April (Italia Ricci) looks like she’s having a little too much fun at her bachelorette party in this new still from Chasing Life.
In “The Domino Effect”, as the wedding date draws near, April is forced to face a list of “lasts,” such as her last week of living at home and her last time being a single girl. While her natural instincts are to have a classy and low-key bachelorette party, Vanessa (Krysta Rodriguez) helps April realize that this might be her last time to live it up.
Another possible “last” opportunity presents itself for April when Dominic (Richard Brancatisano) sets up a meeting for April with his book agent. With her health still in question, this opportunity may be April’s first (and last) chance to get a book published.
In “Truly Madly Deeply”, April (Italia Ricci) and Leo (Scott Michael Foster) are in the throes of wedding planning and coming at crossroads when Sara suggests they take a newlywed quiz to help them learn more about each other. But instead of bringing the two closer together, the quiz proves that the two aren’t truly being honest.
This is a hard blow for April as she is also dealing with the realization that her father might not have been the guy she thought he was.
Meanwhile, Sara and Beth try to take a night off from dating drama as Brenna (Haley Ramm) finds herself in a big mess with Margo’s crazy ex (Leisha Hailey).
“Truly Madly Deeply” airs TONIGHT, Monday, July 27th @ 9PM ET/PT on ABC Family.
In “Life of Brenna”, Being a teenager is never easy, but for Brenna it is even harder living in the shadows of perfect April. Brenna feels trapped, complaining about anything – especially having to leave her school in the face of all that April is dealing with.
How can she complain about her life when her sister is fighting for her own? The only person she feels she can turn to is Natalie, which may push April and Brenna further apart.
Italia Ricci shows off her amazing figure in a sheer dress while arriving on the carpet at the 2015 Just Jared Summer Bash presented by SweeTARTS Chewy Sours on Saturday (July 18) at a private residence in Los Angeles.
“Thankful to have been a part of @ESPN’s inaugural Sports Humanitarian of The Year Awards last night. Stuart Scott was beautifully honored, as well as many of the people fighting to make a difference using the platforms they have,” Italia wrote on Instagram.
She continued, “We see so many headlines in sports, and the scandalous ones seem to get the most heat, but there are a lot of people in that world doing incredible things and we should celebrate the bananas out of them. Thank you @ABCFamily for getting me out of work on time for this, and @ESPN and @PlayStation for this event. Let’s keep shining light on the people making changes for the better. That being said, you don’t have to be famous to make a difference, you just have to get up and DO something. xo.”
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