The 18-year-old Secret Life star wore a Lucifer Vir Honestus 18k rose gold and diamond â€œAlgaâ€ bracelet with her Rene Caovilla black suede heels with gold Swarovski crystal details.
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Check out what’s next in the upcoming episodes:
– “Goodbye, Amy Juergens” – Amy, still unaware that Adrian is pregnant, is off to New York for the summer, and she and Ben profess their love at the airport. In the early morning hours, Ben goes to Ricky’s apartment for advice on Adrian, and finds that Ricky has a new love interest. Adrian looks to her mother for guidance, who talks about her own experience as a teen mother and offers her support for whatever Adrian decides. AIRING Monday, June 28 @ 8PM ET/PT.
– “Which Way Did She Go?” – With Amy away in New York at music camp, a ridiculous rumor that she is pregnant again spreads through school. Adrian has decided she does not want to keep the baby, but her parents argue over whose choice that should be. Jack moves into the Bowman’s guest house with Tom, and Ricky is living with the Juergens to help with John. Ashley and Ricky share an intimate moment. AIRING Monday, July 5 @ 8PM ET/PT.
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Bristol Palin on “The Secret Life of the American Teenager”
In the upcoming episode “Get Out of Town,” Ben (Ken Baumann) decides to try his hardest not to tell Amy about his secret. Meanwhile, Amy (Shailene Woodley) realizes she may have a chance to go on her music course after all.
JJJ got our hands on some hot shots of Brando Eaton from Sonny Tong.
“Get Out of Town” premieres Monday, June 21 @ 8PM ET/PT on ABC Family. 10+ pics inside… More Here! »
In the new episode “Ben There, Done There,” Ricky (Daren Kagasoff) and Amy (Shailene Woodley) plan baby John’s first birthday party, but Amy decides to have a mini-celebration of her own, much to Ricky’s dismay. Adrian (Francia Raisa) grows increasingly concerned about the possibility of being pregnant.
Meanwhile, Mimsy (Alice Hirson) surprises Anne (Molly Ringwald) with the news that she got married, and everyone attends Betty and Leo’s (Jennifer Coolidge, Steve Schirripa) grand wedding in which Madison (Olstead) serenades the happy couple.
“Ben There, Done There” premieres TONIGHT @ 8PM ET/PT on ABC Family. More Here! »
In Monday night’s episode, “Good Girls & Boys,” Ricky (Kagasoff) returns to town and, with his foster parents support, tells Amy (Shailene Woodley) he wants to have John on the weekends and is willing to take her to court to get him. Ben (Baumann) and Ricky get into a fight when they talk about what happened between Ben and Adrian (Francia Raisa), and Ricky and Amy. Adrian is upset that Ricky doesn’t want to be with her.
Also, in “I’ve Got You, Babe,” Ricky is ready to fight for visitation of John and asks Ruben for his legal help. Grace (Megan Park) and Ben spend a romantic evening at her house, while Adrian helps Amy enlist friends to make supportive video statements in preparation of Ricky taking her to court.
So much is happening! Are you keeping up?
“Good Girls and Boys” premieres Monday, March 8th and “I’ve Got You, Babe,” premieres Monday, March 15 @ 8PM ET/PT on ABC Family.
In TONIGHT’s episode “The Rhythm of Life,” the new school counselor, Dr. Bink (Mayim Bialik), organizes Grant High School’s first mother/daughter dance during which each group learns a great deal about the other and their respective personal lives.
To the surprise of Amy (Shailene Woodley) and Ashley (India Eisley) , Anne (Molly Ringwald) reveals that she and George (Mark Derwin) are getting remarried, and Ben (Ken Baumann) comes to the realization that he is still in love with Amy.
“The Rhythm of Life” premieres TONIGHT @ 8PM ET/PT on ABC Family.
Filmed a couple of weeks ago, this particular spot also features Avatar producer Jon Landau, Andy Milonakis and Raven Symone. Another will feature Lucas Grabeel, Brittany Snow, Boys Like Girls and Jessica Stroup.
Sponsored by Mofilms.com, the new PSAs takes a sartorial approach at how students, especially on college campuses can help friends deal with depression. The JED Foundation is a nonprofit organization which is working to reduce the rate of suicide and the prevalence of emotional distress among college students and friends with undiagnosed depression.
JED Foundation TV Spot – “Hey Jenny”