Quote of the Day:

Camila Mendes

  • Invest in a trainer. You see the progress so quickly, and you push yourself in new ways.
  • If you're going to become a better person, do it in high school.
  • I use my hair as a tool for portraying characters. When I'm auditioning for a role, when I'm putting myself on tape for something, I always consider what the hairstyle is going to be because it changes the way people perceive me.
  • For me, being an 'American Latina' means identifying with and being influenced by both my American upbringing and my Latin heritage, and I have so much appreciation for how those two cultures have created who I am.
  • It took living alone for me to really get to know myself.
  • I often hear things like, 'You don't look Latina enough,' and that mentality is so backwards. The fact is, I am Latina, so how are you going to tell me that I don't look Latina?
  • Bullies have a soft spot, and mean girls have a reason to be that way. It's a matter of understanding why a person is the way they are.
  • In high school, I was friends with everybody. I had my core group of friends, but I could flow through different social groups pretty easily.
  • If I could go back to before I started 'Riverdale,' I would tell myself to speak up when I felt like something wasn't right - to use my voice and know that it's worth hearing.
  • I'm American; I was born and raised in America, and I don't want to fake who I am to fit a stereotype.