Bella Thorne has gone from Disney darling to fashion icon and movie star in the making. But one aspect of her life she says hasn't changed is her tomboy nature and penchant for messy foods.
"I eat chicken wings, I don't always sit with my legs crossed, if I'm wearing jeans, I'm sitting in the most stretched-out, comfortable position," she shares.
In our video below, the 16-year-old former Shake It Up star reveals a few more bizarrely awesome habits, another reason she's at the top of our list for the Teen Stars You Need to Know Now!
Watch Thorne's hilarious explanation:
It's a Disney disaster! Shake It Up is heading into its series finale, and fans are about to witness even more trouble than the show's end. In the final episode (airing Sunday, Nov. 10 at 9/8c), CeCe (Bella Thorne) suffers from amnesia during a Shake It Up Chicago charity fashion show that is set to star her, Rocky (Zendaya) and Tinka (Caroline Sunshine) as runway models. CeCe suffers from memory loss, and Rocky does everything she can do to help her best friend remember all of their fun times together — is anyone else predicting a series of flashback clips?
Shake it Up's CeCe and Rocky are about to shake it up in Japan.
In the upcoming special, Shake It Up: Made In Japan, best friends CeCe (Bella Thorne) and Rocky (Zendaya) win a trip to Japan to be a part of a dance video game production. The 90-minute episode will feature Blue Man Group and three new original songs.
Disney Channel's Shake It Up goes to Japan
Disney Channel's Shake It Up travels to Japan for the special event Shake It Up: Made in Japan, which premieres on Friday, August 17 at 8/7c. In the episode (part of a three-part finale), Rocky and CeCe (Zendaya and Bella Thorne) fly to Japan to be part of a dance video production.
The friends, however, realize they have very different goals when it comes to exploring Japan verse plotting their dance careers.
What's so enjoyable for Bella Thorne and Zendaya playing friends turned enemies in the Disney Channel movie Frenemies? Being real-life besties.
"It makes [filming] 10 times more fun," Zendaya tells TVGuide.com. "I get to do it with my best friend and someone who I love dearly."