CYMPHONIQUE TALKS ‘HOW TO ROCK’

Teen star Cymphonique Miller,15, is occupied with many projects these days, including her new role in Nickelodeon’s “How to Rock.  The celebrity kid recently took time to give an interview to Seventeen magazine. A young superstar in the making, Miller discussed everything from her new show to being the kid of a famous rapper.

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On being on the set of “How to Rock.”

“It is such a blessing. I have so much fun because I’m doing what I truly love. Plus, I make new friends and learn something new each time.”

About the show.

“It’s super funny, it’s got a good message, keeps it fresh because there’s new music almost every episode and it’s got something in there for everyone. It’s about Kacey Simon who starts off as the most popular girl in school and is a leader of a clique called the “Perfs”, which is short for perfects. Until, she finds herself in a situation where she has to wear braces and glasses, then her “perf” friends disown her. She finds new friends and later becomes the lead singer of their band Gravity.”

About her character.

“Kacey Simon is passionate, strong, a bit crazy, quirky, funny , loves her friends , just wants to do the right thing and is a talented singer.”

Similarities and differences.

“We both love music and our friends but Kacey sometimes worries too much about what other people think.”

Dream co-stars.

“Lady Gaga, Sandra Bullock and Zoe Saladana.”

Alternative careers to acting.

“A director, school teacher or astronaut.”

Celebrity crush or crushes.

“The cartoon character Spongebob.”

Personal fetishes.

“I love frozen yogurt, I kick box, I have a little Chihuahua named Honey and I’m pretty good at Mortal Kombat. I have Pinkberry almost everyday . . . YUM!”

About being the daughter of Master P.

“To me, he’s just my dad. He’s the best… he protects me, he guides me, he teaches me so much about life, he always has the best stories and makes me laugh. I couldn’t ask for a better dad. He’s my hero and I love him more than words could express!”

Best advice.

“Never base your mood on people… happiness is a choice.”

Get the full interview at Seventeen.


Sarie

Sarie

Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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