Rebecca Black started her home schooling 10 days ago after being forced out of school due to bullying, but the teenage "Friday" sensation has seemingly gotten the last laugh over those who tormented her: She's working on a full-length album, which will be out around Halloween, she told Rolling Stone.
She's well aware, though, of the vitriol directed at the song that brought her to the VMAs. "The album is nothing like 'Friday," she says. "It's got ballads, dance songs, everything."
Black, who is 14, seems unfazed by the events of the last few months. Next up? "Grammys, touring, or movies," she says, though there are no tour plans (or Grammy or movies, for that matter) in the works yet. "I'd love to be in Twilight, and I can't be in Harry Potter anymore, which sucks."
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