Adrienne Bailon Takes It Up A Notch On The Cover Of Rolling Out Magazine

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WERRRKKK Adrienne!!! Superstar Adrienne Bailon is giving us all kinds of life with her shoot for the cover of Rolling Out Magazine
Adrienne is serving up sexy and extra SASS and baby we love it!!! She has really grown up since her days as a member of 3LW and The Cheetah Girls. Adrienne sat down with Rolling Out Magazine to talk about her new movie, the roles she's played in other films and relationships.

On how she knew it was time for a change in  her career:

“I was a 26-year-old and still playing a 15-year-old,” Bailon said during an interview. “I think The Cheetah Girls was originally supposed to be one film, but then it became two and three, which was a huge deal. But like all Disney franchises, they have to come to an end at some point. I was so grateful we went out with a bang.  I think we died off peacefully.”

On her new film, "I'm In Love With A Church Girl:"

“The film is actually based on the true-life story of the project’s writer, Galley Molina,” she said. “I think the biggest message in this movie is that your past does not determine your future. I think it has such a great message of hope, especially for people right now who feel hopeless — that feel they have done so much wrong. God wants you to come as you are. He can turn your life around.”

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On her solo album she's currently working on:

“It’s so crazy, timing for me is everything,” she says.  “I think that everything seems to be working right on time. People have been asking about my solo album for such a long time. When I originally came from Cheetah Girls, I was making music that was real to me but not believable. I think there was a disconnect there.  I am a grown woman and I’ve been through a lot.  The most important thing about my music is that we don’t jump the gun and throw anything out there. I want to make sure that it’s going to actually connect with my audience."

On being more discreet with her relationships:

“I think the most important thing that I’ve learned is that you live and you learn,” she admits.  “Try not to make the same mistakes twice. This time around for me, I think it’s just something you have to keep sacred. You have to keep to yourself and keep things private.  Control it as much as you can.”

On relationship and dating rules:

“I don’t think you should have a set rule,” she says. “I definitely don’t think you should follow a rule someone else created.  You can follow your own rules that you deem great for yourself whether it’s 15 days or 200 days. You decide what that is and what works for you. Take your time. I think to set rules and limitations often ruins things.”

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On how a man can make a good impression on a first date:

“The best thing a man can do on a first date is be a friend,” she suggests. “I think that’s the biggest mistake men make on the first date. Just get to know me. Be my friend. Just kick it with me as if I was hanging with a homeboy. It shouldn’t be this awkward situation. It should be that we’re there, having a great time. But the worst thing a man can do on a first date is act like he’s your boyfriend. I think attempting to hold hands is completely ridiculous. A lot of PDA, that’s awkward and uncomfortable.  I think be cool, be chill and you’ll be successful.”

On how women can stay true to themselves while in a relationship:

“I think the most important thing a woman can do is have her own life,” she says. “Be independent and do your own thing. I think the one thing that always makes a man come running home is when you’re possibly not there.  I mean that in the most positive way. The fact that he knows you’re not going to be sitting in the same spot every time he comes home keeps your man on his toes. I think that’s incredibly important. A woman needs to have her own life, her own friends, her own things, her own social life and career. I think that men are intrigued by a woman that has her own thing going on.”

On values and love in relationships:

“I heard someone once say that what that person deems valuable to them is how you know if someone loves you,” she says. “If a person is incredibly busy and works a lot, time is what they think is valuable. If they give you all of their time, that may be a clue that he loves you. If he thinks family is important and he gives it to you, that could be a clue. People show love in different ways. It is based on what they think is valuable and if they give you everything that they think is valuable and important, they love you. ”

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On being "real":

“I’ve realized it takes so much courage to be real,” she emotes. “I want to be known as someone who never gave up. I kept knocking on doors until one would open. Being a girl that grew up in the projects on the Lower East Side, N.Y.,  I hope other girls see what I’ve accomplished without any connections to the industry.  I don’t have an uncle or a father that’s an agent or a famous celebrity father. I just came in with a talent, passion and a love for the arts. I never gave up. I hope that’s how they remember me.”  

We really do love Adrienne! She realizes the mistakes she's made and she's learned from them. She's just an all around amazing person...not to mention she's Bold, Classy, & Oh So SASSY!!!

Side SASS: How fierce does she look in that black leather?! Leather is definitely on our fashion list this season! You will definitely see Team SASS rocking a lot of leather this fall!

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