Say What?! Dakota Fanning is More Interested in High School Than Hollywood

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Dakota Fanning was pretty much an A-lister before she could talk (her first big blockbuster was at age 6), but the Twilight starlet is far more concerned with high school than Hollywood.

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She may be besties with Kristen Stewart, but Dakota isn’t too cool for school. Her fave part about being a normal (-ish?) student at North Hollywood high school is…

… yearbooks! Dakota told W Magazine, “It was important for me to go to a normal high school. I have a locker, which was a big deal. My mom had to buy me a lock and teach me how to use it. It’s the little things: Where do you go at lunch? How do you open the locker? I wanted a yearbook! Now I have a lot of signatures in my yearbook—’Have a good summer’ and all that.”

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3 Responses to "Say What?! Dakota Fanning is More Interested in High School Than Hollywood"

  1. Teen.com
    kris says:

    I love Dakota in general.

  2. [...] Dakota Fanning gets made over as Jodie Foster in iconic movie Taxi Driver–and dishes on why she chose to go to a “normal” high school. [Teen] [...]

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    arzgianna says:

    i love dakota she’s one of my all time favorite actresses. iam so happy that she doesnt let fame go to her head it shows that she cares more about reality and less about the stardom<3

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