Mandy Moore is sounding off on ex boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama for telling Howard Stern about taking her virginity. “That’s not a fun thing to have said about you,” she tells Blender magazine. “Even now when I think about it, I’m like, ugh. It’s pretty tacky.”
Mandy Moore Happy To Do The Write Thing
June 8, 2007 – The Chicago Sun-Times spoke with Mandy in a Q&A, where the singer discussed how the lyrics to her new album ‘Wild Hope’ are very candid and very personal. “The whole record is very personal,” she said. “I wanted to be as honest as possible about what I wanted to say and how I wanted to say it. The whole process was quite cathartic. I needed clarity on some situations in my life, and writing the words down gave me that clarity. [Laughs] Maybe next time I’ll go into therapy instead of writing.”
Mandy Moore Q&A With SELF
June 4, 2007 – SELF magazine spoke with Mandy in a Q&A, asking the singer/actress what she thinks people’s perception of her is. “I think musically, people think of me as the underdog,” Moore responded. “I understand why they think that because when I first came out, it was at the same time as Britney [Spears], Christina [Aguilera] and Jessica Simpson, and I was kind of like the third or fourth wheel, just sort of tacked on there because I was the youngest. I understand that. I hope that people out there will respect the fact that I’ve grown and am a different person now with different musical taste. I hope the people who didn’t like my music then will give me a chance.” The transcript at self.com has since been removed.
Mandy Moore Visits LA’s KIIS FM
June 4, 2007 – Mandy visited KIIS FM in Los Angeles on Monday (June 4) to talk with Ryan Seacrest and Ellen K about her Mblem clothing line, being boring, her favorite television shows, the MTV Movie Awards and how Paris Hilton was treated, the new album ‘Wild Hope’, masking her dark side, possibly being up for Kirsten Dunst’s role in ‘Spider-Man 4’, her new film ‘License To Wed’, and more. The interview audio at kiisfm.com has since been removed.