I'm no celebrity, but I can imagine it would get a bit exhausting to answer the same old asinine questions over and over again.
Which is why, when Camila was recently given the chance to speak about an issue that's important to her, she was elated.
On Monday's episode of the Tamron Hall Show, Camila was asked about facing discrimination in the industry.
"It's important to display Latinx people not just as like the poor underdogs," she told Tamron, "but as people who can be successful. I think that's like, a very empowering message to send to our audience."
She also touched on her own feelings and insecurities growing up in the industry as a "young girl" and feeling like she was "a supporting role to [her] white counterparts."
Now as an adult, Camila says she wants to ensure she makes good use of her platform to "connect" with her younger fanbase. "What do I want to do for the world? How do I want to make a difference?" she explained. "And kind of thinking, 'Ok, when I was a teenager, what did I need from my teen idols?'"
Obviously, being able to play Veronica and the business-owning boss that she is, Camila is already breaking stereotypes for Latinx characters.
In her Instagram post about the interview, she called it "refreshing" to "be able to discuss topics" she cares about in an interview.
TBH, it's also refreshing as a fan to get to hear Camila discuss something other than Riverdale's ridiculous plot.