From Capital FM's video description: Reflections is a new feature where we invite stars to sit in front of their own reflection and answer 5 questions.
Those 5 questions are placed inside their own envelopes. There is obviously someone there asking her more questions to
[0:47] The First Song You Ever Loved...
I Hope You Dance - Lee Ann Womack.
"Me and my nana used to love it, so it makes me think of home. It's a sweet song, I cry every time."
- Grew up in a creative environment / felt she is meant to be where she is now.
- She feels lucky she's in a position that allows her to explore the creativity that lives in her.
"Maybe I wanna produce for a little bit - how would that work? Or maybe I love to just write - music doesn't have to be mine. Acting - working on some deals that are coming up that I'm really looking forward to."
- Her ultimate dream is to be able to save people's lives through something. She wants to be remembered as someone who was able to help others.
[2:50] - A Song That Reminds You of Where You're From
The House That Built Me - Miranda Lambert. She relates to these lyrics, "But these hand prints on the front steps are mine [...] And I bet you didn't know under that live oak / my favorite dog is buried in the yard."
She says that's actually quite true for her.
[3:40] - A Song You Wish You Had Written
Send My Love (To Your New Lover) or Hello - both by Adele.
"I would never touch an Adele song in my life - I would never try to sing it!"
- Adds that her biggest inspiration is her experiences. She looks up to a lot of strong women and people who have helped her grow. "I love my mom, she inspires me a lot."
[4:40] - A Song That Reminds You of Being In Love
After a long pause, she responds: "I don't know if I have one." She appears disappointed and moves on to the next envelope.
[5:10] - What Do You See When You Look In the Mirror?
"I see strength. I see sensitive. Fun - hopefully I'm having some sort of fun! Yeah. Still working on what I see in the mirror, I suppose."
What do you see when you look in the mirror, ONTD?