“Scream Queens” actress Emma Roberts graces the cover of Allure magazine’s January 2016 issue. Roberts has shared in an interview that her work experience in “Scream Queens” made her think about quitting acting to pursue a career behind the cameras.

According to People, Roberts has revealed there will come a time when she no longer wants to be in front of the camera. The 24-year-old actress explained in Allure’s new profile that she still wants to be a part of the show business but more on behind the scenes.

“I would love to produce and maybe write,” Roberts revealed during the Allure magazine interview.

Furthermore, Roberts claims she has been thinking about the career change recently following her work experience in the recently concluded horror-comedy TV series “Scream Queens” where she portrayed character Chanel Oberlin. While filming her scenes in “Scream Queens,” Roberts recounted that she had to do full hair and makeup as well as wear heels and mini dresses every morning.

Roberts confessed that the routine made her want to show up at work one day and not care what she looks like. The “American Horror Story” actress also talked about protecting the privacy of her 14-year-old sister, Grace.

“I love her more than anything or anyone in the world,” Roberts shared.

Roberts recounted that she wanted to share on Instagram some photos of her holiday celebration with Grace. However, Roberts shared that Grace asked not to post the photos on social media because people are calling her younger sister “ugly” on her Instagram account emmaroberts.

Roberts further revealed that the conversation with Grace has inspired her to do an un-retouched photoshoot for Aerie campaign because she wants to show people that there is an Emma Roberts with her hair down, basically no makeup and not having a red carpet look. Roberts’ fans can grab a copy of Allure magazine’s issue on newsstands featuring the “Scream Queens” actress on Tuesday, Dec. 22.

Meanwhile, Roberts’ desire to spend more time behind the cameras one day will sadden some “Scream Queens” fans because it means Chanel Oberlin is going to be missing-in-action if series creator Ryan Murphy’s horror-comedy series gets picked up for a second Season. The finale episode of “Scream Queens” had a cliffhanger ending where the Red Devil killer showed up and targeted Chanel Oberlin, who currently resides in a mental institution.

“Scream Queens” co-star Lea Michele shared in an exclusive ETonline interview that Murphy has already divulged some details for “Scream Queens” Season 2 if it will push through in 2016. Michele teased that there will be a whole new killer to terrorise the pilot season’s surviving characters including her Red Devil killer character, Hester Ulrich.

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