Skylar Grey Is a Feminist Role Model and 13 Other Things We Learned from Her Phone

"I'm comfortable with my body and believe in instilling confidence for other girls to feel the same."

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Ever wondered what's on your favorite celebrity's phone (ya know, in a non-weird way)? teamed up with Skylar Grey to unlock some cellular secrets, and got details on the singer's personal texts, most embarrassing photos, and even her weirdest phone habits. Let's collectively swipe right, shall we?

What's your phone's lock screen photo? "A photo of my dog Scout running through the mountains in Utah. But thanks for reminding me...I need to change it to include my new puppy as well!"

What was the last text you sent? "Just the letter 'K.' Exciting, I know."

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Who was the last person you called? "My dear friend Elliott Taylor...I wanted to thank him for hosting me and all my best girlfriends on his property in Napa Valley this past weekend...we camped in Yurts!"

What was the last photo you liked on Instagram? "A photo of another dear friend Oliver Trevena... he's standing with a couple of kids who are holding signs for Operation Smile. He's very socially conscious and philanthropic. I'm trying to do more of that too...which is why at the Grammys I partnered with Absolut Lime for their #RefreshTheTalk campaign that puts a spotlight on social issues on the red carpet."

Look at your camera roll—what was the last random thing you screen-grabbed? "A screen grab of a magazine putting me on the 'best dressed" list on the Grammys red carpet! For the campaign, I did my own version of the Women's March on the carpet by holding a clutch with LED lights on it that flashed words like 'equality' and 'empowerment.' I was stoked to see that people noticed my little march!"

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What's your most played song on Spotify? "Currently 'Daydreaming' by Radiohead. It's so beautiful and melancholy—it makes me cry."

What was the last thing you Google searched? "I just looked up how to spell melancholy. I'm a horrible speller."

What do you have filed away in notes? "Tons of lyric ideas! Also some philosophical thoughts, and some to-do lists."

How many unread messages are in your little red bubble email counter right now? "11, but they're all emails I sent to myself. Don't ask."

What's the oldest photo on your phone? The newest? "The oldest is a photo from behind-the-scenes at my 'Lemonade' music video shoot off my album Natural Causes that dropped last fall. The newest is a photo of me standing by a campfire."

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What's the most embarrassing photo on your phone? "I don't really get embarrassed by photos. As you can probably tell from my Instagram, I'm comfortable with my body and believe in instilling confidence for other girls to feel the same."

What was the last thing you bought using your phone? "A pair of Stella Mccartney pants from Outnet...65% off!"

What was your last Uber destination? "From the Salt Lake City airport to my house in Park was a scary drive late at night in a blizzard!"

And finally, what's your weirdest phone habit? "Haha...uh...dropping it constantly!"

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Mehera Bonner
Entertainment Editor

Mehera Bonner is a celebrity and entertainment news writer who enjoys Bravo and Antiques Roadshow with equal enthusiasm. She was previously entertainment editor at Marie Claire and has covered pop culture for over a decade.