Mandy Moore is an American actress who has recently been seen with several mystery men. Playing roles that have Mandy Moore switching back and forth between a blond and a brunette it is not surprising that Mandy Moore has captured most male hearts.
Once upon a time, she was a cute and innocent teen star, making people bawl their eyes out in “A Walk to Remember.” But now, Mandy Moore is shedding that skin in favor of a more racy image.
During a recent interview with gossip columnist Perez Hilton, the “Cry” singer did her best to be as bad as possible. Reportedly she did a little stripper pole routine, and at one point even ran her tongue up the prop.
She’s had an amazing year, and Mandy Moore is celebrating her success in both movies and music with a little gift to herself… an engagement ring.
Everybody has been talking about the Saved babe’s left-hand ornament. There have been reports speculating that she’s betrothed, but she is never spotted out with anyone that would appear to be her fiancée.
She’s got a new critically acclaimed album, “Wild Hope,” and her latest film “Because I Said So” was a Hollywood Hit. But Mandy Moore confesses that the road so far hasn’t been easy for her.
In a recent interview, Mandy talks about the consequences of being a child star, and how it’s hindered her experiences leading up to adulthood. Moore got her first record deal at the tender age of 14, and it’s been very complicated ever since.
When it comes to dream weddings, it’s hard to beat getting married on a beach at sunset. But Mandy Moore has said “no thanks” to a romantic Caribbean ceremony.
During the filming of “License To Wed,” Mandy realized that her lifelong dream of getting married on an island beach was more of a nightmare. The humidity and heat caused her to scrap any plans of a future wedding in the Caribbean outdoors.
It’s really hard for teeny-bopper singers to be taken seriously. Take Hanson for instance… great songwriting, but they’ll never eclipse their MMMBop days. That’s why it’s so cool that Mandy Moore has traded her “Candy” image for a mature singer/songwriter motif.
Her new album, “Wild Hope” is a giant step forward. She gave the music world a hint at where she was going with her last album, 2003’s “Coverage” which showed a more mature Moore paying homage to songs of yesteryear.
An artist always seeks solace in their work. It is an outlet for emotions, and a safe place to get real with their inner self. Mandy Moore’s new album “Wild Hope” was a much needed therapy session of sorts.
The Walk to Remember star credits the recording process as having pulled her out of a deep depression. Earlier this month she told press, "I'm a pretty positive person, but about a year and a half ago, I felt like someone dimmed the lights. I've said depressed before, but it wasn't that I was incapable of going on about my day. I just felt sad and confused. I was asking, 'Am I really the person I want to be? Am I really fulfilled?'”