Shailene Woodley: ‘I don’t think I’ve eaten McDonalds since I was nine’

Shailene Woodley

Here are some photos of Shailene Woodley at the UK premiere of Divergent. She’s wearing a blue Stella McCartney gown with a deep v-neck and cut-outs in the back. This design is unforgiving for all but the slimmest of bodies. Shailene has the body for this dress (any dress, really) even though she’s gone too mature yet again. She’s a 22-year-old young woman who’s promoting a young-adult film franchise. I’m not sure why she’s dressing like a 40-year-old screen siren. The fabric looks so cheap and nightgown-y. That’s probably the crowning Stella touch on this dress. Stella usually designs dresses that look cheap. The gold armlet is a decent touch even though it doesn’t belong here.

Kate Winslet went more classic with a black Jenny Packham dress. Kate looks exhausted, but I’ll give her a break since she just had a little Bear baby. I’ve also included photos of author Veronica Roth and Theo James (who still does nothing for me). Here are some excerpts from a few new Shailene interviews. She clears up the mysterious cellphone issue. There’s plenty of hippie-chick goodness to be had with these excerpts:

That phone? Not hers. “I haven’t left any trails. I’m just moving around, staying with different friends. I live out of a suitcase by choice. I’ve never really wanted possessions or stuff. I even got rid of my phone although now I have one again,” she says wryly, holding up the cell phone that Summit Entertainment insists she carries while conducting a month-long global press tour.

Why a film franchise? “Money has never been my motivation. With a big franchise like this, you commit yourself to three years of work. Also, you could see how it affected Kristen Stewart and Jennifer Lawrence and I just wasn’t sure that’s what I wanted. But I finally realised, ‘Dude, I’m making a creative decision based on fear,’ and that’s not how I want to live my life. I want to feel empowered and to make creative decisions based on artistry, not fear. Yeah, that’s right. Funny.”

If the fame disappeared: “I am interested in herbalism and indigenous cultures and am just very passionate about the earth. I could live in the wilderness. At the moment I’m passionate about food and the process of growing it, eating it and seeing how your body reacts. I don’t think I’ve eaten McDonalds since I was nine.”

Shooting the ferris wheel scene: “It was such a special night. It was the third full moon of the year, and it was a supermoon, and supermoons are very powerful. So to watch it go across the sky as we were climbing up and down this ladder for 12 hours, it was magical. It was so romantic.”

Divergent was her hardest movie to film: “I was in every single scene and worked every single day, so there was no time for breaks and no time for really anything but Tris for five and a half months straight, which was just emotionally tiring and intense. I love being physically active, but being physically active in costumes in 20-degree weather is very different than going on a hike in Los Angeles.”

She took two months off before this tour: “I spent time with my friends and myself, to get to know this new chapter in my life. I feel like a woman for the first time. It’s interesting going through these shifts where you feel like you have actually become the person that you wanted to be.”

[From Independent & Hero Complex]

The part about the supermoon is hilarious! This girl provides so much unintentional humor. I (as a distant blogger) don’t dislike her, but I doubt I could be friends with her in real life. She’d be too much to handle on a regular basis. She also wouldn’t approve of my first-world lifestyle. When the apocalypse happens, I’ll last long enough to outrun a few zombies. Then I’ll die of dehydration. I do agree with her about McDonalds. That stuff is crap. Don’t try and sell me on their iceberg lettuce salads with a few morsels of romaine.

Remember that discussion about Shailene’s clay-eating habit, which she promises will remove all of the metals from your toxic bod? Doctors are speaking out to warn people against jumping on that bandwagon. Lest one ends up with an iron deficiency. Crikey.

Shailene Woodley

Kate Winslet

Theo James

Photos courtesy of WENN

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  1. erindipity says:

    I’m just gonna say it: that girl is so annoying. I want to like her, but I just can’t.

    • ray says:

      cant wait for this divergent thing to be done. i wish she would just shut up.

    • Moec1 says:

      YES! I wish she would just shut up. Soooo annoying.

    • mom2two says:

      I am with you erindipity…I really want to like her but she drives me batty with some of the stuff she says. The whole clay thing? I don’t care that she doesn’t eat Mc Donald’s and hasn’t since she was 9 (probably more her parents decision at that time then hers)…to each their own. I am not going judge people by whether or not they eat Mc Donalds…life is too short and you like what you like.

      Bedhead, I am glad I am not alone with my “I don’t get it” about Theo James. I mentioned that on FB and you would have thought I ran over some people’s cat on purpose. That guy seriously looks like a trapped man doing the promotion for these movies. Either promotion is not his forte or he needs to act happier about it.

    • Hiddles forever says:

      I came to post to say the exact same thing.. She is so annoying that I would like to slap her picture hard and say stfu!

    • mata says:

      I’m another one on the “she’s annoying” train. I really can’t stand her and I can’t put my finger on exactly why I have such a strong dislike. At this point, just seeing her face gets on my nerves.

      • QQ says:

        Chooo Chhoooo all aboard The “SHUT UP GIRL” express with destination to Forgetyouville ready to depart!

    • Tatjana says:

      Yep, me too. It’s her lifestyle and that’s great, but she seems so preachy about it.

    • Dommy Dearest says:

      No one cares. Seriously NO ONE CARES. This girl makes me pull a Kanye in all I want to do is yell in caps. Seriously I like Kimye better than this girl. I haven’t had McDonalds in years but you don’t see me preaching about it. Next she’ll be talking about why farting is bad for the Ozone layer. Let this girl be done with her 15 minutes PLEASE.

  2. Erinn says:

    Good for her. I eat McD’s once every few weeks. It’s horrible for me, and I shouldn’t do it – but the occasional Big Mac, or chicken wrap isn’t the end of the world.

    • Marnie says:

      McDonald’s Sweet Chili Chicken Wrap has seen my intake of fast food increase, but I still only eat it once every few weeks. Everything in moderation!

  3. ALJsMom says:

    I had never even heard of this girl until a few weeks ago. Who is she and why is she being shoved down our throats all of the sudden?

    • Hiddles forever says:

      Because every now and then we must endure all these starlets that they are considered as the New IT girl and their representatives send all the most incredible rubbish to online outlets to see if we like them..

      That is the wrong strategy I guess… If anything, I am now avoiding the movies this lady is in because I can’t stand her anymore even though I have never seen her acting!

      Shailene, change your PR team, really!

      • PattyPyro says:

        Nobody is forcing you to read about her. I always skip past posts about people who irritate me or whose name doesn’t ring a bell. It even saves the time of having to post a negative comment ;-)

      • Hiddles forever says:

        Don’t be silly, my comments are here to inspire wishful thinking.. maybe many negative comments = no articles anymore. Just checking the homepage and seeing her face annoys me :P

    • Dommy Dearest says:

      My guess, they are trying to make her like Jen Law. I find Jen to be irritating but she isn’t as shoved in your face as this girl has been. I’m SO happy they cut her from Spider-Man 2.

      • Lucinda says:

        I like Jennifer Lawrence but this girl annoys me. I decided I finally understood why JLaw could be so annoying to some people. But maybe I’m wrong. Maybe this girl really is just too much. Or I’m too old. I don’t know.

  4. aims says:

    There’s nothing like a hot McDonald’s French fry. They’re delicious.

    • MisJes says:

      Except for a 30c Soft Serve Cone!

      …I’ll be right back.

    • j.eyre says:

      A Big Mac is still the best hangover cure on the planet.

    • Nicolette says:

      Rarely eat McDonalds anymore. But when we take a road trip and get out of NYC I have to have it. For some reason, it tastes so much better in locations out of the city. Other places put some mustard on the burgers so I don’t know if that’s what makes the difference, but it’s always a must have on the drive up to Maine.

      • Kiddo says:

        I don’t eat McDonald’s either. Sadly, I have the opposite reaction while traveling. You’re right that there is often a lack of options, but when I have junk food on the road, it makes me feel doubly sick.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        Me too, Kiddo. I had a bean and cheese burrito at Taco Bell on a road trip last year, thinking it would be so simple and therefore harmless? It made me feel so nauseaous. Not helpful on the road!

        If I am going to do a fast food burger, In and Out is the way to go. Very fresh and they treat their employees well.

      • idk says:

        I don’t eat McDonald’s that much, but when I”m travelling it’s always a familiar taste and it’s not expensive. I have eaten McDonald’s in at least 5 countries, and the only thing that may be a bit different is the amount of salt on the fries. Other than that, it has always tasted the same to me. I guess it’s just personal experience.

      • kimber says:

        For whatever reason the quality of mcdonalds in big cities is really low. I travel with my husband who’s a junk food junkie and he always notices the mcd’s in Montana or Wisconsin have better quality beef and chic sandwiches than in L.A. , Sacramento or Portland. We chalked it up to more people home cooking in small town america than cities so it’s more noticeable on taste buds that the food is god awful so they send the “good stuff” to those areas???

      • Tiffany :) says:

        Kimber, I really disagree that you will find more home cooking in small towns. The small town where I am from is in a state that is greatly supported by the “agriculture” business…which has turned into the “processed food” business. The midwest’s food culture has been hijacked by Big Agro, corn syrup, corn starch, and processed soy products.

        In LA where I currently live, there is a big effort to appeal to those who want fresh food. There is a huge demand for fresh food. Chains like Wahoos, In and Out and Chipotle use locally sourced ingredients. Poquito Mas is also very fresh and has a farmers market option weekly (their slogan is “We don’t make fast food, we make fresh food as fast as we can”), etc.

        But mostly, I think people in LA know that if they want good food they should go to a SMALL local business. The Mom-and-Pop places out here THRIVE, especially compared to the midwest. In LA I think more locals will go to small restaurants, instead of nation-wide chains that do not prioritize freshness.

    • We Are All Made of Stars says:

      Dang straight. There’s a subtle interplay of salt and I-know-not-what to a McDonald’s french fry. Give me a dollar menu fries and a filet-o-fish. They are the only two things I ever eat there. I go once every few months when my mouth is experiencing the undeniable flavor of a McD’s fry. I can’t believe my aunt likes Burger King! *shudder*

      • CatJ says:

        McDonalds coats the fries in sugar before they fry them so that they come out the right colour, and, of course are addictive.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        Cat, is correct. There is sugar in there. The fat-sugar-salt combo is like crack to your brain. It triggers pleasure centers in your brain instead of the feeling-full part.

      • idk says:

        I love Burger King veggie burgers…not a big fan of their fries though.

    • kristiner says:

      Eh, it’s all about the Whataburger. Best fries ever!

      I quit MickeyD’s when I found out the nuggets were compressed chicken parts and they came out with those “now introducing WHITE MEAT chicken nuggets” WTF???? The chicken was white before! If that wasn’t white meat WTMF was it?

    • Nikki L. says:

      I know right? This reminds me, I have to go get a burger now, HA.

  5. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    She’s a woman now. Oh. A woman who refuses to get a place of her own because she doesn’t want possessions. A woman who just stays with friends and uses THEIR possessions. A woman who needs to grow up, step up and shut up.

  6. mia girl says:

    Theo James’ expression in the first picture is hysterical.
    Its like his hands are saying’ “yes, these are my co-stars and I really like them”
    But his eyes are saying “please help me escape!”

    • Liv says:

      And the studio wanted to sell us they are a couple! Their body language is so awkward. I guess he just doesn’t get her spirit/nature persona! ;-)

  7. Abbott says:

    I think she’s refreshing.

    How is Theo doing nothing for you??? I’d pay $12 to see him furrow his brow and stomp purposefully around for two hours. Again. That guy is truly a find. Sometimes the photos don’t do the guy justice.

    • MisJes says:

      I just realised he’s the hot Party Rep from The Inbetweener’s Movie. I might go see this movie now…yum!

    • Nympha says:

      IDK, he does nothing for me also. And what’s with his ridiculous postures and facial expressions? UGH.

  8. bettyrose says:

    No one should eat MacDonalds. I do hope she gets to live her earth mother dream when her career dries up five minutes after this franchise ends.

  9. erindipity says:

    She COULD be refreshing, Abbott, were it not for Goodnamesalltaken’s point. And the fact that she’s CONSTANTLY throwing how “different” she is in everyone’s face. How about trying to relate a little bit, chickadee???

    • Shannon1972 says:

      Exactly. These younger starlets don’t realize that the public likes to find something they can relate to. This one is just “out there”, and though I am totally on board with the herbs and environmental stuff, I find her tone to be a bit holier-than-thou. Maybe it’s just the way she is coming across in print, but I don’t see her finding a rabid fan base like JLaw and even Kristin Stewart did. The YA franchise is no longer a novelty.

  10. This is the best that Kate Winslet has looked in FOREVER. She needs to not lose any weight at all–she looks much softer.

    Also–I know McDonalds is full of crap/chemicals/rat tails—but god. Their french fries and Big Mac are to die for…good thing I’m broke and can’t eat there whenever I want.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      Yeah, about once a year, I just have to risk it.

    • Tatjana says:

      Kate look amazing.

      Is it this dress or is Shailene’s upper body a bit boxy?

    • We Are All Made of Stars says:

      I must admit that while the picture was loading I took a quick look at it and thought it was Madonna. I think it’s the super-light wavy hair and white skin.

    • mom2two says:

      Honestly, I think Kate is a million times more beautiful then Shailene and Theo. She looks gorgeous!

  11. Hillshmill says:

    I think it’s really dangerous for people who have no scientific or medical education to be spouting off extreme dietary ‘miracle’ cures. People need to get their health info from doctors, not starlets.

    • Kiddo says:

      It seems to have become a thing, hasn’t it?. No one needs an education or credentials, nor citation of research, they simply need only to regard themselves as experts, after having some degree of fame. Let’s just slap a PhD or MD after Paltrow, McCarthy, Winfrey and Diaz’s (amongst others) last name. What the hell, why not?

      • Shannon1972 says:

        Seriously. And some of the things they are touting are downright dangerous. Don’t even get my pediatrician started on Jenny McCarthy. He’s a very mild mannered man, but her name will bring on a rant like I’ve never seen from him. A bit of fame makes these people think they are smarter than the rest of us. It’s crazy.

      • Nympha says:

        Many are experts not only in the medical field, but also in politics, sociology and so on. Truly ridiculous.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        Yeah but I’m of the mindset that if you get your health and dietary info from an actress, then you deserve to deal with the health repercussions.

      • Kiddo says:

        @TheOriginalKitten. No question, but their advice and opinions are often more far reaching than experts because of their exposure. Sometimes, as in the case of inoculations, the dangers expand beyond the individual’s own peril and put the crowd at risk.

    • Nympha says:

      This! And also definitely not from the internet (especially if there are no links to the reliable sources). All kinds of charlatans and know-it-all psychos out there. I have a friend who was very much into raw vegan food a couple of years ago and she would repost all kinds of related stuff on the local facebook-like site, I got curious and read some of that. Good grief, so many bold statements without any proof or anything, it was actually rather scary that people would believe all that so blindly. Anyway, there was a description of some drastic measure, and after that a reassurance, like, “it’s okay that your urine will get really dark, it means that all that was bad in your body is coming out”. YEAH RIGHT. I remembered it instantly after reading about Shailene and her friend who was scared that she smelled like metal after clay-eating, and how they calmed down after reading somewhere on the net that it was totaly okay and that “bad metals were leaving the body”.

    • IzzyB says:

      I know so many people who go on a diet because a celebrity did it. I’ve lost count of the times I’ve had to warn people about dangerous fad diets. They ignored me, of course.

      • Xantha says:

        Well maybe they’ll listen if you weren’t so cynical all the time Daria! ;)

        But yeah this “It’s all evil” attitude to mainstream medicine and science is getting on my last nerve. That’s how the Jenny McCarthys of the world are able to spread their fearmongering nonsense.

  12. ~Z~ says:

    By all means, PLEASE GO live in the wilderness.
    And for someone who thinks fat is sexy (Yes, she actually said that), she is skinny as can possibly be.
    Fat is sexy , and $$$ is not her motivation…..
    Can’t she come up with some slightly more believable BULLSH*T?

  13. Lydia says:

    I didn’t eat McD’s for like 10 years. Then I ended up getting a #1 (Big Mac) meal out of necessity when I got stuck in the middle of nowhere. It was delicious!

    • nenou says:

      just like Jenifer Aniston!!! But she got a stomach ache afterwards

      • Well, Lydia didn’t have a ‘purified system’, so that’s why her stomach didn’t rebel…..

      • Shannon1972 says:

        Actually, that Jen Aniston thing happened to me too. I had Burger King a few years ago at a highway rest stop, and my stomach killed me afterwards. Full on pain. I’m not a “clean eater”, but I guess if you aren’t used to eating fast food, it can upset your system. It was sad – as a kid, I loved nothing more than a Burger King hamburger with ketchup and extra pickles. What a let down.

      • idk says:

        Shannon1972

        It may have been how your food was prepared. Fast Food kitchens are not the cleanest and the workers (not all) aren’t the most caring when it comes to food handling. There have been many news stories regarding this matter. Also, those machines where soda, ice cream and shakes come out of are rarely cleaned. There is bacteria all over those things.

      • Crank says:

        Shannon-
        I’m the same way with certain fast foods. I now try to eat at home as much as possible, but do fast food about once every 3 or 4 weeks…some certain fast foods just make my stomach feel awful for a good 12-24 hours, even though I used to eat them with no problem 3 or 4 years ago. I think it’s just from not being used to it as much, it’s like a shock to our stomachs…even though it tastes amazing :) .

  14. Darkladi says:

    I remember when I knew everything too. Ah 22.

    • Elle Kaye says:

      And there it is…she is very young. I know a few people around that age, and they are out to save the world from the rest of us commercialized folks. They chose not to bathe too much, possessions don’t matter, all natural is best (the weirder the better), adults don’t understand…the typical rant against the machine. Their rebellions are 60′s inspired, although they think they invented this wheel.

      Youth gives you this amazing sense of, “I know what I’m doing” Now that I’m older, I am proud to say that I am winging it most days.

  15. eliza says:

    She and Paltrow need to pal around with their insufferable food advice and then influence the other in their stance on material possessions. The dynamic would be hilarious.

    P.S I love McDonald’s and I do not care who knows it!

  16. Patricia says:

    I think she’s very earth-bound. The way that she notices the moon and enjoys its passage across the sky, her interest in the earth and indigenous cultures, that she even knew it was the third full moon that year, etc. makes me realize that she, like me, sees the world and her life through the lens of relationships to the earth.
    I’m earthbound and sometimes people have acted like I’m strange because I notice when certain plants will bloom, and know why animals behave in certain ways, and remember trees more than landmarks. I am always oriented in the woods and often disoriented in paved man-made places.
    Some people are born like this. It has been called “nature intelligence”. She isn’t being pretentious, she is just talking about the world the way she sees it. Food is earth-bound to her and I get that. I feel healthier if I eat a strawberry right from my own yard and I also never eat McDonalds, I just find myself being too aware of how unnatural the food is, especially the way the poor animals are raised.

    • bettyrose says:

      Patricia … do your earthbound ways also call upon you to rake in $$ while poo pooing wealth? How about dieting/exercising to extremes to achieve Hollywood standards while preaching an earthy lifestyle you don’t actually follow? Her answers are scripted nonsense.

    • We Are All Made of Stars says:

      You sound like a really cool person.

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      Yeah I have a lot of “earthbound” friends. They’re just genuinely good people who hold tight to their beliefs.
      I don’t mistake their passion for preachiness, although they might be the exception in that sense.

      I don’t know…Shailene doesn’t enrage me the way she does others around here. Maybe because I see her way of life as overall pretty admirable, although I do see the slight hypocrisy in what Bettyrose pointed out. Eh….I’d smoke a bowl with her. *shrugs*

    • paranormalgirl says:

      I’m earthbound, too. But I’m also a medical doctor, so I know not to eat clay. I do oil pulling, but only 5 minutes a day. I am a believer in homeopathic medicine but would never discount modern medicine. I like Shailene. She’s OK. She’s just very passionate about her lifestyle.

      • Kiddo says:

        I respect the Earth. I can’t say I’m ‘earthbound’ other than that I really can’t leave the planet Earth. Upstream I was railing on the trend of celeb advice in general, but since I know nothing about Shailene, it wasn’t specific to her. I have no intentions of eating clay, although I’m sure I’ve inadvertently eaten dirt from time to time, having my hands in urban containers filled with plants.

    • Elle Kaye says:

      I’ve never heard the term “earth-bound.” I grew up in the country and spent my life outdoors. We had gardens and our water was from a spring. I know plants and when the bloom because I planted them, and you stagger plantings. I know the moons, the Leonids, the Persieds, and any number of celestial events because the night sky is fascinating when you can see it lit up at night. That is the beauty of living where there is no light pollution.

      Your comments really made me stop and think. For me it was a way of life from the time I was born. It is instilled in me. It made me who I am. I live in the suburbs near a larger city now, but the country will always be home…and nature will always be my haven. But for some people, perhaps they were not born to it. It is acquired, and therefore it is a wonderment. I can understand and appreciate that. What you call earth-bound, I call home. But whatever it is called, it is a wonderful feeling of contentment.

      Thanks for allowing me to see it through another person’s eyes.

      • homegrrrl says:

        I’m disoriented in cities too. I’ve taught my son to love the night sky and the cycles of our earth in relationship to our solar system. We don’t eat fast food and have a garden. I used to think myself a simpleton because I have zero urban affinity. I’m so Happy this nature orientation is become a trend. My parents fled nyc and I was born in the mtns. Until 10.years ago, it lonely out here!

  17. GrumpyCat says:

    She needs a good publicist; she is dangerously close to having a negative brand impact from all these annoying soundbites from interviews. Girl we get it. You are a weird hippy. Blah blah blah ad nauseum. Enough already!

  18. ~Z~ says:

    When will she start making her own gowns out of hemp?

  19. Dedre says:

    I’m tired of not-JLaw. Can you please stop covering her?

  20. MonicaQ says:

    So she hasn’t eaten McD’s since she was 9? Does she want a cookie?

    Wait, she probably won’t have that either.

    Look, I get that fast food is bad for you. I went to Panera and got a salad and a smoothie. Ten bucks. Went to taco bell and got a grande pack for my brother and his best friend. Ten bucks. A dollar a taco. Some people are broke and it’s what they can afford, not necessarily what’s healthiest.

    • Bedhead says:

      Panera IS very overpriced. Even though their bread and salads are so good, I usually eat there only once every few months! Eating out is just expensive no matter what.

  21. Jaded says:

    I’m sorry but she’s a walking bag of hypocrisy. On the one hand she’s spouting how she doesn’t want money, not interested in fame, wants to live off the earth, yadda yadda, then she sashays down the red carpet in designer gowns doing the whole Hollywood schtick, posing and looking quite thrilled with herself. However her words are contradicting her career goals and all the fooferall surrounding it. I doubt very much that these roles are just landing in her lap, she’s actively seeking a movie career and all that comes with it.

    • erindipity says:

      SO this!

    • Nicolette says:

      Bingo.

    • Shannon1972 says:

      Yep. Exactly this.

    • T.C. says:

      My favorite is this chick claiming she signed up for a YA franchise for “artistic reasons “. LMAO. Girl you signed up for Divergent, Spider-Man and the Fault in our Stars to become as rich and famous as Jennifer Lawrence and Kristin Stewart. She really thinks we are stupid.

      BTW I like Kate Winslet in that black dress. Beautiful shape. Theo James looks like a total tool but for some reason I thought he was pretty tall but guy is shorter than Shailene.

    • lunchcoma says:

      No kidding. I’d be more accepting of this if it came from someone who did a little art film that unexpectedly blew up, but Woodley slowly worked her way up the acting ladder, starting with TV guest spots, moving to a lead on an ABC family show, signing onto a George Clooney movie, and then accepting roles in big franchise pictures. That’s a series of very calculated career moves aimed at achieving mainstream recognition and big paychecks. There’s nothing wrong with that, but I don’t have a lot of patience for it being paired with a bunch of poo pooing of money and fame.

  22. Cici says:

    She doesn’t bother me. She’s a little out there but at least she has some personality.

    As for Theo to each his own, he’s sexy to me. The photos may be awkward at times, but he really is a find.

  23. mkyarwood says:

    Good. McDonald’s is the devil for so many reasons. She needs a few lessons in ‘how to talk’ so people won’t hate her though.

  24. Noel says:

    This girl is the #1 reason I don’t want to see these movies.

    Give me Emma Watson
    Give me J-Law
    Give me Kristen Stewert FFS

    This one is too much of a pill (or clay?) to swallow.

  25. Shiksa Goddess says:

    That guy in the movie looks like a hotter version of Andy Cohen. I decided.

  26. T.C. says:

    She really needs to keep her stories straight. On her first interview she said Jennifer Lawrence told her to go ahead and do Divergent because she had no regrets about signing up for The Hunger Games. Second interview she claim to never have spoken personally to JLaw or Kstew but has respect for them.

    Now this interview she is claiming that Kstew and JLaw lives have been bad for signing up to YA franchises but she went ahead and did it anyway because she’s brave. Or and her YA franchise is for artistry not for money. Bish please. I don’t mind her just wish she were honest.

  27. Franny Days says:

    I actually really enjoyed Divergent and Shailene’s portrayal of Tris. As for Theo James seriously he is so FINE. I could not take my eyes off of him. Have you seen that video of him singing? Heavens the things I’d do for him. They actually have pretty good chemistry in the movie. Her interviews are a little off putting, but I’m trying so hard not to dislike her because I can’t dislike Hazel Grace!

  28. elo says:

    She was probably nine the last time I had McDonalds too. That was when Supersize Me came out and I would guess that her parents, like myself, were horrified and stopped eating it. She is super irritating.

  29. paola says:

    Ok.. I’m sure nobody will ever believe me but I’ve never had Mc donalds’ in my life. my mum was against it and in Italy wasn’t very popular back in the days when i was a teenager. it is very popular now but for some reason I can’t do it. After watching ‘Super size me’ and loads of youtube videos about how mc donalds’ food never goes bad.. i only see their products are poisonous and lethal. I have never drank coffee either or smoked a cigarette. yes I am a boring person. There. I said it.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      That doesn’t make you boring at all. If don’t start, you don’t have to quit!

    • Chrissy says:

      I imagine that if you live in Italy there are many more
      interesting things to eat than stuff from McDonalds.
      Pasta/cheese/procuitto anyone???? I thing it’s time
      for lunch.

      • paola says:

        Yes I have to agree with that.. We had the equivalent of a fast food chain called ‘Italy &Italy’ and they used to make the best stuffed pizzas ever. I used to go there on sat afternoon after school and Mc Donalds’ was almost empty because it wasn’t very appealing for us kids. I still feel like Mc Donalds’ is some weird thing out of place in Italy, but globalisation never stops. Plus many tourists spend their money there, which i don’t get it.

  30. salma says:

    God! she is as annoying as Jlaw

  31. Rose says:

    She’s harmless to me. I really don’t understand her hate.

  32. kimber says:

    I have the same beliefs on a lot of the things she says, but I don’t advertise it like it’s the only thing I can offer. I think she’s immature in that way.

    People have different values and it wouldnt matter what it was she valued, people just dont like feeling like they’re being preached to…or having someone/something shoved down their throats.

  33. Patricia says:

    Love her dress! I wish more young people dressed as mature and tasteful. I rather see that than their T&A hanging out. I think the color makes it fun and not at all “screen siren”. Shocked its SM; I usually do not care for her designs.

  34. tekla says:

    ugh, could she even be more irritating? tree-hugging mini goop.

  35. Lisa says:

    Neither have I. Congratulations to us both. *golf clap*

  36. BabyCakes says:

    Well good for her! I don’t eat that crap or feed it to my kids. What’s wrong with wanting to be healthy?

  37. helzbelz says:

    Its like I liked what she said but there’s still something about her that is just so annoying! She just gushes her opinions out so its a bit preachy. Agree dress is nice butfor someone older or a diff occasion – I don’t think it was the right colour for her skintone. Kate looks lovely. But Theo? I just can’t look past his character in The Inbetweeners movie (the scene with poo on his nose!) So I’m afraid I would say no to him haha

  38. Reece says:

    Sheesh, I in my mid 20′s (my hippie phase although some of it stuck) would have gotten on some of y’alls last nerve. lol
    In her defense, there was an article from, I think, the very beginning of the Divergent promo where she said that yes she’s earthy and natural etc but that she realizes that dressing up and wearing the designer clothes etc is part of her job as an actress. I liked her from then on and still do. I don’t feel as if she’s saying we all should do all of that stuff but that it’s just what she does. But oh well, to each their own.

  39. Lux says:

    I just don’t get where all the pretension comes from. She got her start on the worst TV show I’ve ever seen, Secret Life of the American Teenager (TBH I’m surprised anyone managed to make it out of that show with an semblance of a career).

  40. BabyCakes says:

    @Reese exactly this. Not many people like their job clothes. Besides, most of their dresses are given and loaned anyway. It’s not like she’s walking around in them to take her dog out to pee. Some people get defensive when hey hear things like this because it makes them feel bad about all the crap they put into their bodies. I’m sorry, but I won’t eat a potato that will be where you dropped it 20 years later and in the same condition you left it. It’s not preachy to give people good advise about diet. Nobody’s forcing you to eat it after all! Keep shoveling that ‘food’ in your mouths all you want. It’s not a superior way of thinking or being because you eat organic.

  41. dread pirate cuervo says:

    Have a seat, Preachy McThirsty. Why is she shading JLaw?

  42. Leni says:

    Okay who the heck is this child? I have never heard of her and suddenly she is off being reported all over??? She seems rather full of herself for such an unknown. Please put the lid on it kid and earn some respect, and media people find someone who actually interests most people.

  43. amy says:

    watch out Goop shailenne is coming for your crown

  44. Endorsement says:

    Her conviction is admirable but it’s too much and too literal. I love the earth too, but there’s a role for modern farming/living as well as traditional approaches to living and sustenance. She hasn’t talked about population control at all, which should be at the top of any greenie’s topics-to-debate list.

  45. Jo says:

    I know it’s supposed to be about that other girl but I only noticed the body on Kate Winslet. Damn, she looks fine! …& I’ll bet she eats Mickey D’s too.

  46. Jen says:

    Probably, then she gets all the fat that accumulates because of it sucked out. She’s had a tummy tuck and lipo even though she wont admit to it. I personally remember her old face too.

  47. Kimberly says:

    I saw Divergent 2 days ago with my girlfriends and they liked it (me included.) I went in the theatre with low expectations but I was pleasantly surprised.
    Anyway, Kate looks nice after recently giving birth but that blue dress Shailene’s wearing is definitely too mature for her age.

    As for McDonalds thing, the last time I ate from them I was about 6. I only liked the ice cream and apple pies.

    When I was 7 or so, all the McDonalds fast food chains closed down in my country and now 12 years later there’re back. I’m kinda reluctant to eat their food now that I know what chemicals go into their products though.
    But I’m still curious to know what their smoothies, nuggets and big macs taste like LOL.

  48. Nikki L. says:

    CHELATION IS DANGEROUS. Doctors are right to warn people about it. Don’t follow medical advice from some bubblehaded celeb. You NEED a certain amount of heavy metals in your body, fer cripes’ sake!

  49. Mitch Buchanan Rocks! says:

    The blue dress would have looked better on Kate Winslet. Likewise, Kate’s dress would have looked better on Shailene.

  50. tracy says:

    She is in danger of chasing of potential fans. She also needs to sit down and get her stories straight. Has she talked to J Law. or not? Does she think K. Stew. and J. Law sold out working in franchises? Does she think Divergent is superior to Hunger Games and Twilight? After reading some of her comments, my niece decided to give the movie and the books a pass. This actress needs to know who her target audiences is, and not insult them.