Mandy Moore Finds Partying Boring

Us Weekly caught up with for a Q&A and asked the singer if she likes to party as much as some of her peers. “I find that life boring,” Moore admitted. “I’d much rather go out, pick up food, bring it home and watch TV.” Her behavior at school was similar. “I was invisible at school,” Moore revealed. “I was just quiet, shy Mandy.”

Mandy Moore Had A Blast Working With Macaulay

May 30, 2004 – Mandy, who plays Hilary Faye in the new film ‘Saved!’, tells ‘Entertainment Tonight’ she didn’t really know any “Hilary” types growing up, but she “sort of figured she was like any other popular girl in high school, but instead of being obsessed with boys or shopping … she was obsessed with Jesus!” She also revealed working with the cast was a blast — especially Macaulay Culkin! “I loved Mac,” Moore said. “I don’t know if I had any preconceived notions of who he’d be … he shocked me. He’s so normal, so funny, always cracking people up. He’s so talented.”

Mandy Moore’s New Movie Faces Protest

May 19, 2004 – Jeannette Walls of reports Mandy’s new movie ‘Saved!’ has been blasted by Jerry Falwell and the Christian Film & Television Commission. The movie, which has been shown at a few film festivals, opens wide May 28th, and there is buzz that ‘Saved!’ might be met with protests and boycotts. Read more.

Mandy Moore Signs With Sire

May 15, 2004 – Mandy has signed with Sire Records, the Warner Bros. imprint whose roster includes the Distillers, the Von Bondies and Hot Hot Heat, she told Reuters on Friday. Moore said she has started writing songs for her new album, but does not yet know how it will sound. In some ways, Moore said she felt pressure following up an album featuring “11 or 12 of the best songs out there,” with a set of her own music. On the other hand, “I have no expectations, and people out there really have no expectations because I haven’t had great musical success. So that allows me the freedom and creativity to do whatever I want.”

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