in my head so far I could almost see behind me. But I don’t know what happened, I just sort of gave in and thought, “who is she really hurting? Sure, there will be a lot of followers with sun burned hoo has and stomach aches from drinking clay, and she doesn’t know an isotope from a neuron, but there are worse than that around.” And she seems so positive and delighted with herself and her little world. You know it can’t last. She’s going to find out that she doesn’t know everything and a unicorn is going to bite her and she’ll get poison ivy on her whatever she’s exposing to the sun next, and it will be kind of a shame. Maybe my snark just got exhausted by her, or I’m just being lazy. But today, I sort of like her.

  13. ~Z~ says:

    Her ultimate beauty secret (beyond sunshine vadge): “Get in a bath and look at your body and be like, ‘Wow, thank you so much for hosting my mind and my heart,’ like as women you know, and also be pregnant with the world. I think that’s really beautiful beauty advice, like, close your eyes and think about all of the other women out there who aren’t in positions to be on a red carpet in Hollywood tonight enjoying this beautiful weather and all of these beautiful smiles and put those women in your womb and be pregnant with them and send them love.”

    OMG STOP JUST STOP
    So much bullsh*t.

    • Meme says:

      Much too much BS. She sounds insane.

    • Nicolette says:

      I know. I just can’t with this girl already. Don’t forget that while you’re pregnant with all the women of the world and sending them love you should give your vag a nice sunbath in the process.

    • I Choose Me says:

      You know at first I was like STFU but now I want her to keep talking just to be able to read/hear what happy, loopy philosophy comes out of her mouth next. Damnit! She’s growing on me.

  14. Patricia says:

    OK the bra thing: I would totally go braless but it’s uncomfortable. I have a full C cup and large nipples and when I’m not wearing a bra I hate the feeling of bumping into things. Sounds silly but I bump my nips into a lot of things lol. Also it’s just uncomfortable to not have the support of at least a sports bra.
    So even though I was raised by hippies I’ll never be a “true” hippie boohooo because I wear a bra at all times except when sleeping :P

    • ~Z~ says:

      Agree. I cannot stand it when mine are bouncing all over (and sagging!). I find that wearing slightly tight undershirts for being around the house feels very comfortable and keeps them in check too! Sometimes even sport bras are just uncomfortable.

      • Sarah says:

        Again to harp on my age (52), I saw myself naked in the mirror this morning and saggy boobs indeed! I was never much for wearing bras (B cup) except that I didn’t like my nipples being visible through clothes. But now I have those National Geographic jungle-women-who-never-wore-a-bra sagging boobs and that’s something to think about for you younger girls. I pray to God they don’t reach my waist by the time I die :(

      • ~Z~ says:

        LMAO Sarah! I’m 49 next week….
        I find that straight on looking in the mirror is okay, not too bad, but that side view is SCARY and nasty as hell!!! I also have icky back fat, and I am average size, not huge at all.
        I’m a 38DD, and luckily they aren’t as saggy as I would have imagined (yet!), but they are very much in the way!

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      I can’t go without a bra because of bounce and chafe. Ouch. But I really didn’t understand her point about the bra. She said she was wearing one, but we should look at things differently and shift our paradigms or whatever. So we should rethink wearing one? Is that what she meant?

  15. Nance says:

    Nothing she could say would made me watch THIS movie.

  16. Debb says:

    She is the female equivalent of Emile Hersch.
    Please. Shut. Your. Mouth.

  17. magpie says:

    They are so not hitting hit.

  18. AlmondJoy says:

    Hmmm so I’m guessing Shailene posts will be an every day thing now… I thinks she’s a cool and quirky kid, I have no problem with her 😊So many horrible celebs we can bag on lol can’t see myself getting worked up over the words of someone my nephew’s age 😉

  19. Marianne says:

    Can you please stop posting about Shailene for awhile? I can only take so much.

    • Latisse says:

      That’s ridiculous. LOL. Just stop clicking.

    • Ash says:

      I want to stop reading about her, but she’s such a dumbass that I can’t look away. I love laughing at her stupidity, keep these fun articles coming!

  20. Abby says:

    Wasn’t she just hamming up her friendship with Jen last week???

    “I asked Jennifer Lawrence, ‘Are you happy with your choice to take on The Hunger Games?’ And she said she wouldn’t change it for the world. She told me, ‘There are some things — don’t make a sex tape, don’t do drugs, don’t do things in public — that you wouldn’t want other people judging you for. But this is the best decision you’ll ever make.’”

    Does she really know her? Did this convo go down during one of her acid trips? pathological? forgetful?

    • lunchcoma says:

      Neither. She said she sent Jennifer an email. They probably have a common acquaintance who passed along Jennifer’s information, and as loopy as Shailene is, it makes sense to ask another actress in similar circumstances for advice.

    • T.C. says:

      She also said she was insecure as a teenager about being skinny, having long legs and thick hair. Now she’s all mad that society likes those features. Oy!

  21. Talie says:

    I think she’s harmless and entertaining — I just hope people don’t take her advice too seriously. Some of the things she advocates for need a bit more research.

  22. HHazel says:

    I think she is just trying SO HARD to be different and I liked her more when she wasn’t being so… whatever this is.

    Ugh I didn’t understand why her and Theo were going the twilight route, should have known the critics didn’t like the film and now they need the fangirling fangirls to get invested. SHEO FOREVER!!!!!!

  23. Kelly says:

    ” like, close your eyes and think about all of the other women out there who aren’t in positions to be on a red carpet in Hollywood tonight enjoying this beautiful weather and all of these beautiful smiles and put those women in your womb and be pregnant with them and send them love”

    ????

    Easy on the drugs there, darling.

  24. bettyrose says:

    Shut.Up.

  25. Jessica says:

    Shailene, get me the fuck out of your womb.

    What does that even mean? Be pregnant with the world, hold all the world’s women in your womb? WTF?

    • ~Z~ says:

      Pretty sure it means “Ill definitely be quoted on this shiz….”

    • Nympha says:

      Lol!

    • Nerd Alert says:

      I’m so sick of women being reduced to pregnancy and vaginas. Ugh. There’s more to being a woman than having a damn baby and nurturing your vag. Probably because half my articles are about pregnancy and I never want children lol.

      That said, I buy her dippy hippie crap as the real thing. My mom’s the same way. Difference is, my mom knows when to STFU because 95% of the world doesn’t want to hear it.

  26. salma says:

    Annoying as hell

  27. Karen says:

    So harsh, geez.

    Awe, I think she’s a genuinely sweet girl. I don’t think she’s trying hard to be “different” at all – I definitely think this is who she is and can’t hide it.

  28. Nymeria says:

    Quite a few women are unkind and / or shallow; why would I want to commune with them in any way, shape, or form?

    What if I’m a philanthrope who’s had a hysterectomy? Does that negate the mental exercise Woodley prescribes?

    Can Woodley spell “logic”? I’m assuming the answer is a resounding “No,” as first she herped and then she derped.

  29. Sarah says:

    Starting to really see why she was cut from the Spiderman 2 movie. I don’t see Emma Stone getting along with this insufferable twit at all.

  30. Hannah says:

    This girl makes me laugh. She’s very faddish. Also, her hair looks greasy so maybe she is someone who needs to shampoo more often.

  31. RedWeatherTiger says:

    Already sick to death of this girl. I thought only a Lohan could make me want to hit a virtual stranger in the face with my shoe, but no…lil miss Shailene here has done it, too!

  32. andypandy says:

    Someone trying way too hard to be the next J-Law

  33. angie says:

    so sick of this girl
    she is way too overexposed and she isn’t even that talented
    she ain’t nothing special and divergent seem like a horrible movie

  34. Aslaugh says:

    She is absolutely NUTS and I can’t wait for her advice on breastfeeding until the child is 9 years of age..

  35. amanda says:

    I find her entertaining. She’s pretty crunchy, but at least she’s not your usual vapid starlet type. I like that she’s saying nutty hippie stuff to reporters. It’s kind of fun. At the very least, it’s something different.

  36. Alright then says:

    This girl is 2 loonies and a toonie. Just. Stop. Talking.

  37. corn on the cob says:

    I’m pregnant with taco bell. And when I get into the bathtub, I’m grateful that my hairs didn’t plug up my bathtub.

  38. Mitch Buchanan Rocks! says:

    She looks like a perfect mix of Jennifer Lopez and Jennifer Lawrence.

  39. JaneS says:

    Cute but unoriginal shtick.

    It’s designed to elicit a ‘Oh I have a friend who is JUST like that and she’s adorb’ or for the more self-obsessed ‘Oh I am JUST like that’ reaction which makes people think she is just like them. It’s supposed to make her more ‘relatable’ so women will go watch her films thinking they are supporting a kindred spirit.

    2014′s JLaw. Yeah, seen it before and it wasn’t original then. They’re all variations – IMO – of the master, Lucille Ball, who pioneered this persona.

  40. cerebralmind says:

    @Nymeria – I don’t associate with those type of females either. I can see them a mile away, and it’s more than a “few”. This young lady is harmless to me. I think she’s adorable. I was hippy-dippy at 16. I get it. She’s young. She’ll probably be into something else a year from now. I was always trying something new at that age (and I still do just not as frequently…it was like every week back then). My mom hated when I went through my vegan phase. She also hated when I got my eyebrow pierced and had burgandy streaks in my hair (and hated me smoking cigarettes and weed), but she and my dad allowed me to express myself (I love them for that). @ S – I get your cousin. I’ve been there.

  41. Ash says:

    Every time this girl speaks I have to facepalm. Like, just hearing the words that come out of her mouth, I get the worst case of secondhand embarrassment. She’s a pro at spewing bullsh!t and is climbing to the top of my “most obnoxious” list. Sorry not sorry, this girl is a fool.

  42. Ash says:

    Omg and put that tongue away!!!!!! Stop before you become like miley Cyrus! I don’t even like Shailene much but good lord I would wish that on anyone. There’s no one more gross than Cyrus, I’ll keep listening to your hippie bullshit all you want but please…no more tongue pictures girl.

  43. drea says:

    Well, at least her tongue looks healthy and, unlike Miley’s, does not seem to require the twice-daily use of a tongue scraper.

  44. I'm With The Band says:

    Ugh. This is the second interview with her that I’ve read and I’ve now decided – no. Just no. She’s so fecking annoying and I won’t be clicking in any links about her again.

  45. Myfoley says:

    I am 40 wks pregnant right now. Pretty sure I AM pregnant with the world. Girl, you have obviously never been pregnant before bc at this stage of the game, it suuuuucks!

  46. Mrs Odie says:

    She reminds me of an exuberant little puppy and I like it.

  47. Caroline says:

    Interesting girl.

  48. MisJes says:

    This chick. What is she smoking, and where can I get some?

  49. goodwolfe21 says:

    I think Shailene and the TPTB are pushing way too hard to make her the “next big thing”. Until very recently, most people weren’t even familiar with who she was. Lately there’s been sort of a publicity overload with numerous interviews and talk of the big movies she’s in which is supposed to impress us. I don’t feel this girl has 1/10 of the natural charisma and attractiveness, or any of the luck and timing of Jennifer Lawrence. Jennifer is a very good actress, but she has also either fallen into or chosen the perfect roles for herself, and at just the right time. I also think Kristen Stewart will be just fine. Despite her awkwardness, she is talented, and comes across as real & genuine, which will definitely benefit her in the long run. She’s never glib with just the right thing and/or something cute to say, and we can appreciate her for that. As for others still waiting in the wings for their big break; Mia Wasikowska and Saoirse Ronan are among several others that are all more deserving.

  50. Emily C. says:

    I don’t want to be in her womb ;_;

    A little of her goes a loooong way. She seriously needs to go to college. I think she’s a very curious person who wants to learn, but all she has in Hollywood is this New Agey hippie dippie junk. And she’s thoroughly condescending, which does not help.

  51. Shailene is Nuts says:

    “…close your eyes and think about all of the other women out there who aren’t in positions to be on a red carpet in Hollywood tonight enjoying this beautiful weather and all of these beautiful smiles and put those women in your womb and be pregnant with them and send them love.”

    What. The. Actual. F—.