Dianna attended Glamour magazine’s “These Girls” event on May 20, and the actress revealed that she was made fun of by middle school boys when she was 11 for having a deep voice. We find this to be ridiculous — not that middle school boys are known for their wisdom in general.
Dianna says she was accidentally punched in the nose as a high school freshman and henceforth became known as “Bloody Nose Girl.” In other words, it sounds like Dianna has had some real-life experiences to rival Quinn’s “Lucy Caboosey” phase.
The actress also reveals that she spent her late-teen years wearing a perpetual smile, but during an acupuncturist visit one day, she made the decision to be more genuine. "I didn't have to feel as if I had to be everything," she says. "I was something. I was just me." Apparently, Dianna does her best thinking when she’s being poked with sharp needles.
Plus, a recent celebrity encounter reminded the Glee star of the importance of staying true to herself. "I met Jay-Z twice in one month," she says. "This is not normal." At one point, she greeted him with an unusual hand slap-slash-body slam, which she quickly apologized for. But Jay-Z didn’t feel the apology was needed.
"He said, 'Were you being you?'" Dianna remembers. She was, and he told her, "Okay, cool. Let's do it again." Wait. So Jay-Z is okay with people lightly body slamming him, as long as they mean it? Good to know.
Source: Huffington Post