Check out this new image from Baby Daddy‘s season two premiere!
While we don’t have an official description just yet, we do have a clip. Watch Jean-Luc Bilodeau put words into his on-screen daughter’s mouth below!
In case you missed it, it was just announced that Leslie Jordan will guest star in an upcoming episode of the show. He’ll play a world-weary elf from the local mall who becomes Ben (Bilodeau) and Danny’s (Derek Theler) boss when they get jobs at Santa’s Workshop. He gives them a hard time as they desperately search to find Emma the perfect gift for Christmas.
The guys were joined on set that day by their castmates Chelsea Kane and Melissa Peterman and snapped a photo together with their ice cream treats, which were bought by actress and singer Reba McEntire.
“ICE CREAM! Thanks @reba & the cast & crew of “Malibu Country” for our ice cream truck today on set of @abcfbabydaddy!” Tahjtweeted with the photo.
While season two of the show returns on May 29th, it also just got renewed for season three! WooHoo!
Love Me‘s official summary: Sixteen-year-old Melissa Kennedy’s been missing for almost 3 months now and the Town of Ridgedale is coming unhinged. The projectionist at the old revival movie house, Sylvia Potter (Shaw) wants so badly to be in love. Just like in the movies. But can any guy live up to her ideal leading man? Even her best friend Harry’s (Bilodeau) unrequited love for her (since fifth grade) has never been reciprocated.
When sexy, quiet, rich kid, Lucas Green (Jamie Johnston) transfers to Hampton Prep the sparks fly. Lucas and Sylvia’s initial animosity quickly becomes a heated romance – despite the warnings of almost every friend in her circle. But what seems like a love story straight out of the movies hits a major plot twist when the police begin an investigation into Lucas’ involvement in the Melissa Kennedy case.
Naya Rivera uses co-star pal Kevin McHale as a stand while performing during the Young Storytellers Foundation “The Biggest Show 2012″ held at Willows Community School last weekend in Culver City, Calif.
The Young Storytellers Foundation brings mentors from the entertainment industry into public school classrooms to work with students one-on-one as they imagine, develop and write their own short screenplays. At the end, the stories are then transformed into an opening night of stage performances, performed by Hollywood actors called “The Big Show.”