Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Some of my most outrageous nights I can only believe actually happened because of corroborating evidence. No wonder I’m famous for partying! The ultimate party, if it’s any good, you can’t remember it. You get these brief vignettes of what you did.
“Oh, you don’t remember shooting the gun? Pull the carpet, look at those holes, man.” I feel a bit of shame and embarrassment.
“You can’t remember that? When you got your dick out, swinging from the chandelier, anybody up for grabs, wrap it in a fifty-peso note?” Nope, don’t remember a thing about it.
It’s very hard to explain all that excessive partying. You didn’t say, OK, we’re going to have a party tonight. It just happened. It was a search for oblivion, I suppose, though not intentionally. It’s just the convolutions I go through just to not be me for a few hours.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley rocks a Julien MacDonald blazer on the cover of Complex magazine’s June/July 2011 issue.
Here’s what the 24-year-old model and Transformers actress had to share:
On having to work hard to achieve her goals: “That is one thing I’m really thankful for. I’ve had nine years of working before this kind of movie happened to me. I’m really glad I’ve had struggles in my career. When success finally hits you, it helps put things in perspective. We’re so small. You see these kids get success straight away or they grew up with it, and I feel for them ’cause how do they gauge any sense of reality?”
On whether she makes an effort to stay grounded: “Absolutely. I come from a farm in the middle of nowhere in England. You have to remember where you come from and who you are.”
On whether it took time for her to become comfortable with her body: “Well, it’s a day-to-day thing. I don’t feel comfortable in my body today at all. Any woman will tell you she has her good and bad days, and today I did not feel like I looked my best or felt radiant inside or outside.”