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She's busy promoting her film "If I Stay" and during in the midst of her publicity run, Chloe Moretz scored the cover of Flare magazine's September 2014 issue.

After posing in a collection of gorgeous ensembles, the "Kick A**" darling chatted about falling in love and learning to play the cello for her new movie role.

Check out highlights from Chloe's interview below and for more, head over to Flare!

On dating and love:
“It’s a tough age to fall in love: people change so quickly…I don’t want to have to feel like I have to watch my step, ’cause I’m 17 and I shouldn’t have to…[To my friends] I’m like, ‘Dude, you’re wasting away your entire high-school years, and now you’re going to waste away your college years. You’re going to spend your entire life in a relationship and then you’re going to get married…and then you’re dead! So you lived your life in a relationship!’ That’s not my style.”

On playing the cello for her new role in "If I Stay"
“It’s a very intimate instrument. For a girl especially, you’re wearing a dress and opening your legs and holding this instrument to your body, so it’s an extension of your body. When you hear cellists play, it almost sounds like a wind instrument because their breathing is linked up to the bow strokes, so as they go down or up, they breathe with the down and up of the bow.”

On her family:
“They know me the best, and I know that no one’s going to try and mess me over, you know?”

Always a source of inspiring entertainment, Oprah Winfrey welcomed Nicole Richie as her guest on the latest episode of “Oprah: Where Are They Now?”

And during the conversation, the “Candidly Nicole” cutie opened up about her marriage to Good Charlotte rocker Joel Madden.

Nicole explained, "We met and we were partners from day one. And from the second we found out we were going to be parents together, we looked at each other and we said, 'Okay, both of our parents are divorced. We both have had ups and downs with our parents and we don't really have a strong example of what a healthy family life is. But, we're recognizing that now, so let's work at it and let's go through this together as a team.' It's been great. And I would say that's the easiest and hardest part."

As for her mothering style, Richie shared, "I have to always come from a place of love and compassion with them. My kids operate best when I let them have a voice. I really explain things to them, because really, kids want to be told the truth. They just do. They just want you to be truthful."

Furthermore, Nicole discussed her role as one of the first reality stars on television- "The Simple Life was definitely one of the first five reality shows just to be out ever, so I had no understanding of [what to expect] because there were no examples of it. There was no precedent. To me, it was extremely fun. I was 21, 22. Somebody asked me if I wanted to go away with my best friend for 30 days and get paid for it. I went into it like that. I thought, 'This is like backpacking, except I'm going to do it this way...in front of people.’”



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