WATCH: Sarah Hyland Is 'Very Proud' of Ariel Winter's Body Confidence - 'She's Beautiful Inside and Out' Hyland admitted that even if she were single, she would "never" consider dating on the Internet. And if you don't love yourself, you can't love anyone else." As for the online trolls that target Hyland and her famous gal pals, she really can't be bothered with a clap back. I wish it didn't happen to anybody, but you have to have thick skin," she said.
I just like talking one-on-one." Hyland may consider her character naive, but Krystal also delivers one of the film's most memorable lines: "Part of growing up is accepting the fact that you're not going to get everyone's approval.
As women, often when we're dating someone new, we can't help but project to the future in the first few dates. A guy will wait as long as it takes for the right woman, as long as he's getting the cue that you're going in the right direction. When your guy wants to feel sexy around you, it doesn't mean he only wants to have sex. Even if you can't be in his arms, if he wants to hear your voice before he falls asleep at night, he's connecting with you and bonding.Later, the birth of hip-hop lead to stylish, sin-filled movies like , an endearingly earnest and often silly ensemble dramedy about a group of young adults (played by vaguely familiar young actors, plus one cranky "old guy" played by comedian Chris D'Elia) overcoming great obstacles to attend a giant electronic music festival. "This is XOXO, not a party at somebody's mom's house," says a character at one point.Like many of the characters in this movie, this young person only speaks the truth, and you could learn a lot from him.But here's the twist: the festival is today and he's only got eight hours to get there. Once inside the festival, he meets one of his musical heroes, DJ Avilo ('s Ryan Hansen), who quickly offers him a deal to join his label and collaborate on a track, only under the condition that he abandons his best friend/manager. I don't know why the arrow is there -- that might be some new teen technology I'm unfamiliar with. Don't meet up with your online lover IRL at a music festival. "My character, Krystal, goes through a lot," Hyland said on Sunday, chatting about the film at The London Hotel in West Hollywood, California. It's a waste of your time to try." Hyland said it's a mantra she also strives to live by in her own life.