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“New Year’s Eve” Actress Katherine Heigl Talks Hollywood & Mother To ELLE for their January 2012 issue. The 33 year old actress has been busy with promotional duties for her new film that is set to be released on December 9th of this year. Heigl will now be gracing the front cover of the magazine and an interview will be within the magazine. The photographer for the shoot was Carter Smith and he photographed the gorgeous actress in a very classy and tasteful manner.

Every person has a goal that might be impossible for them to accomplish. Heigl is no different and has an impossible goal that other people have this same exact goal, to be liked by everyone. She explains, “I’m just that a**hole who really wants everyone to like me, and it’s a ridiculous goal and it’s an impossible goal. But I think if I just keep pushing forward and showing myself through and through, they will see me again for who I really am and not what has been sort of spun about me.”

When Heigl first began in the acting industry people tried to make her into being “America’s Sweetheart” role. This was something that she didn’t want and is happy that it didn’t happen. Heigl reveals, “I’ve never really been America’s sweetheart, but for a minute I think that’s what they wanted me to be. And I had ‘em for a second thinking maybe I was. And then I opened my mouth, and it was very clear I wasn’t. There’s so much of my mother’s caustic, sarcastic, irreverent take on things. But I also love and embrace it.”

As for moving to Los Angeles with her mother and not knowing anyone in the beginning was really difficult for the two. Heigl had moved out to L.A to pursue a career in acting. Heigl explains, “The first five or six years in L.A. were hard. I didn’t know anybody. You don’t meet people going on auditions, because everyone is competing. So it’s not like you’re gonna be like, ‘Hey, what are you doing later? You wanna grab lunch?’ So it was just me and Nancy. We watched a lot of Golden Girls, and we made dream journals and read The Artist’s Way.”