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As has been previously reported, Dakota was home schooled during the early days of her life but moved to public high school for her freshman year. She tried out for the cheerleading team and won a position at Campbell Hall High School.
Dakota has put her Hollywood career on the back burner as she enjoys being a teen-ager. Although she took time out to take on a role in “The Twilight Saga: New Moon”, Dakota is back at high school where she was recently inducted into the Homecoming Court at her high school’s football game on Friday night (October 30, 2009).
During the game, Dakota cheered for her high school’s team as part of the cheerleading squad. She was a flyer during the squad’s stunts and nailed all her splits with ease.
The 15 year old actress was thrilled to be inducted into the Homecoming Court. She was given a sash, crown and a gorgeous bouquet of red roses.
Dakota has been giving interviews about the Jane, the role she played in “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” She told “Extra” that “I think it’s more fun to play a bad person than a good person,” about the evil Volturi vampire. “She almost blows your mind how evil she is.”
The dark role was a big career change for Dakota who normally plays sweet characters. Jane is very bad news, definitely not the typical character Dakota has portrayed in the past.
Dakota joked with the media about the white face powder she wore for the flick. “I thought I was pale before I did the movie, but I realized that I’m not!” Dakota said.
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