Actress Evan Rachel Wood was featured in Vanity Fair's 2003 "It's Raining Teens" issue, and the experience is one she has not been able to forget.
The 27-year-old opened up on Twitter about how the photoshoot left her in tears, she begged to wear pants and had to wear heels even though she wanted flats. She says that since then, she found her voice. She even uses the hashtag #neveragain.
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Never again was not the case though as she was in another Vanity Fair cover after and says that it was a different experience and calls it "lovely."
These tweets brought out the haters for the star as she then addresses them by saying that she's not complaining, and she's just trying to send a message to the youth about staying true to who they are.
Do you think Wood's messages sound inspiring? Let us know using the #ETnow hashtag.
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Go behind-the scenes of Shailene Woodley's Vanity Fair shoot in the video below.