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Lili Reinhart Actually Shot Down a Rumor That Jake Paul Was Joining 'Riverdale' as Betty's Brother

Lili Reinhart Actually Shot Down a Rumor That Jake Paul Was Joining 'Riverdale' as Betty's Brother

There are silly rumors, and rumors that could maybe be true, and then there are way out there, no way is that happening rumors — we can file this one under the latter.

Lili Reinhart told Teen Vogue about Betty’s long-lost brother playing a big part in season two of Riverdale and a few months ago, shot down one rumor that suggested Jake Paul would be playing him.

“It’s always interesting. A lot of them make sense, completely,” Lili shares. “I hate to just completely shut down these theories, because, I don’t know.”

“There was a casting rumor that I kind of shot down [about Jake]. But, to be honest, I feel like I can’t necessarily say with 100% certainty that a lot of theories aren’t true,” she adds.

If you missed it, it was announced last week that Hart Denton will play the role of Chic Cooper.

Camila Mendes Dishes About Betty & Veronica's Fight in 'Riverdale' Season 2

Camila Mendes Dishes About Betty & Veronica's Fight in 'Riverdale' Season 2

We’ve been hearing a lot about the rift that Betty and Veronica will be going through in Riverdale‘s upcoming second season.

Now, Camila Mendes is telling fans a bit more in her new feature with Teen Vogue.

First things first, it’s not about Archie. Or any guy.

“It’s just about Betty being in a compromising situation, and her having to hurt [Veronica] in order to protect her,” Camila explains. “It comes from a place of love, but it’s still heartbreaking, and they do eventually make up, as they always do and always will.”

She adds about why a lot of fans always think a fight between girls is all about a guy: “It’s the narrative that’s been told over and over again, especially by Archie comics.”

“I think maybe some people just feel like they want to see that play out, but that’s just not really our show,” Camila adds. “We’re not telling the story of Archie and Betty and Veronica’s love triangle. We’re telling a story of friendship and the loss of innocence.

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Cole Sprouse Says Jughead Will Be Angrier in 'Riverdale' Season 2

Cole Sprouse Says Jughead Will Be Angrier in 'Riverdale' Season 2

Jughead Jones will have a big chip on his shoulders when Riverdale returns next week, according to Cole Sprouse.

The actor talked with Teen Vogue about what Jughead will be going through this season and he kind of ends up a “bad boy”.

“Jughead ends up joining the Serpents and he gets wrapped up in this world that forces his hand, forces him to play the game — which is something in season one he had a real aversion to,” Cole shares.

“He ends up getting into a lot of trouble because of it. … He ends up a bit more of a damaged kid. He’s a lot angrier than he was in season one. He ends up coming off as kind of a … not necessarily to say a bad boy, but way more angry, which I also think is a fundamentally key experience.”

That can only mean trouble, for him and everyone around him.

“He gets himself into a lot of trouble because of his loyalty and honor to his family and friends, and it begins to make him question where his allegiance lies and what that means for his character — if it means stepping back again or if it means putting a foot back in.”

Riverdale returns on Wednesday, October 11th @ 8PM ET/PT on The CW.

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Riverdale's Veronica & Archie Are Dealing With A Lot Together, KJ Apa Says

Riverdale's Veronica & Archie Are Dealing With A Lot Together, KJ Apa Says

KJ Apa gives us a charming smile in this pic from his Teen Vogue feature.

The Riverdale star opened up about the future of Varchie (Veronica and Archie) in season two, since we know they’re a hot and heavy item now.

“Both of them are experiencing something completely new in their lives for the very first time,” KJ says about the characters. “It’s interesting exploring that with Veronica as well, which is cool.”

While Archie is dealing with his own dad being shot, Veronica is dealing with hers coming back into her life; and Archie is also dealing with her dad too, since he is the boyfriend.

“There’s a lot of funny things in there between us that completely show that side,” KJ adds, speaking of his scenes with Mark Consuelos. “I think any kind of storylines with your girlfriend’s dad is always gonna be fun.”

Hiram, KJ says is “a very protective man. That was really fun, playing with that with Mark.”

Riverdale returns next week on Wednesday, October 11th on The CW.

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Ariana Grande Tries to Walk 12,000 Steps Every Day!

Ariana Grande Tries to Walk 12,000 Steps Every Day!

Ariana Grande sticks out her tongue for her brand-new feature for Coveteur and Reebok!

Here’s what the “Into You” crooner had to share:

On her emotional tour: “I don’t think I’ve been through anything as traumatic as we’ve been through,” her eyes fall to the floor and voice cracked. “So…[tour] can be a lot. Calling it off and going home was not an option. The message of the show was too important. For the crew and everyone involved, it’s become more than just a show for us. We are really grateful to be here and really grateful for this show.”

On why she’s obsessed with walking 12,000 steps a day: “He [her trainer, Harley Pasternak] is obsessed with the step situation – getting your steps in [laughs]. For the longest time, I was like, how is that more effective than doing a full-fledged workout. It really is. I feel better when I’m moving around a lot.”

On her inspiration for her famous treadmill choreography for “Side to Side”: “I have a lot of ideas on the treadmill. If I need help writing or being creative, or coming up with an idea [I’ll work out]. I came up with the idea for the ‘Side to Side’ video on the treadmill. Usually, I’ll listen to throwback 90s hip-hop or stuff that makes me amped.”

On misogyny: “Misogyny is ever-present, and we have to be there to support one another. That’s really it. It’s about the sisterhood. There’s no competing in that. We have to lift each other up, not try and claw each other down.”

For more from Ariana, visit Coveteur.com.

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Cameron Boyce Would Love To Try Ballroom Dance One Day

Cameron Boyce Would Love To Try Ballroom Dance One Day

Earlier this summer, Cameron Boyce was one of the rumored celebs to be joining Dancing With The Stars.

Of course, that was fueled solely by fan’s wishes (and ours too), and now it looks like he wouldn’t say no to the show at all.

In his new feature with Vulkan magazine, Cameron opens up about wanting to master ballroom next.

“I’ve trained in a lot of different styles but never in ballroom,’ he shared. “I think it would be super fun to fully understand the fundamentals of salsa.”

Cameron adds, “I can fake my way through leading a partner but to be able to perfect that would be amazing. Dancing with a partner that you have chemistry with in perfect sync is quite the experience.”

All we’re hearing now is that Cameron WANTS to try Dancing With the Stars — and we are here for it!

Demi Lovato Wants To Use Her Voice For 'More Than Just Singing'!

Demi Lovato Wants To Use Her Voice For 'More Than Just Singing'!

Demi Lovato shows off some skin while wearing a cropped “feminist” tee for the cover of Notion magazine‘s latest issue, on newsstands October 4th.

Here is what the 25-year-old Tell Me You Love Me singer had to share with the mag:

On opening up ab out relationship to the press: “A lot of times when people ask about my dating life or personal life, they are looking for a headline. I understand it’s their job, and it’ll be great press but it takes away from the music. Politics too, it’s very tricky when it comes to politics in the US right now.”

On being a role model: “My fans have been able to relate and look at [me] and say, ‘If she can get through it, I can too.’ I needed that growing up, and having that positive response to just being open and honest is really rewarding. I no longer have secrets that I have to hide. It’s all out there. The fact that people accept me no matter what I’ve done is really beautiful.”

On being more than just a singer, and using her voice: “Fame is weird, but I manipulate it for the better. I see some artists that don’t say anything because they want to be politically correct. It’s frustrating because they have the ability to reach millions of people and do something good, rather than not saying anything. We already are in a very narcissistic career – ‘look at me, look at me’. I use that as a way to use my voice for more than just singing. If you are not using your voice and not standing up for the things you believe in, and not being vocal about certain topics, then you’re just basking in the glory of a very egotistical career.”

For more from Demi, visit Notion.com!

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Laura Marano Dishes On New Movie 'The War With Grandpa'

Laura Marano Dishes On New Movie 'The War With Grandpa'

Laura Marano adds a little pop of pink for her October cover of Modeliste magazine..

The actress and singer chatted with the glossy all about her upcoming movie, The War With Grandpa, alongside Robert De Niro and Uma Thurman. She actually had some pretty funny things to share about her character, Mia.

“I would say this role is a little different than some of the other characters I’ve played because she is pretty self-involved to the point where I could really have fun with it,” Laura says.

“As humans, I think we’re all selfish a little bit, but she was very obviously into herself and to what was going on in her life, so it was really fun to play that part of her character.”

Laura adds that her typical day on this set was far different from anything on her most well-known project, Austin & Ally.

“We could spend all day on one scene and that was totally fine, [because] we had the time to do it and then could get all the different angles,” she says. “There’s one scene in the movie that literally took six days to film.”

“It’s a pretty intense scene, so it’s not necessarily slower paced, but slower in the amount of stuff you get done per day. It’s pretty different and very cool.”

The War With Grandpa opens in February next year.