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South Florida actress Bella Thorne is all grown up now

By Madeleine Marr

mmarr@Miamiherald.com

Bella Thorne
Bella Thorne

What girl next door image? Bella Thorne shed that and then some in Galore magazine, released Tuesday.

The 18-year-old Pembroke Pines native — who attended both Lakeside and Chapel Trail elementary schools — showed you can take a girl out of Florida, but can’t take Florida out of the girl.

The Scream Queens star also showed that working out pays off, posing in two piece bathing suits. With great success, might we add.

Growing up as a redhead in these parts isn’t easy — now that Thorne lives in Los Angeles, she stays away from harsh rays.

“I’m not going in the sun because it’s really bad for your face, and I already don’t put moisturizer on. I don’t want to risk the wrinkles, so I have a spray tan,” the Sunshine Stater told the magazine.

If you want her bangin’ beach body and healthy glow, definitely don’t follow Bella’s diet:

“I eat anything spicy, greasy, fried, with carbs, literally, everything,” she told the mag. “My skin doctor told me, ‘You need to cut out this, this, this, this.’ I’m like, ‘Shut up! No, I don’t. You just want to make me miserable and dependent on you, and I’m not going to because I’ll eat whatever I want.’”

Thorne was last seen in the big screen Alvin & The Chipmunks movie, partially filmed in Miami — Road Trip.

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