Miley Cyrus featured in the upcoming issue of SEVENTEEN. On fashion line: 'We look into fashion designs very much in advance. We started the plaid shirts and the cheetah pants before people started seeing it [on runways]. When you first look at it as a designer, you think Okay, this is going to be a little crazy. But you don't know what's going to be in in a year like Max [Azria] does. Max looks at other designers, and you know it's very advanced. He's got the inside scoop.'
On her sexy style: 'I don't like dressing up that much, even for dressy kinds of parties and stuff. I like being more casual. I would much rather come underdressed than overdressed.'
On moving: 'I think one day I'll live on Tybee [Island, where The Last Song was filmed]. That's where I see myself 10 years from now. I could see myself maybe wanting to just chill out and be somewhere like that. And that's where I feel at home, where I feel like my heart is.'
On Liam: 'So I heard a rumor that he didn't really want the role, and so when he came in to audition for the role, I'm thinking Here's this guy, he's amazingly good-looking, super-confident, and he doesn't realize how blessed he is to be in this room, because I know how blessed I am. This is such a big opportunity for both of us.
Selena & The Scene in San Diego. Thx Crystal (CashDolla) Lee! Gallery HERE. From Kailey: The band was amazing and she was so sweet! You could really tell that she is just a normal girl doing what she loves. She looked so excited to be performing and really interacted with the audience. We had the best time!
Nick Jonas & the Administration, which features former members of Prince's New Power Generation, will release their album, Who I Am, on Feb. 2. The group will make its live debut performing a single of the same name on the Grammy Nominations Concert Live! special Dec. 2 on CBS.
Nick told USA Today: 'I had written five or six songs that were on my heart, things that were just pouring out of me with this new and exciting sound. They weren't necessarily right for the Jonas Brothers, but I thought they could be perfect for something else.'
Nick made the album in eight days with producer John Fields, who also played bass. Additional members include drummer Michael Bland, keyboardist Tommy Barbarella, guitarist David Ryan Harris & Sonny Thompson.
Nick describes the sound as 'Heart & Soul. It's a cross between my roots in R&B and soul with a kind of rock/pop music behind it. We would set up in individual booths and play simultaneously. There are very few overdubs on the record. Some songs are full live. It has a raw, late-'60s/early-'70s rock/soul sound.'
Song titles inlude: The Rose Garden, Olive & An Arrow, Conspiracy Theory and State of Emergency, plays off of Nick's fascination with the presidency. World War III initially was intended as an Administration song. Who I Am includes a remake of the Jonas Brothers hit Tonight.
On breakup rumors: 'It's kind of funny when you hear the breakup talk and you're gearing up to have a really busy year.' Nick plans an Administration tour in early 2010.