Caitlyn Taylor Love caught up with JJJ during lunch earlier this week to tell us all about her excitement in singing at the Dodgers game today (July 22).
The 16-year-old actress dished, “I’m so excited! Dodgers vs. Mets! I’ll actually be singing the National Anthem and ‘God Bless America’ during the game. It’s also Phineas and Ferb day too!”
Caitlyn continued, sharing her pre-game rituals with us, “I tell myself not to mess up! Kidding! I have the warm water and salt and of course a little prayer.”
FYI — Phineas and Ferb fans can purchase tickets to the show’s MyTown section for $37 (instead of the regular-priced $50). Each ticket price includes admission to the game, a limited edition Dodgertown t-shirt featuring both characters, Disney XD giveaways and an all-you-can-eat, kid-friendly menu featuring Dodger Dogs and Phineas and Ferb-inspired food. Tickets are available at Dodgers.com/mytownspecial and enter the promo code MYTOWN!
Stay tuned to JJJ to see what Caitlyn told us about singing on I’m in the Band!
ARE YOU EXCITED to see Caitlyn sing at the Dodgers game today?
Caitlyn Taylor Love rocks out for the camera as she performs a cover of Pat Benetar‘s “Hit Me With Your Best Shot.”
The 16-year-old actress/singer stars as Izzy Fuentes on Disney XD’s I’m In the Band.
Caitlyn has told JJJ about her music before: “Iâ€™m kind of just doing it on my own right now. I donâ€™t have a record deal or anything right now. I just want to get my album finished and then give it to them [a label] so they canâ€™t change anything (laughs). My style is really heavy rock actually.”
FYI: Caitlyn will also be singing the national anthem and “God Bless America” on July 22 at the Dodgers vs. Mets game at Dodger Stadium!
WHAT DO YOU THINK of Caitlyn’s cover?
Greg Baker, Steve Valentine and Stephen Full get themselves in a bind in this new still from I’m In The Band.
In tomorrow’s episode “Road Tripp,” Iron Weasel hits the open road after Tripp (Logan Miller) books a mini-concert tour around Southern California. Things aren’t as glamorous as Tripp envisioned as the quartet ends up eating, sleeping and getting ready in the confines of the cramped van and can’t stop arguing with each other.
To make matters worse, the venues they are playing at are less than stellar. Tripp, feeling dejected, tries to bring harmony back to the band and get people to the final concert of their tour.
“Road Tripp” premieres TOMORROW, July 12 @ 8PM ET/PT on Disney XD. 15+ stills inside… More Here! »
Logan Miller shows off his guitar playing skills as he does a few takes for the “In The Summertime” music video in Los Angeles earlier last month.
The 18-year-old actor caught up with JJJ at the 2010 Young Hollywood Awards recently and told us about something his fans might not know about him — he writes!
Logan shared, “I write a lot, screenplays and such. Sometime in my lifetime I really want to get into that with screenwriting and directing. I just recently finished a screenplay that I wrote — it doesn’t have a title, but I did finish it. It’s about 150 pages.”
Also pictured with Logan is his costar pal Caitlyn Taylor Love during Disney’s 2010 Friends For Change shoot.
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David Henrie and Jennifer Stone pretty up the backdrop with bold orange and blue stripes during Disney’s 2010 Friends For Change shoot held earlier this month on a sound stage in Los Angeles.
Disneyâ€™s Friends for Change: Project Green is celebrating its one year anniversary with the premiere of all-new content. Starting Sunday, May 30, new on-air messages will begin airing on Disney Channel and Disney XD. They feature nearly forty Disney stars as well as young environmental heroes.
The initiative is set expand locally and globally in the coming year. The first event kicks off June 6th, World Oceans Day, at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago.
JJJ was lucky enough to meet with not just Jennifer and David, but ALL of the Disney stars involved. Check back soon for all our interviews and stay tuned for more pics!
For more info on Friends for Change, check out Disney.com/ProjectGreen!
Caitlyn Taylor Love snaps a pic with Demi Lovato at Disney’s Friends For Change shoot over the weekend in Los Angeles.
JJJ recently caught up with Caitlyn on the set of “Summertime” music shoot about her love for Demi.
Caitlyn shared, “I love Demi‘s music. She’s such a real musician and I have so much respect for her. I went to one of her concerts.”
She also told us about her own music, saying, “It’s going really good. I’m kind of just doing it on my own right now. I don’t have a record deal or anything right now. I just want to get my album finished and then give it to them [a label] so they can’t change anything (laughs). My style is really heavy rock actually.”
Stay tuned for more on Caitlyn‘s music. Follow Caitlyn on Twitter @CaitlynTLove and JustJaredJr @justjaredjr!
Logan Miller, Caitlyn Taylor Love and Iron Weasel aren’t going anywhere anytime soon.
Their Disney XD series, I’m In The Band, was just renewed for a second season! The series follows follows Tripp Campbell (Miller) as he joins his favorite “vintage” rock band, Iron Weasel, and becomes determined to help the band he idolizes make an epic comeback.
I’m In The Band‘s February 2010 premiere is Disney XD’s No. 1 series premiere on record in Total Viewers and Tweens 9-14, and the net’s No. 1 live-action series premiere ever across core kid and boy demos: Kids 6-14, Boys 6-14, Kids 6-11, Boys 6-11 and Tween Boys.
Congrats to the cast!