"Glee" star Dianna Agron also spoke about growing into herself, after an 11-year "awkward phase" that included middle school boys making fun of her deep voice, worshipping Audrey Hepburn and Lucille Ball, and getting accidentally punched in the nose and branded "bloody nose girl" as a high school freshman. After spending her late-teen years smiling, nodding and trying to be generally agreeable, she had an epiphany while at the acupuncturist. "I didn’t have to feel as if I had to be everything," she said. "I was something. I was just me."
Plus, when she falters, she has a very special acquaintance to remind her to stay true to herself. “I met Jay-Z twice in one month,” she said. “This is not normal.” After greeting him with some combination between a hand slap and body slam, she apologized. “He said, ‘Were you being you?’” Agron recounted. When she responded affirmatively, he said “OK, cool. Let’s do it again.” Stars: They’re just like us … except they hang out with Jay-Z. (x)