We've noticed Tatum commenting on our posts and we enjoy her frequent visits to CLC. We're glad to have her here today to talk about this month's theme: Regression. Read her interview to find out what she was like as a kid.
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What did you want to be when you grew up?
I wanted to be so many things, I suppose. Although I don’t remember how old I was, I’d wanted to be a model. There were occasions when I’d sneak into the bathroom to sample my mom’s make-up. I liked the smell of her make-up and moisturizers, as well. My mom would tell me I was too young to wear make-up, at that time, but I still enjoyed trying it out.
What was something you found funny?
What I found funny were the times my dad would create his own song parodies. Anytime we’d go out for a drive and whatever familiar song played on the radio, he’d just throw in his own lyrics. It amazed me how he did that, because the lyrics were so random, but it was always good for a laugh.
What was your favorite TV show?
My favorite TV show was The Simpsons. I loved watching it every week. Every now and then, I like to watch their reruns.
What was your favorite food?
Although I was a picky eater, I’d have to say that burgers and fries were my favorite food.
Who was your celebrity crush?
To be honest, I didn’t really develop any crushes on celebrities when I was a kid; however, I admit I did have a bit of a crush on Matthew Broderick. It was his voice I also found attractive. And I like him as Ferris Bueller.
What was your favorite thing to do?
When I received my first diary, I wrote all the time. That became my favorite thing to do.