Ashley Greene talks love, "LOL" co-star Miley Cyrus and life after "Twilight" in the March issue of Teen Vogue.
Greene has been dating singer Joe Jonas since last summer, shortly after the heartthrob attended the London premiere of her film "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse." Despite their busy schedules, the two have since moved full-steam ahead.
Read the full interview with Ashley Greene in Teen Vogue
"We met through mutual friends in London, which is crazy because we both live in L.A.," Greene reveals. "We've already met each other's parents, which I think is a good result of the kind of lifestyle we live. He's sweet and really funny, which is huge for me."
In the interview, 22-year-old Greene also dishes about another teen idol: 18-year-old Cyrus, her co-star in the upcoming romantic comedy "LOL."
"She's young," Greene tells Teen Vogue of the controversial "Hannah Montana" star, "but we could relate to each other because she's probably been through as much as a 40-year-old!"
Currently shooting the final chapter of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn," Greene admits she's looking forward to leaving vampire Alice Cullen behind.
At TeenVogue.com: The ultimate guide to the "Twilight" saga
"As much as I love that character, I'm excited for people to see a bit of my range," she says.
The March issue of Teen Vogue arrives on newsstands February 8.
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