Rebecca Murray from About.com recently spoke with Christina Milian about her new movie ‘Love Don’t Cost a Thing’. Asked about why she chose not to do any music for the movie, she responded, “I didn’t want it to come off as though, ‘Here’s Christina Milian, the singer that got lucky to do a movie.’ I actually started out with acting and I’ve been acting for about 12 years. I moved here to California when I was 13 to pursue my acting career. It wasn’t until I was about 17 or 18 years old that I got into music. I just wanted to make sure, especially as far as my first movie and my first starring role – a lot of the musicians are doing that now, where they combine the music in the movies. I’m like, ‘Maybe I’ll do that later. I want to do it for the right thing.’ I don’t want to do every movie and be the singer in the movie, like, ‘Now she sings a song all of a sudden.’ I thought that would be kind of cheesy, so I kept it separate.” Read more.