Like everyone else, she has her insecurities: "Every single part of me has been dissected at some point or another by a blog writer or a 14-year-old girl on a comments page who says something really terrible. Or someone in middle school who points out [fakes a mean girl voice], 'You have little eyes.'"
She believes in different types of love: "I think that you can love people without it being the great love. Ed [Sheeran] said something that really resonated with me. He says there are different kinds of love: There's physical attraction, mental attraction, and emotional attraction; there's also comfort and obsession. You need to have all of those things in one person. You have to mentally respect them, be physically attracted, and have a comfort level. You're obsessed with them, yet you also know they're going to stay. I've never had that in one person."
She can't resist the bad boys: "My friends tease me about the fact that if someone seems bad or shady or like they have a secret, I find them incredibly interesting. That's just a phase I've been in lately. I don't think this should be how I proceed in life. It's important to be self-aware about these things because you don't want to end up with that guy."
She puts a positive spin on her jealousy: "I feel jealousy, but I've been trying to channel it into mutual admiration and inspiration. If someone has a really great boyfriend or career, I think, it's cool that happens. Now I have proof it can happen. Maybe that's out there for me someday."
She's adopted a new perspective on relationships: "Early on, my ideas about love came from a daydreamy prince-and-princess place. But when I actually experienced it, I realised it wasn't those things. It can be — but not always."
She knows not everyone will root for her: "If you slip and fall at your concert, fans are going to laugh with you. They'll put it on YouTube — but it's going to be like a joke we're all in on. They aren't hoping I'll fall. But at an awards show you know there are at least a few people thinking, Trip, trip, trip!"