Elle Fanning attending a photocall for the film Galveston in Deauville, France. Photographer: Julien Reynaud/TNS
LOS ANGELES: Hollywood actress Elle Fanning, known for films like "Teen Spirit", "Maleficent" and "We Bought a Zoo", dreams of becoming a pop star.
"It's definitely crossed my mind. That's not out of the question and I feel like I did get a taste of maybe what pop stars go through with the performance element because also there would be days where I would have to just sing like the song 30 times," Fanning told website Consequence of Sound.
She added: "That element of it I was like, 'Whew'. That's an element people don't think of when they think of pop stars.
The strength of having to go on tour ... that would be a lot but I don't know, maybe an album or something of songs would be cool. Country songs to surprise everybody!"
Fanning also said she has been a huge music fan since her youth, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
She said: "My first concert I ever went to was Gwen Stefani when I was nine, and it was in Budapest.
It was just insane. I was a little nine year old in glasses. I had curled my hair, I wore this like crazy red dress. I remember exactly what I wore. I was so excited to go.
"I danced probably harder than I've ever danced. Like, my little body, I was so sweaty. I remember I was just like throwing myself.
It was crazy. I was like with my grandmother and she was just sitting down and letting me dance. It was just so funny.
"Even now, that was such a visceral experience for being so young, you are like ... you can't believe what's happening in front of you. I do remember that."
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