In “The Lady Killer,” With Garrett’s trial for Maya’s (Bianca Lawson) murder starting, the town of Rosewood has become a media spectacle. At odds with her friends over Paige (Lindsey Shaw), Emily (Mitchell) doesn’t know where to turn when the media attention becomes too much for her.
“A” sees this as a perfect opportunity and takes advantage of the situation and sends Aria (Lucy Hale), Emily, Hanna (Ashley Benson) and Spencer (Troian Bellisario) on a path to a possible truce. But is “A’s’ peace offering real or just a trap for a much darker ending?
Meanwhile, Aria, Emily, Hanna and Spencer are betrayed as someone very close to them is revealed as part of the “A” team.
“The Lady Killer” premieres TONIGHT @ 8PM ET/PT on ABC Family. 25+ pics inside… More Here! »
The 22-year-old actress, who covered the mag’s very first issue, caught with the glossy about her loves, daily routine and how sexy she feels in heels. Check it:
On her love for television: “My greatest TV nights are Monday and Tuesday, when Gossip Girl and 90210 are on. Those are the two best nights of TV for me. I always know that they taped, and I canâ€™t wait to watch them. Those are my guiltiest, most awesome [shows]. [Also] The Office, Tosh.0, Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Gossip Girl, Pretty Little Liars.”
On getting cat calls: “I am obsessed with crazy high shoes. I actually start with the shoe when Iâ€™m picking out my outfit for the day. Iâ€™m tall so I thought I could never wear high shoes, but high heels were made for tall people! You feel so powerful. Every time you put on a pair of heels everybody notices you and picks up on that. You never feel sexier. When somebody gives you a catcall, youâ€™re like ‘Yeah! Thank you! Iâ€™m not offended! Thatâ€™s what I wear these for!’”
On being a night owl: “Mornings suck! I am not in bed until the wee hours of the morning. I feel like I get a second wind at 9PM. When Iâ€™m actually productive in the mornings, it feels good. I like being out on the road at 8AM, on weekends. But for the most part, Iâ€™m definitely a night owl.”
The movie follows 16-year old tennis ace, Ally Mash (Shaw), she lives and breathes the game until a twisted ankle lands her with hot rookie, Farrell Gambles (Massey). While recovering, she helps make him a champion and he shows her what true â€œLoveâ€ is.
“We did nothing but run in the sun, hit back and forth…all these angles. All this different stuff. It was so intensive,” Lindsey shares in the featurette about shooting.
Chandler chimed in, “I played Susie [Abromeit], who plays Katina (in the movie), one time just for fun and she just embarrassed me. Dashing any hopes I have ever had of playing tennis.”
16-Love hits select theaters and VOD on January 20th, 2012!
Lindsey on her character, Lisa: “I was so much like Lisa in high school. I was very into my schoolwork and had little to no social life. I was shy and hadnâ€™t yet found my own voice which I think is a stage everyone can relate to. High school is the time when you start to find where you fit in the world. Itâ€™s scary but totally necessary.”
Cassie on working with Tim Gunn: “Amazing! I learned so much from him during our short car rides back and forth to set and between scenes. I believe in learning from our elders, especially if they share the same career, dreams and goals. I absolutely loved working with Tim. Heâ€™s a fashion God and his dynamic with my character is hilarious. I couldnâ€™t think of a better fit for that role!”
Lindsey on how to impress a guy: “The craziest thing Iâ€™ve ever done to impress a guy was pretend that I was totally into this musical artist he really liked. I was going on and on one day about this artist in front of the guy and it turns out Iâ€™d been mispronouncing his name the whole time! He knew immediately that I knew nothing about the music and got a good laugh out of it. It was so embarrassing.”
Cassie on playing the mean girl roles: “I love playing the feisty, bad girl roles. I wouldnâ€™t want to go to work every day and play myself. Every bad girl/bully is that way for a reason and thereâ€™s always a lot of unexpected depth to the bad girl. The people who bully are usually the insecure, messed up ones to begin with. Which is why I always tell fans who are being bullied to laugh it off and realize theyâ€™re the ones with the problem. Youâ€™ve gotta let it go in one ear and out the other. Every challenge makes us stronger.”
Teen Spirit premieres Sunday, August 7 @ 7PM ET/PT on ABC Family.
In the upcoming movie, Amber Pollock (Scerbo) may be the queen bee of Eugene Ashley High School, but years of blind ambition and bad behavior come back to haunt her when a freak accident at Prom ends her life.
In order to save her soul, Amber must pull off a high-school miracle and ensure that Lisa Sommers (Shaw), the most unpopular girl in school, is named Prom Queen. Will a head-to-toe makeover and some confidence-building advice really be turn a shy and awkward teen into a high school social power player?