In “Young & Doppelganger,” it’s Gay Pride in San Francisco and since they have a perfect view of the parade route, Gabi gets the brilliant idea to sublet their apartment for the weekend. Sofia can’t take one more of Gabi’s wild schemes and refuses to let strangers stay in their apartment.
But when renters Sam (Josie Loren) and Gracie (Kimberley Crossman) arrive, a fight ensues, and it turns out Gabi and Sofia have more in common with the strangers than each other.
Meanwhile, Josh (Jonathan Sadowski) is thrilled when he is invited to participate in an Ed Talk, but his stage fright causes his lecture to take an embarrassing turn; and Yolanda (Kym Whitley) and Elliot’s (Rex Lee) weekend of partying doesn’t turn out quite like they expected.
“Young & Doppelganger” airs Wednesday, September 30th @ 8PM ET/PT on ABC Family.
“Grind mode. (Ignore the scrubby-ness/flash dance get up – been at it all day ????) T-minus 2 days until @boo2bullying’s first solo event!” Cassie shared on Instagram with a pic a few days ahead of the event.
She continued, “I’m beyond thrilled to be the new West Coast Exec Director of this incredible organization & to host the event this Thursday! I can’t wait to share all future endeavors with you guys!”
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The former Make It or Break It stars have teamed up with the Keep it Kind campaign, which Josie started earlier this year.
“Help make someone’s holiday a little brighter. My friends and I want to show you how something so small as a kind holiday card can make someone’s day in a huge way. So choose a team and send us your cards! One kind soul from each team will also receive a special gift from each of us!” Josie wrote in the notes section of the video.
Watch it below to find out more and Keep It Kind!
Josie Loren, Nicole Anderson & Cassie Scerbo: Merry Day Notes
JJJ: It’s so exciting that you’re going to be participating in a triathlon. Can you tell us a bit about it? JL: I’ll be participating in the triathlon as part of a team. I’m doing the four mile run, which is the last leg of the race. All the money raised goes to benefit Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
JJJ: That’s great! How have you been preparing for the big race? JL: I do a bootcamp in Los Angeles that focuses on cardio, so I’m going to commit to going three times a week leading up to it. I’ve also started running outside because running on a treadmill is a lot easier than outdoors.
JJJ: Before you started acting, you minored in Spanish at UCLA, which sounds like so much fun! Can you speak it fluently? JL: Yes! Out of my four brothers and sisters though, I’m the worst. I speak it well, but sometimes I get stuck and they make fun of me for that.
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Tyler Blackburn steps out for the night at Tyler Shields debut of “MOUTHFUL” held at a private studio on Saturday night (May 19) in Los Angeles.
The 25-year-old Pretty Little Liars star checked out the exhibit with pal Kurt Collins, which was presented by Armani Exchange to benefit Love Is Louder.
Also in attendance: Josie Loren, who said goodbye to Make It Or Break It earlier in the week.
“just wanted 2 say thank you for giving us 3 seasons. this has been 1 of the best experiences 2 date. im so blessed to have been a part of it. i hope you were all happy with the series finale of #MIOBI. we loved creating it for you!” Josie tweeted. “I’m so proud of what this show stands for and I hope everyone learned from the Rock Girls. I know I did #MIOBI”
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FYI: Josie is wearing an Armani Exchange skirt, while Tyler wore an Armani Exchange blazer. More Here! »
Cassie Scerbo and Josie Loren pose for a pic backstage at the 2012 Race to Erase MS Gala held at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza on Friday night (May 18) in Century City, Calif.
Both Cassie, 22, and Josie, 25, hit the catwalk to take part in the celebrity fashion show. The girls modeled styles from the Andy Hilfiger Andrew Charles Rock ‘N’ Roll Collection in addition to a presentation of the debut collection Authentic Icon, inspired by American Idol.
Also during the event, Teri Garr and Deb and Bill MacMillan were presented with the Nancy Davis Foundation for Multiple Sclerosis “Medal of Hope” Award.