Here’s the movie’s synopsis: When aspiring model Jesse (Elle) moves to Los Angeles, her youth and vitality are devoured by a group of beauty-obsessed women who will take any means necessary to get what she has.
Click inside to see exclusive images of Elle and Jena in The Neon Demon!
The dancers show off their perfect forms in this exclusive, first look photo from Lifetime’s Center Stage: On Pointe.
In the upcoming Lifetime movie, Jonathan Reeves (Peter Gallagher) is tasked with infusing more contemporary styles and modernism into the American Ballet Academy and enlists his top choreographers Charlie (Sascha Radestsky), Cooper (Ethan Stiefel) and Tommy (Kenny Wormald) to recruit dancers to compete at an intensive camp where the winners will be selected to join the Academy.
Bella Parker (Nicole Munoz), who has always lived in the shadow of her hugely successful sister Kate, finally gets her chance to step into the limelight as one of the dancers selected for the camp.
Chloe Lukasiak stars as Gwen, a talented dancer prodigy who competes at the camp, in the flick, which premieres June 25th at @ 8PM ET/PT on Lifetime.
Check out the debut single “Throne” from musical duo Truitt, given exclusively to JustJaredJr.com!
The Nashville brother-sister pair – Brett, 23, and Brigetta, 18 – is set to officially drop the song on May 27th.
“‘Throne’ is our realization that you don’t need someone else to feel complete,” Truitt told JJJ. “In today’s dating culture, sometimes we go from relationship to relationship because we feel like we have to. This song is us coming to terms and finding happiness in being alone.”
“I think three years is a nice chunk of time for the characters to be apart,” Candice told us. “I loved the thick tension and unspoken words that needed to be said.”
As for whether she sympathized with Alaric (Matt Davis),” she said, “Yes, I did. I was like, ‘Does she give the ring back?’ Because maybe if she gives the ring back they can use it for [the twins'] college education. That’s even brutal.”
“She had to [break his heart],” Candice added.
The Vampire Diaries will return on Friday nights this fall.
We caught up with the Canadian actress on the carpet at the 2016 CW Upfronts where she looked back on the Octavia-Lincoln relationship.
“Of course, myself as an actress I was so sad to see Ricky Whittle go,” Marie told JJJ. “He’s a wonderful man and we have a great friendship. That romance was so deserved. They made so many epic sacrifices for one another. It was the classic, forbidden Romeo and Juliet romance. That’s the way it started and that’s the way it ended. It was horrible and beautiful all at the same time. That’s all they kept doing, is sacrificing their lives for one another. That’s exactly how the story ended and I feel like that chapter in a respectful way, in terms of the romance.”
As for the future, Marie said, “Next season, you’re going to see Octavia take a lot of really dark turns and uncover some really nasty layers. That will be exciting for me as an actress. She’s always evolving and changing.”
Check out the addicting new song “What About Me” from Isac Elliot!
The 15-year-old singer, who performed the track on The Today Show this morning, just debuted the track on Spotify. Listen below!
“I’m so excited to release my new single ‘What About Me’ to the world,” Isac told JJJ. “I’ve been so busy recording and writing over the last year or so. Getting this new material out to my fans feels absolutely amazing.”
In case you didn’t know, Isac has opened for One Direction and Z100′s Elvis Duran even named him “Artist Of The Month” for May 2016.
Be sure to follow JJJ on Snapchat – Isac is taking over today!
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Lou (Miranda May) shows the boys a thing or two about football in this still from tonight’s Bunk’D.
In “Xander Says Goodbye”, Emma (Peyton List) and Xander (Kevin Quinn) are forced to make some tough decisions when his dad wants him to leave camp for football training.
JJJ spoke with Kevin, Karan Brar and Nina Lu, who plays Tiffany about the season finale episode.
“I think we have seen Xander’s character grow a lot since the show started, and this final episode of season one attests to that,” Kevin shared. “We will finally get to see a different side of him, especially when he confronts his father for the first time about his future.”
He added, “I’m sure anyone who has experienced heartbreak or felt torn in making a decision will be able to relate. I can’t wait to share it.”
“Xander Says Goodbye” airs TONIGHT, Friday, May 20th @ 8PM ET/PT on Disney Channel. Click inside to see what Karan and Nina had to tell us…
JJJ is excited to partner up with skateboarder Jagger Eaton and Nickelodeon to announce this years’ noms for the “Don’t Try This At Home” category for the upcoming 2016 Kids Choice Sports Awards!
The 15-year-old skatboarder, and star of his docu-series Jagger Eaton’s Mega Life, announces the “Don’t Try This at Home” six nominees in an exclusive vid.
They flip, fly and soar their way into the highlight reels of the X Games, and other action sports competitions on the regular, and kids can’t get enough. They’re the death-defying athletes of slopestyle, the BMX racers or the skateboarders who risk life and limb every day to accomplish the impossible.
Hosted by Russell Wilson, the 2016 Kids’ Choice Sports will be taped on Thursday, July 14, and premiere on Sunday, July 17 @8PM ET/PT. Check back on JJJ TOMORROW, when the full list of nominees are revealed!
The nominees for “Don’t Try This At Home” are: Alise Post (Professional BMX Racer); Ashley Caldwell (Professional Aerial Skier); Danny Davis (Professional Snowboarder); Nyjah Huston (Professional Skateboarder); Ronda Rousey (UFC, MMA Fighter); and Satoko Miyahara (Professional Figure Skater).
Jagger Eaton Announced Kids Choice Sports 2016 Nominees for Don’t Try This At Home