Breanna is also featured in the newest issue of LVLten magazine where she opened up about a particular behind-the-scenes moment.
“Pne time we were on set and Tony who plays Dewey Finn, had this funny scene that no one could stop laughing during filming. Next take, we’re sitting there trying real hard not to laugh. We’ve got to hold it in right? Then he says his line and we all break out laughing again!” she shared.
Breanna continued, “Then he takes us back and tells us, ‘Hey guys you really gotta stop laughing.’ Now the thing about Tony is that he’s a great guy to have on set. He’s a super funny guy and he is super cool. When we need to focus he reels us in.”
This summer also marks the opening of Ghost Town Alive!, which will allow guests young and young at heart to live the west through inventive new ways to interact with characters and environments as each day, a different story will unfold throughout all of Ghost Town.
20+ pics inside of Ryan Newman, Jack Griffo and more…
Carlos PenaVega is headed back to Nickelodeon in their newest animated show, The Loud House.
Inspired by creator Chris Savino’s life growing up in a family of 10 kids, The Loud House follows Lincoln Loud and his 10 sisters as he gives an inside look at what it takes to survive the chaos of a huge family.
Carlos will voice as Bobby Santiago, the 17-year-old romantic, puppy dog-like boyfriend of Lincoln’s oldest sister Lori. He’ll debut in TONIGHT’s episode, “Undie Pressure” @ 5PM ET/PT.
In this episode, Lincoln and his sisters bet on who can go the longest without doing their most annoying habits.
School of Rock‘s Breanna Yde has also joined the show as Ronnie Anne, Lincoln’s school-mate, who is into skating, gaming and pranking, but also has a softer side.
The new series debuted Monday, May 2nd, and airs weekdays at 5PM ET/PT on Nickelodeon.
The show follows a group of rule-abiding students — Zack (Lance Lim), Lawrence (Aidan Miner), Freddy (Ricardo Hurtado), Summer Summer (Jade Pettyjohn) and Tomika (Breanna Yde) — who learn to take risks and reach new heights thanks to substitute teacher Dewey Finn (Tony Cavalero), a down-on-his-luck musician who uses the language of rock ‘n’ roll to inspire his class to form a secret band.
Throughout the school year, these middle-school classmates find themselves navigating relationships, discovering their unknown talents and learning lessons on loyalty and friendships.
We recently caught up with Breanna and Jade at Nickeleodeon’s #BuzzTracks concert and here’s what they told us:
School of Rock airs Saturdays @ 8:30PM on Nickelodeon!
JustJaredJr: What were you doing/where were you when you found out you got the role on School of Rock?
Breanna Yde: I was in San Diego going to get lunch when I found out I got the role in Nickelodeon’s School Of Rock.
Jade Pettyjohn: Oh this is a funny story. I was at school in class and my teacher came up and told me that I needed to call my mom right away, which isn’t normal, so I was already thinking that something was wrong. When I stepped out to call her she said “Jade Elizabeth Pettyjohn” and who doesn’t freak out thinking they are in trouble when their mom uses your middle name? My heart was pounding wondering what I did and there was this long silence until she finally said “YOU BOOKED IT!”
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In case you missed the big news, School of Rock premieres RIGHT AFTER the KCAs TONIGHT on Nickelodeon!
FYI: Breanna wore a Molo jacket, Chloe jumpsuit and Giuseppe Zanotti bracelet and shoes. Jade wore a Sandro jacket, Fausto Puglisi skirt, Pierre Hardy shoes, Tiffany Chou braclelet, and Nissa jewelry rings.
Hosted by Blake Shelton, tune in and watch TONIGHT at 8PM ET/PT on Nickelodeon.
Corbin Bleu suits up sharp for The Actors Fund’s 2015 Looking Ahead Awards held at Taglyan Cultural Complex on Thursday night (December 3) in Hollywood.
The 26-year-old actor brought his entire family — sisters Phoenix and Jag, and fiance Sasha Clements — to the event where they honored his parents, David Reivers and Martha Callari with the Judy and Hilary Swank Award for parenting.
Ashley Argota hosted the even, which honors leaders in the current and former young performer community who continue to inspire the world by living the program’s core values of growth, education, leadership and community service.