Jack Griffo is Bello Mags‘s cover star, and his sexy photo shoot shows a side to him you may have never seen before.
The 20-year-old old The Thundermans star has been on Nickelodeon since he was 14 years old, so it’s hard to pinpoint the moment he went from adorable child star to bonafide hottie, but it has definitely happened.
Jack tells the magazine he’s not very loyal to his workout regimen, lol.
“I haven’t worked out in a while, to be honest [laughing],” he confesses to Bello. “The thing is, when I do work out, I work out really, really hard — almost everyday. But when I don’t, I just won’t do anything. Maybe I’ll do some pushups at night but that’s about it. But I’ll get back in there soon.”
We can totally relate.
He also dishes on his summer plans, and it involves a lot of music!
“I’m going to be off at the end of May, and I know there’s a possible Europe trip in the works,” he says. “There’s also a lot music festivals coming up, like one in Wisconsin, which is where my girlfriend is from, so I’m really excited about that. There’s also the Governor’s Ball Festival and the Panorama Festivals coming up in New York. Childish Gambino will be at the Governor’s Ball and Frank Ocean will be at Panorama — two of my favorite artists.”
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Some actors don’t even have to audition for roles on television shows or even movies, and Lucy Hale is one of them.
The actress, who plays Aria Montgomery on Pretty Little Liars, didn’t actually have to audition at all.
“She was coming off of Privileged and everybody wanted to do a TV show with her,” showrunner I. Marlene King shared with Variety. “I grabbed a coffee with her … and she had read the script and she loved it, and she wanted to play Hanna and I didn’t think she was a Hanna; I thought she was an Aria.”
She adds, “I said, ‘Go home and read it again.’ She read it again and she chem[istry] read for both roles with a couple of guys, and once she started doing her scenes, she’s like, ‘You’re right. I’m Aria.’”
Colleen Ballinger, creator of the hilarious lipsticked character Miranda Sings, isn’t one to miss out on trends — so she had to try out the viral FaceApp.
The new app, which is quickly making the rounds on social media, takes a user’s selfie and uses four filters to make them look like a baby, an adult, or an elderly person of either gender. It also has options to make a person smile.
Colleen posted her signature Miranda grimace with altogether too much lipstick to her official Miranda Sings Instagram, and transformed herself into a boy and an old man, and used the smiling filter.
The results, suffice it to say, are iconic. (Try it and tag us on IG with your best pics!)
Oliver and Felicity have kind of had a rollercoaster type relationship on Arrow — and tonight’s going to change it all.
EP Wendy Mercile chatted with EOnline about the twosome’s relationship and how it’s going to change from now on.
“This was her season to go down the dark rabbit hole and figure out for herself who she wanted to be on this team and how she wanted to do things,” Wendy shared.
“And as we know, since the death of Malone, she’s really doubled down on this very Oliver season one idea of, you know, you gotta get the bad guys at all costs.”
She added, “There’s no way she can get through that without some consequences, and Oliver is really having to stand by and witness it is and is really powerless to keep her from going deeper into Helix.”
“It’s going to change their relationship. It’s really going to change the way he views her and the way she views him.”