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Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue reveals its first MALE Swim Search finalist

The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue has revealed the finalists in its 2021 Swim Search — and for the first time ever, a male model has made the cut.

Lewis Freese, a 21-year-old from Minneapolis, Minnesota was one of many to enter the virtual model search amid the pandemic — and though making it into the final 15 is a big deal, Lewis told People that ‘the entire concept of being the first male does not phase me.’

‘I really don’t view myself as the first but as the next,’ he said. ‘The next model to break a barrier, the next model to have these uncomfortable conversations, the next model to be unapologetically myself.’

Amazing! The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue has revealed the finalists in its 2021 Swim Search — and for the first time ever, a male model has made the cut

Made it! Lewis Freese, a 21-year-old from Minneapolis, Minnesota was one of many to enter the virtual model search amid the pandemic

Made it! Lewis Freese, a 21-year-old from Minneapolis, Minnesota was one of many to enter the virtual model search amid the pandemic

'I really don't view myself as the first but as the next,' he said. 'The next model to break a barrier, the next model to have these uncomfortable conversations...'

‘I really don’t view myself as the first but as the next,’ he said. ‘The next model to break a barrier, the next model to have these uncomfortable conversations…’

The 15 finalists were unveiled online on Monday, and Lewis immediately took to Instagram to celebrate.

‘I literally don’t even know what to do or say but I am so so so beyond myself right now,’ he wrote. 

‘This dream started years ago and what once seemed almost impossible is finally coming true. I cannot thank @si_swimsuit @mj_day and the entire si swim team for allowing me to spread my message throughout their platform.’

Lewis first applied for Swim Search in 2019, with the journey now culminating in a shoot for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit brand. 

‘Going through this process, I have learned so much about myself, and most importantly, my identity,’ he wrote. 

‘To be honest, I have noooo clue where my gender really falls at the moment but all I can do is take things day by day and share every moment with all of you.’

He went on to thank his family and friends who ‘won’t accept anything but my most authentic self,’ and said he hopes his story inspires others to do the same.

Fluid: Lewis, who applied for the first time in 2019, admitted he has 'no clue where my gender really falls at the moment'

Fluid: Lewis, who applied for the first time in 2019, admitted he has ‘no clue where my gender really falls at the moment’

Huh! He also called it 'ironic' that he's in a swimsuit competition 'when swimsuits have been the downfall of my confidence in the past'

Huh! He also called it ‘ironic’ that he’s in a swimsuit competition ‘when swimsuits have been the downfall of my confidence in the past’

Way to go! However, he praised SI Swim for 'representing a form of inclusivity that stretches far beyond a "trend"'

 Way to go! However, he praised SI Swim for ‘representing a form of inclusivity that stretches far beyond a “trend”‘

‘I hope that any kid or person struggling [right now] can see this and find a light of faith for their own journey.

‘I hope all of you are ready to come on this ride with me because this is so much bigger than me and you, it’s about starting a conversation that is barely being had.

Speaking to People, Lewis admitted that it’s ‘ironic’ that he’s in a swimsuit competition ‘when swimsuits have been the downfall of my confidence in the past’.

‘Swimwear is one of the most binary forms of clothing and I believe Sports Illustrated Swimsuit has redefined the true meaning of what a swimsuit embodies,’ he said. ‘So Swim Search was and is the best avenue for me to not only continue this conversation, but to take back the power that a swimsuit has had over me for so long.’

He also praised SI Swim for embracing inclusivity in an authentic way. 

‘There are very few prominent brands that choose to represent a form of inclusivity that stretches far beyond a “trend,”‘ he said. ‘I really hope it becomes more clear each year that SI Swimsuit is truly a brand that cares about representation. 

'I hope that any kid or person struggling [right now] can see this and find a light of faith for their own journey,' he said

‘I hope that any kid or person struggling [right now] can see this and find a light of faith for their own journey,’ he said

'Inclusivity means so much more than just checking boxes, it's creating new ones that eventually become universally required,' he added

‘Inclusivity means so much more than just checking boxes, it’s creating new ones that eventually become universally required,’ he added

‘As I work more with [editor] MJ Day and the entire SI Swim team, you can hear it in their voices and see it in their eyes that they care so deeply about each of our stories. 

‘Inclusivity means so much more than just checking boxes, it’s creating new ones that eventually become universally required.’

He added that he hopes that he ‘can highlight the smaller, more inclusive brands that are not getting the recognition they deserve’. 

As for the future, Lewis aims to finish college — where he is designing his own degree in business marketing, gender women sexuality studies, and retail merchandising — and hopes to start his own business promoting or creating gender-neutral products.

‘I also want to get into legislative work revolving around trans, queer, and nonbinary reform to improve our community’s accessibility to safety, health care, housing and education,’ he said. 

‘However right now, yes, landing the cover for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit is now on my bucket list. Crazily enough, I’ve never thought modeling could be a reality, but now my current manifestations will be with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit, landing the top six, and being in the next issue!’

Diversity all around! Valentina Sampaio, 24, became the first trans model to pose for the magazine in 2020, and has returned again for the 2021 issue

Diversity all around! Valentina Sampaio, 24, became the first trans model to pose for the magazine in 2020, and has returned again for the 2021 issue

Boundary breaking! Leyna Bloom, 27, is the first ever black and Asian transgender model to appear

Boundary breaking! Leyna Bloom, 27, is the first ever black and Asian transgender model to appear

Diversity: The 2021 issue will also include Filipino-American stunner Kelsey Merritt, 24, who in 2019, became the first woman from the Philippines to grace the inside of iconic issue

Diversity: The 2021 issue will also include Filipino-American stunner Kelsey Merritt, 24, who in 2019, became the first woman from the Philippines to grace the inside of iconic issue

All bodies are beach bodies! There's also Yumi Nu, a Japanese-Dutch model/singer-songwriter, who is the first Asian curve model to pose

All bodies are beach bodies! There’s also Yumi Nu, a Japanese-Dutch model/singer-songwriter, who is the first Asian curve model to pose 

Sexy at any age! At 57, Kathy Jacobs is the oldest rookie to date. She had formerly been an SI Swim Search winner

Sexy at any age! At 57, Kathy Jacobs is the oldest rookie to date. She had formerly been an SI Swim Search winner

The Swimsuit Issue has certainly been growing increasingly diverse over the past several years, casting women in a wide array of sizes, ethnicities, ages, sexualities, and gender identities. 

Valentina Sampaio, 24, became the first trans model to pose for the magazine in 2020, and has returned again for the 2021 issue — and this time, she is joined by Leyna Bloom, 27, is the first ever black and Asian transgender model to appear.

The 2021 issue will also include Filipino-American stunner Kelsey Merritt, 24, who in 2019, became the first woman from the Philippines to grace the inside of iconic issue.

There’s also Yumi Nu, a Japanese-Dutch model/singer-songwriter, who is the first Asian curve model to pose, as well as Kathy Jacobs, 57, who is the oldest rookie to date. She had formerly been an SI Swim Search winner.

The women vying to be Sports Illustrated Swimsuit’s next star: Meet the other 14 Swim Search 2021 finalists, including sports stars, curve models, WAGs, and moms

Brava! Canadian-born, Los Angeles-based Amanda Kay is one of several curve — formerly called plus-size — models to make the cut

Brava! Canadian-born, Los Angeles-based Amanda Kay is one of several curve — formerly called plus-size — models to make the cut

She said: 'I’m so excited for what’s to come and all the amazing people I’m going to meet along the way'

She said: ‘I’m so excited for what’s to come and all the amazing people I’m going to meet along the way’

Amanda Kay

Canadian-born, Los Angeles-based Amanda Kay is one of several curve — formerly called plus-size — models to make the cut. 

She grew up all over the world, moving with her family to Jordan, Egypt, England, Abu Dhabi, and Dubai. 

‘I started my modelling career later in life because I kept making excuses as to why I wasn’t good enough,’ she wrote on Instagram. 

‘I hope I can show anyone out there who is scared or has reservations to just go for it. Amazing things can happen if you put yourself out there and I’m proof of that. 

‘I’m so excited for what’s to come and all the amazing people I’m going to meet along the way.’

Yay! Miami-based model and actress Saje Nicole shared her excitement over making the cut on Instagram

Yay! Miami-based model and actress Saje Nicole shared her excitement over making the cut on Instagram

'Growing up, everything that is beautiful about me was made out to be ugly and unacceptable,' she said. 'Those things have turned out to be my super powers'

‘Growing up, everything that is beautiful about me was made out to be ugly and unacceptable,’ she said. ‘Those things have turned out to be my super powers’

Saje Nicole

Miami-based model and actress Saje Nicole shared her excitement over making the cut on Instagram.

‘Growing up I remember seeing the woman of SI and being so inspired by them! Their drive, their beauty, their messages! This is huge!’ she wrote.

‘And I want to represent for all of the little Haitian girls, women, and men! I Every dark skin woman, every curvy woman, the underrepresented woman, and anyone who resonates with my message: You matter and we are here to show up and show out.’

Speaking to People, Saje celebrated the things that make her special, saying she wishes she could tell her younger self that her uniqueness was her ‘superpower’. 

‘Growing up, everything that is beautiful about me was made out to be ugly and unacceptable. My skin tone, my height, my build and even my ethnicity,’ she said. 

‘Those things have turned out to be my super powers. So it doesn’t matter if you have different textured hair, short, freckled or have different perspectives. You were made beautifully and perfectly. 

‘All of the things that I “should have ” hated about myself have made me as bold, audacious and SEXY as I am.’

Strong! One of several athletes to land among the final 15 this year, Alex Aust is a professional lacrosse player who started out with the Maryland Terrapins

Strong! One of several athletes to land among the final 15 this year, Alex Aust is a professional lacrosse player who started out with the Maryland Terrapins

Athletic: She now lives in Baltimore, Maryland and is a coach for her old college team, as well as a player for the US National Team

Athletic: She now lives in Baltimore, Maryland and is a coach for her old college team, as well as a player for the US National Team

Alex Aust

One of several athletes to land among the final 15 this year, Alex Aust is a professional lacrosse player who started out with the Maryland Terrapins.

She now lives in Baltimore, Maryland and is a coach for her old college team, as well as a player for the US National Team. 

‘To all the female athletes, the sporty girls, lacrosse and ball players, the the women who train for something bigger than themselves — I represent you,’ she wrote on Instagram in celebration of the announcement.

‘You can be BOLD, FIERCE, COMPETITIVE, BAD** + still be BEAUTIFUL, SEXY, FEMININE!! At least @si_swimsuit thinks so too!!’ she added.

However, in an essay for Inside Lacrosse, Alex admitted that she hasn’t always been as confident as she is now — but she chooses to work on it every day.

‘My legs may be bigger than the typical magazine or Instagram model, but they’re what make me run fast,’ she wrote. ‘I might barely fit into non-stretch “skinny” jeans, but that’s because my first step is explosive. 

‘This body is what could play in five club games in 100-degree heat when I was 13, helped me earn the opportunity to play at my dream school, University of Maryland, and took me on to win a gold medal with Team USA. 

‘When you think about your body this way, you wonder, “How could I think or talk negatively about something so valuable?”’

Career change: Gabriella Halikas — known to followers as Ella — is now a working curve model from Los Angeles, but she started off her career as a journalist

Career change: Gabriella Halikas — known to followers as Ella — is now a working curve model from Los Angeles, but she started off her career as a journalist

Putting in the effort: On Instagram, Gabriella said she's been working for years for this opportunity, tagging SI Swim and its editors in her all of her Instagram posts

Putting in the effort: On Instagram, Gabriella said she’s been working for years for this opportunity, tagging SI Swim and its editors in her all of her Instagram posts

Gabriella Halikas

Gabriella Halikas — known to followers as Ella — is now a working curve model from Los Angeles, but she started off her career as a journalist, having graduated from the University of Hawaii at Manoa with a journalism degree.

‘It wasn’t until I began posting a ton of photos on the beach in Hawaii, where people kept telling me I had a chance at modeling,’ she told Voyage LA

‘I thought my friends were crazy, considering I was a size 14 and far from society’s beauty standards. But I believe my confidence is what inspired people through my photos. 

‘The second I got behind the camera, I felt so empowered and confident in my skin that I instantly knew I could go somewhere with this.’

On Instagram, Gabriella said she’s been working for years for this opportunity, tagging SI Swim and its editors in her all of her Instagram posts. 

‘I can’t wait to continue these conversations on confidence and self-love with this platform, and start new conversations that will help shift society’s beauty standards and show our youth that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes,’ she wrote. 

Busy! Wilton, New Hampshire native Bethany AuCoin, 21, is a production assistant, community manager, and waitress — and now, she can add 'model' to her résumé

Busy! Wilton, New Hampshire native Bethany AuCoin, 21, is a production assistant, community manager, and waitress — and now, she can add ‘model’ to her résumé

'I have never felt more empowered to love myself the way I am than when I’m connecting with this community,' she wrote on Instagram

‘I have never felt more empowered to love myself the way I am than when I’m connecting with this community,’ she wrote on Instagram

Bethany AuCoin

Wilton, New Hampshire native Bethany AuCoin, 21, is a production assistant, community manager, and waitress — and now, she can add ‘model’ to her résumé.  

‘I have never felt more empowered to love myself the way I am than when I’m connecting with this community,’ she wrote on Instagram.  

‘This is your sign to follow those dreams that feel like a long shot! Love yourself as you are, show up even if you don’t think you’re “perfect” or “ready,” and you’ll grow more than you could ever imagine,’ she added.

‘And if you’ve dreamt of modeling, but you let your height stop you — I’m 5’2”, you’ve got this!!’ she concluded

Congratulations for Bethany have poured in, including from Sports Illustrated models Brooks Nader and Haley Kalil.

Get fit! Katie Austin, 28, has followed in the footsteps of her fitness instructor mother Denise Austin and has her own app for workouts and healthy recipes

Get fit! Katie Austin, 28, has followed in the footsteps of her fitness instructor mother Denise Austin and has her own app for workouts and healthy recipes

Based in Los Angeles, she told Instagram followers this week that this is 'the most motivating and humbling opportunity I’ve ever done!!!'

Ever the athlete, Katie was one of many finalists to cite US Women's Soccer star Alex Morgan as a favorite cover

Woohoo! Based in Los Angeles, she told Instagram followers this week that this is ‘the most motivating and humbling opportunity I’ve ever done!!!’

Katie Austin 

Katie Austin, 28, has followed in the footsteps of her fitness instructor mother Denise Austin and has her own app for workouts and healthy recipes.

Based in Los Angeles, she told Instagram followers this week that this is ‘the most motivating and humbling opportunity I’ve ever done!!!’

Ever the athlete, Katie was one of many finalists to cite US Women’s Soccer star Alex Morgan as a favorite cover.

‘I love seeing female athletes and women of different body types featured in the magazine!’ she told People. ‘SI Swimsuit represents body inclusivity and their vision has changed my outlook on how females can and should be portrayed in the media.’

Who knew? Los Angeles-based Christen Harper is one of several finalists to reveal that she's struggled with insecurity about her body

Who knew? Los Angeles-based Christen Harper is one of several finalists to reveal that she’s struggled with insecurity about her body

WAG time: She is a model, actress, and WAG — she's the girlfriend of Detroit Lions quarterback Jared Goff

WAG time: She is a model, actress, and WAG — she’s the girlfriend of Detroit Lions quarterback Jared Goff

Proud: Jared penned a sweet tribute to Christen on his Instagram Stories, praising her for going 'outside her comfort zone [to] make her dream come true'

Proud: Jared penned a sweet tribute to Christen on his Instagram Stories, praising her for going 'outside her comfort zone [to] make her dream come true'

Proud: Jared penned a sweet tribute to Christen on his Instagram Stories, praising her for going ‘outside her comfort zone [to] make her dream come true’

Christen Harper

Los Angeles-based Christen Harper is a model, actress, and WAG — she’s the girlfriend of Detroit Lions quarterback Jared Goff.

Becoming part of the SI Swim family, she joins the ranks of fellow WAGs Camille Kostek and Olivia Culpo, who date Rob Gronkowski and Christian McCaffrey, respectively.

But those she’s obviously stunning, Christen is one of several finalists to reveal that she’s struggled with insecurity about her body. 

‘It took a long time to fully love my body for all that it is, but I am standing here today happier and more confident than ever,’ she said in an audition tape. 

‘I want to inspire other women to feel the same way and to treat their body the way they would a best friend…love her, respect her and ultimately believe in her.’

On Instagram, Christen said being an SI Swim model has been a lifelong dream, but she’d never made it until now.

‘SI is the reason I became a model and for years I tried to get a casting with them but never quite made it. Instead of just accepting that and moving on I decided to take things into my own hands and chase this dream myself!’ she said.

America-bound: Originally from Bromley, London, and now a New York City resident, Natalie Gage admitted that she didn't grow up buying the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue

America-bound: Originally from Bromley, London, and now a New York City resident, Natalie Gage admitted that she didn’t grow up buying the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue

'Here's to continuing to break down barriers and celebrating how limitless we can be,' she wrote on Instagram

‘Here’s to continuing to break down barriers and celebrating how limitless we can be,’ she wrote on Instagram

Natalie Gage

Originally from Bromley, London, and now a New York City resident, Natalie Gage admitted that she didn’t grow up buying the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue — but she nonetheless fell in love with it over a decade ago.

‘Growing up in England, I could never buy the magazine, but in 2009 I came across Ariel Meredith’s SI shoots in Mexico and became obsessed with the magazine,’ she told People.

She went on to chase her own dream to appear in its pages, and is now one of just 15 finalists. 

‘Here’s to continuing to break down barriers and celebrating how limitless we can be,’ she wrote on Instagram.  

Swim fan: Allie Ayers of Lamont, Oklahoma is one finalist who makes the case that persistence is key — since she first applied for the Swim Search back in 2018

Swim fan: Allie Ayers of Lamont, Oklahoma is one finalist who makes the case that persistence is key — since she first applied for the Swim Search back in 2018

Allie Ayers

Allie Ayers of Lamont, Oklahoma is one finalist who makes the case that persistence is key — since she first applied for the Swim Search back in 2018. 

‘SI Swimsuit feels like it’s always been present in my life. I spent a lot of time researching Tyra when I thought I WAS America’s Next Top Model as a middle schooler,’ she told People.

‘Then I specifically remember putting sunscreen everywhere but across my nose so I just might get freckles like Marissa Miller. 

‘The biggest memory, though, was seeing Myla Dalbesio featured and realizing, at my size, I could model on a large scale, after years of being told I was too big to model.’ 

Allie is also the funder and CEO of Bissy Swim, so she certainly knows a thing or two about swimwear.

MILF: Kristen Louelle of San Deigo is mother to two kids and a popular mommy blogger behind The Brunching Mama

MILF: Kristen Louelle of San Deigo is mother to two kids and a popular mommy blogger behind The Brunching Mama

Made it! She said this is 'the DREAM I’ve had since I was old enough to sneak SI mags'

Made it! She said this is ‘the DREAM I’ve had since I was old enough to sneak SI mags’

Kristen Louelle

A popular mommy blogger behind The Brunching Mama, Kristen Louelle of San Deigo is mother to two kids, Jaxon Jet and Conway Bo, with her husband Tyler Gaffney,

Tyler, an athlete, has previously played in the NFL for the Carolina Panthers and the New England Patriots, and also did a stint playing minor league baseball.

Of making the final 15, Kristen said: ‘That is the exact line I have been manifesting for YEARS. The EXACT line I have been writing day after day after day in my journal. The DREAM I’ve had since I was old enough to sneak SI mags and point at @rebeccaromijn and say “I’m gunna be her one day.” 

‘And it happened. It finally frickin happened.

‘This is my THIRD time trying [to win the competition]. I felt like the kid on American Idol who still needed to grow & had lots to learn still. Well.. I BEEN GROWIN!!! 

‘I’ve been working my a** off, I’ve been told no more times than yes, I’ve had days of doubt & sleepless nights.. BUT I NEVER GAVE UP. And it’s because I never gave up that I’m here today,’ she wrote.

Strike a pose! Model Taylor Sharpe's Instagram page makes it quite clear that the Los Angeles resident is at home in a bikini, so it's no wonder she was picked by the SI Swim team

Strike a pose! Model Taylor Sharpe’s Instagram page makes it quite clear that the Los Angeles resident is at home in a bikini, so it’s no wonder she was picked by the SI Swim team

Role models: Taylor said that the magazine — and Brooklyn Decker's cover in particular — made a big difference in her life

Role models: Taylor said that the magazine — and Brooklyn Decker’s cover in particular — made a big difference in her life

Taylor Sharpe

Model Taylor Sharpe’s Instagram page makes it quite clear that the Los Angeles resident is at home in a bikini, so it’s no wonder she was picked by the SI Swim team.

Speaking to People, Taylor said that the magazine — and Brooklyn Decker’s cover in particular — made a big difference in her life. 

‘When I saw Brooklyn Decker’s cover in 2010 I was around 12 years old and just starting to fill out my body with curves, every other girl in my school didn’t have hips and I remember hating them,’ she said. 

‘I wanted to be like the other girls because I never saw anyone like me! I saw her cover and remember thinking wow! I look like her! She looks beautiful,’ she said. 

Worth it! Ally Courtnall of Los Angeles admitted that it's 'not easy putting yourself out there time and time again'— but in this case, 'I can 100% say it was so freaking worth it'

Worth it! Ally Courtnall of Los Angeles admitted that it’s ‘not easy putting yourself out there time and time again’— but in this case, ‘I can 100% say it was so freaking worth it’

Perfection: Ally, a UCLA alum and self-described mental and physical health advocate, she she wishes she could tell her younger self that she's great just the way she is

Perfection: Ally, a UCLA alum and self-described mental and physical health advocate, she she wishes she could tell her younger self that she’s great just the way she is

Ally Courtnall

Ally Courtnall of Los Angeles admitted that it’s ‘not easy putting yourself out there time and time again’— but in this case, ‘I can 100% say it was so freaking worth it.’

Ally, a UCLA alum and self-described mental and physical health advocate, told People that she wishes she could tell her younger self that she’s great just the way she is. 

‘You are more than good enough. The only one who gets to decide your worth is you. Show yourself more love and always make your mental health a priority,’ she said in an interview this week.

Stunning! Summer Wilson figured that at 30, her chance of modeling was over — but the Baltimore, Maryland resident who works in medical sales was dead wrong

Stunning! Summer Wilson figured that at 30, her chance of modeling was over — but the Baltimore, Maryland resident who works in medical sales was dead wrong

Smize! Summer said that her most iconic SI Swim memory is Tyra Banks, whom she also loved watching on America's Next Top Model

Smize! Summer said that her most iconic SI Swim memory is Tyra Banks, whom she also loved watching on America’s Next Top Model

Summer Wilson

Summer Wilson figured that at 30, her chance of modeling was over — but the Baltimore, Maryland resident who works in medical sales was dead wrong. 

‘Everyone who thinks dreams have an expiration date — THEY DON’T,’ she wrote. ‘I don’t think I’m reinventing the wheel of following dreams, I just think I just kept the wheel turning — persistence pays off.

Summer said that her most iconic SI Swim memory is Tyra Banks, whom she also loved watching on America’s Next Top Model. 

‘I adore her as a model and her advice helped me smize my way through all my cringey high school pics growing up,’ she said. 

Surprise! Actor and personal chef Chelsea Heath has a unique connection to another SI Swim mode: she once cooked as a sous chef for Molly Sims' kid's birthday party

Surprise! Actor and personal chef Chelsea Heath has a unique connection to another SI Swim mode: she once cooked as a sous chef for Molly Sims’ kid’s birthday party

'Eleven years in California, and I’ve just hit one of my biggest goals,' the Newport Beach, California resident who grew up in Louisiana wrote

‘Eleven years in California, and I’ve just hit one of my biggest goals,’ the Newport Beach, California resident who grew up in Louisiana wrote

Chelsea Heath

Actor and personal chef Chelsea Heath has a unique connection to another SI Swim mode: she once cooked as a sous chef for Molly Sims’ kid’s birthday party.

She celebrated her own finalist status on Instagram this week. 

‘Eleven years in California, and I’ve just hit one of my biggest goals,’ the Newport Beach, California resident who grew up in Louisiana wrote. 

‘The emotions that come out of this are indescribable. I keep wondering if this is how Gal Gadot felt when she received the news that she was going to be Wonder Woman. Or maybe this was the feeling Reese Witherspoon felt when she landed Legally Blonde.

‘Whatever your dream goal is, know this. You CAN achieve anything. Spend your time wisely on what you want to make of your life. It took me a very, very long time to figure that out & it’s OKAY to take your time with it,’ she said.


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