“It’s so hard for me to let go of her. And I went into, like, a week of mourning because a part of me left with a part of her. She’ll always be there with me. I’m so proud of her. I don’t think I would have been so upset that she died if she wasn’t so special to me. But she really was. It’s so sad. I don’t know what to say. I definitely feel it too. I feel it. She is real to me.” - Crystal Reed about Allison Argent.
I’m really not good at social media. I think this goes back to my high school days—I feel really awkward! I don’t know where I fit in in the Twitter-sphere of things. I don’t feel like people care what I’ve just eaten for dinner because I don’t really think I’m that special. I do really like to tweet about things that I think are really important to me or things that I want to share that inspire me because I think that’s great. I’m lucky that I have a platform to do it.
I don’t care if people know who I am or if I make a ton of money, I just love my work so much.
Crystal and I, we have a lot in common, what kind of clothes we like and what kind of movies we like and how we see the world. We have a very honest relationship with each other, which is what I appreciate with Crystal. To find Crystal in this business is really a blessing, to have somebody that is almost like a sister-like relationship. Even if you don’t talk for a while, you come back together and it’s like you never left.