It Girl School

This is one school you’ll be dying to sign up for. Shhh! Class is in session!

By Georgia Clark

 

Class: Making It In Hollywood

Teacher: Mia Wasikowska

Our fave Aussie It Girl knows all about making it in Tinseltown. The unique beauty from Canberra starred in the new Alice in Wonderland movie, and is set to play Jane in a new version of Jane Eyre this year. Her secret? Hard work, sacrifice and healthy self-confidence: Mia gave up ballet after it started to affect her self-esteem. She also cut off her trademark long locks for a role in a new movie. Go Mia!

 

Class: Being Unique

Teacher: Taylor Swift

Taylor knows that to really stand out from the crowd, the worse thing you can do is try and blend in. Find your niche and exploit it! Don’t cover up that beauty mark, straighten your curls or hide your wicked sense of humour: play it up! The things you do that no one else does are what you’ll be remembered for.

 

Class: Shooting For The Stars

Teacher: Dianna Agron

She plays the not-so-nice cheerleader Quinn on Glee, but in real life Dianna Agron is one inspirational girl! The Hollywood starlet dreams big and dreams often: she’s even written and sold a screenplay, and she’s just 24!

 

Class: Positivity 101

Teacher: Vanessa Hudgens

There’s simply no-one sweeter in Hollywood than It Girl, Vanessa Hudgens. Vanessa always has time for her fans and never leaves the house without her best asset: her gorgeous smile!

 

Class: It Factor

Teacher: Miley Cyrus.

There’s no denying it: Miley just has that unbeatable combination of looks, charm and talent that we call ‘it factor’! Wanna make it like Miley? Set your sights high, believe in yourself and never stop trying!

 

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About Georgia

I'm a young adult novelist with a weakness for hot nerds and cheese platters, not necessarily in that order. I am currently working on my third novel. I'm pretty excited about having just turned 30 because it means I can justify spending a lot of time thinking about homewares.
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