The 27-year-old former child star singer of The Pretty Reckless lives in Maine these days, far away from her TV and movie past. When The Daily Beast asked her about the HBO Max reboot, she responded: "No, I don’t have any plans to be any part of the reboot. But we are living in a very strange time right now, so never say never to anything—that’s kind of my rule of thumb of life, because who knows what the future’s going to hold. But… no. It’s not something that I have any plans to do. I do think it’ll be really interesting to see. I never really watched the show when it was on the air. I don’t really ever like watching myself. It makes me uncomfortable. So, I don’t think I realized at the time what kind of cultural phenomenon the show was. Because it was so based on technology, which at the time was so burgeoning—our character got the new 'hip' phone ever season, and it was like the razr—and now with social media and the way everything’s transformed so quickly, it’ll be interesting to see how they take that same concept and bring it into the modern era. Maybe I can finally watch it now."