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Bella Thorne: Fame came early!

Published 31/07/2015

Bella Thorne
Bella Thorne

Bella Thorne started modelling when she was just six weeks old.

The 17-year-old star seems much more mature than most teenagers and has Hollywood movies, two EPs and a novel to her name.

Even her first job was extremely glamorous and while most wait until they're 16, Bella was an early bloomer.

"I started in modelling when I was very, very young, I was six weeks old," she recalled to talk show host Jimmy Fallon.

"[Straight] out of the womb..."

The blonde beauty enjoyed her appearance on the programme so much that she thanked the TV personality for the invitation with a post on Instagram.

"Thank you so much@jimmyfallon @fallontonight for having me as a guest on your show! It was truly monumental for me and I am forever grateful. (sic)" she wrote alongside photos of herself being interviewed.

Being famous means Bella is looked up to by countless young fans. Especially by being open about her dyslexia, she's won hoards of supporters.

She has millions of followers on Twitter and Instagram, but she doesn't see herself as much of a role model.

"Not really. I know that some girls look up to me for certain things, like dyslexia, and that way I know that they like me for me, so it adds no pressure," she shrugged it off in an interview with Huff Post.

"I don't have to try to be perfect because I know that my fans like me for who I am. They like me because I am weird, and kind of funky, but still really calm. But I think that I never really have to worry about any of that stuff... because [my fans] like me for who I am."

Bella's next big movie is thrilling drama Big Sky, which hits cinemas in August.

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