In tonight’s episode “Livin’ on a Prom”, Bonnie (Melissa Peterman) is tired of not being appreciated for everything she does for the boys and Emma and decides to go on strike. When it’s quickly obvious they can’t survive without her, Ben (Jean-Luc Bilodeau) realizes the best way back into his mom’s good graces is to take her to the Bon Jovi concert.
But when Tucker (Tahj Mowry) unknowingly buys fake tickets, Bonnie must get through time in Bon Jovi jail, a tough security guard (Gary Anthony Williams) and a little dilemma in the green room if she hopes to meet her idol.
Meanwhile, Riley (Kane) and Danny (Theler) return to their high school to chaperone prom and run into Vice Principal Peters (Kim Coles), who’s still inappropriately enamored with Danny.
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Check it out — The Vamps are Radio Disney’s newest N.B.T. Artists!
The band — Bradley Will Simpson, James McVey, Tristan Evans, and Connor Ball — will be featured in the showcase, where fans can get exclusive behind-the-scenes access to everything on The Vamps, while on their way to becoming music’s Next Big Thing.
During their run on N.B.T., cameras will follow The Vamps through their music video shoot for “Somebody To You” this spring, and on “The Secret Tour,” their first-ever U.S. tour with Austin Mahone and Fifth Harmony, kicking off July 25th in San Antonio, Texas.
Don’t forget that The Vamps will be performing at “ARDY’s Pre-show Party” festival, a free-to-the-public event on Saturday, April 26th at Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE, ahead of the 2014 Radio Disney Music Awards.
Megan & Liz just dropped their newest single, “Simple Life” since moving to Nashville and it’s everything!
The singing sisters debuted the track on Billboard, revealing that they have also parted ways with their former label, The Collective.
“We have had great success to date with The Collective and we would like to thank them for offering us an incredible opportunity,” Megan shared. “Both myself and Liz are saddened by the closing of the label, but we are grateful to have had the chance to play a part in its success. We have learned so much from the experience and we are excited to continue to grow as artists and creating music that is true to our hearts. While embarking on this new journey is scary, it is necessary to carry out our vision for ourselves and our fans.”
Liz added about their fans following them, “We have been able to have a great relationship with our fans while at The Collective, and that’s not going to change. I’m not worried about the future, because our fans always support us and whatever path we choose to follow.”
The “Simple Life” EP is expected to debut on June 3rd.