Dakota Fanning is on the cover of the December/January issue of Teen Vogue, and inside she wears designer clothes and looks nothing like the little kid from Uptown Girls. She's a teenager now! But she's normal. Typical, even. For instance:
Sure, she's playing a vampire in New Moon, but just like any other 15-year-old, she says:
"I read all four Twilight books in one week. It's such a phenomenon, and I wanted to be able to say that I was a part of it."
Unlike some other Hollywood kids, Dakota isn't home schooled or tutored. She goes to high school, where she's a varsity cheerleader:
"I started there in the ninth grade, and they were pretty receptive to me right away. I really wanted a home base, because I feel like no matter how old people are, they remember homecoming. They remember their senior prom. And I really wanted that."
Plus, even though she plays wild child Cherie Currie in The Runaways — and sings a few tracks — she doesn't feel the need to act out:
"I get my rebellion out through my movies. I'm boring in that way. I enjoy having a normal life."
Sure, the onetime Marc Jacobs model first posed for Teen Vogue when she was 12. And after the photo shoot, she took a pair of custom-made kid-size Marc Jacobs combat boots:
"I still have them! I've had to have them stretched, but I will do anything it takes to squeeze into those shoes."
But even that is totally normal (boring!) teenage behavior.