Check out this sneak peek at tonight’s all-new episode of Baby Daddy!
In “Condom Conundrum,” after Emma accidentally pokes holes in Ben’s (Jean-Luc Bilodeau) stash of condoms, Ben, Tucker (Tahj Mowry) and Danny (Derek Theler) all fear their girlfriends might be pregnant.
They discreetly try to find out if there’s anything to worry about while the girls pretend to have pregnancy symptoms to get them to confess the truth.
Be sure to watch Baby Daddy TONIGHT, July 27 @ 8:30PM on Freeform.
The 22-year-old musician just announced the release date this week and also debuted the official artwork on Instagram.
“I am elated for people to hear what I’ve been working for the last year and a half. This EP directly represents the album’s dimensions without giving too much away,” Jordan shared.
There are four songs on Jordan‘s EP including “All About Us”, plus “Counterfeit”, “All I Wanna Do”, and “Lookin’ Like That.” The EP will drop on Friday, August 19th online and be in stores on September 9th.
Jordan is also pictured leaving NBC studios after taping his appearance on Today in New York City on Wednesday (July 27).
Aly Raisman talks with Madison Kocian while arriving at the airport in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Wednesday afternoon (July 27).
The 22-year-old gymnast was voted team captain for the team, for her second straight Olympic games.
“Found out through @USAGym Twitter I’m captain again :) thanks guys @gabrielledoug @Simone_Biles @MadisonKocian @lzhernandez02 #USA #RIO2016,” Aly wrote on Twitter before sharing another team pic from Olympic processing.
The twenty-something songstress wrote most of her upcoming album, which will be released later this year.
“Dizzy is my album’s feel good, driving-on-the-beach-with-my-windows-down song,” Melanie told JJJ. “It was a blast to write and we channeled the old school Alanis [Morissette] that I grew up with jamming to, which I think came across well. It’s a song that came from my heart, so I hope everyone feels the love!”
The 19-year-old social media star opened up about his Disney show Bizaardvark and more. Check it:
On if he plans to keep his social media presence separate from the show: “I see the social media world and the acting world being separate. I think they complement one another, but I think they are two separate things that I’m doing. I’m a different person in the social than in the acting space and I’m just getting started in acting.”
On how his life has transitioned so far in the day-to-day: “I do a good job of making it look like I’m having fun all the time, but people don’t see the long hours behind it – they just see the end result. I think that’s the way it is with a lot of things in entertainment.”
On whether he sees Disney Channel as a stepping stone: “What I’ve always wanted – my dream role – is to play a superhero or a supervillain. So, I see myself transitioning into Marvel, which is owned by Disney – or maybe into an ABC show.”