Hellcats is back on the CW TOMORROW and JJJ can’t wait to see all the drama!
We sat down with star Ashley Tisdale over the weekend to get the scoop on the second half of the season. Check out what she had to tell us:
On the rift between Marti and Savannah: “Marti and Savannah…they’re roommates and friends who trusted each other and when we left off, we found out Marti had gotten together with Dan and betrayed Lewis and Savannah. We really don’t know what’s going to happen. It’s really hard for Savannah because she brought Marti into the Hellcats and Marti really does owe Savannah her scholarship. There’s definitely this whole trust issue now. But Savannah has this really good heart and people make mistakes. Now it’s just finding out whether they can get through it.”
On what it takes to be a Hellcat: “This is an awesome question! It takes being fearless, it takes a lot of confidence and you definitely have to be an athlete. You have to have a lot of spunk and be ready for the drama (laughs). You have to be multi-talented in all those categories. There’s definitely a lot of drama in Cheer-Town, so be ready.”
On singing on the show with 3!OH3: “It was so much fun and I’m such a big fan of theirs too. When I heard they were coming to Vancouver to perform, I freaked out. We actually use a lot of their music on the show too. When production told me that they wanted me to perform ‘My First Kiss’ — the Ke$ha part – with them on the show, I was really freaking out. It was so exciting. They guys were super cool, really fun to play off of and we had a great time.”
On possibly continuing to sing on the show: “I think that since I’ve sung in most of the other projects that I’ve done, it wasn’t something that I needed to do on Hellcats or wanted to do. But if there’s a more organic way to do it, I’d definitely be open to it. For me, it just has to make sense for Savannah.”
On putting all her trust in her costars and cheerleaders on the show: “I actually did a stunt for this episode — a half scorpion (a liberty) — they threw me in the air and caught my feet. It was so insane and intense. I want to do it again! It was definitely a situation where you have to be fearless and really trust the people who are holding you up there. Trust is a big, big thing. If you don’t have it, you will fall.”
Stay tuned to JJJ — we’ll have more from Ashley tomorrow!
UPDATE: Pics from Ashley‘s EXTRA interview have been added!