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Lucy Hale for Paper Magazine: “I Freak Out When People Don’t Text Me Back Promptly”

Lucy Hale goes to the dark side in a cover story for the Winter 2015 issue of Paper magazine, captured by James Lee Wall and styled by Kevin Breen.

Here’s the interview from the magazine:

Paper Magazine: What is the craziest thing you’ve done all year?

Lucy Hale: Definitely skydiving. I mean… plummeting from 10,000 feet up in the air? It doesn’t get more extreme than that. I felt like a badass.

What is something no one knows about you?

There are plenty of hidden secrets about me. Those will remain hidden. I think a lot of people would be surprised to know that I’m not very social. I’d much prefer to “Netflix and chill” than anything else. I hate getting ready, and large crowds make me anxious.

When was the last time you were afraid?

I freak out when people don’t text me back promptly. I automatically assume the worst, and it’s a fault of mine. I hadn’t heard from a friend and jumped to the conclusion that they were hurt, and I should call 911.

What were the last three things you Googled?

Hale
1) Mexican restaurants in Memphis.
2) The Little Mermaid.
3) Information on diabetes dogs (my nephew is raising money to buy one).

What was the last show you binge-watched?

Narcos. So damn good. I watched it in a weekend.

What did you eat for breakfast today?

A huge cup of coffee and a banana and almond butter. And a handful of candy corn.

Which do you prefer, Seamless or Delivery.com?

Postmates! It’s the most used app on my phone. I probably Postmates food 4–5 times a week.

What is the weirdest thing you’ve ever bought online?

Inflatable unicorn head.

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