Mandy Moore Honored To Be Considered A Role Model

tells Betsy Pickle of Scripps Howard News Service she has no intention of breaking away from her good-girl image and becoming the next pop star gone wild. “I’m honored to be considered a role model,” she says. “I don’t see why people consider it to be such a burden and shun it. At the end of the day, yes, you have a responsibility to be yourself. But you have to realize the position that you’re in I have a responsibility with the projects that I do and the way that I dress and what I choose to speak about or become involved in. That’s just, I guess, what we choose to do.”

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2 thoughts on “Mandy Moore Honored To Be Considered A Role Model

  1. hotstuff says:

    Anyone else notice before, Mandy was such a Britney and Christina try hard, now she’s doing the complete opposite of them, probably hoping to gain their notoriety and stardom. a) The clothes – whereas Britney and Christina like what they’ve got and have no problem showing it of, Mandy ops for prom queen-esque style (which isn’t that bad, but lets face it, can she really pull of what Britney and Christina are wearing?) b) The singing- didn’t gain much notoriety for that, so let’s jump into acting! c) And now the role model issue, Britney and Christina both hate it and Mandy glees at the chance of being considered a lil girls role model. Helps her to feel better thinking that people still remember her. If you ask me, the girl now more than ever looks like an even bigger try hard. Sorry to say.

  2. rangergirl says:

    Mandy was the original cute “lolita” girl that had a minor hit with the single “Candy” . I believe the record company wanted to work more with this image/gimmick but her parents ( I believe) put their foot down basically saying enough is enough. Kind of left a path opened for ….ahem….others.

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