shhh_babyjesus (shhh_babyjesus) wrote in ohnotheydidnt,
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The other Emma wants to go to college too



Though she has a budding career in acting, Emma Roberts wants to pursue higher education this upcoming fall. And she already has it narrowed down to two schools.

The “Unfabulous” actress, who was recently spotted promoting “Hotel for Dogs” at NYC’s FAO Schwartz toy store, told press, “I really loved Sarah Lawrence and NYU. When I got to Sarah Lawrence or NYU, I could really see myself walking around here making friends.”

And with college application deadlines looming in the not-too-distant future, Emma confessed that she and her friends have been busy making last-minute submissions. "Nobody has left the house for the past few weeks, because everyone's just trying to get their college applications done."

Once she gets to school, Roberts says she’ll stay far away from the acting classes. "I'd be too nervous. Because I'd already worked, I'd feel like everyone would be like judging me. I would be too embarrassed to do a play."











She looks so cute here:




In the film, based on the book by Lois Duncan, Roberts stars as orphan Andi. Andi and her brother Bruce, played by "Wizards of Waverly Place" star Jake T. Austin, are living with a pair of nightmare foster parents: wannabe rockers played by Lisa Kudrow and Kevin Dillon. The kids, who have to keep their pet dog Friday a secret, begin to rescue stray dogs. Don Cheadle, who plays the kids' social worker, apparently took the part because his children are big fans of the young actress.

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This reminds me of when I had to finish up several college apps over Christmas break - WORST CHRISTMAS EVER. What are some of your college/grad school/whatever application nightmares ONTD?

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