More life and death situations are coming on The Fosters!
Freeform just debuted a new winter promo for the upcoming season and all we see are Callie (Maia Mitchell) maybe getting in a major car accident and Jesus (Noah Centineo) heading back to the hospital in a very major situation.
We can’t wait for January here — we need to find out what happens RIGHT. NOW!
Donald Trump won the race against Hillary Clinton, who many millennials like Maia, were rooting for to win and become our 45th and first female President of the United States.
“Hug the people you love today. Know that we are in this together,” Maia writes on Twitter, adding, “Sending so much love to LGBTQ, Muslim, Native American, black, Latino & female Americans. You are loved.”
Maia is also pictured below, out with her BFF Alycia Debnam-Carey, shopping in Los Angeles earlier in the week.
The 22-year-old actress took her guitar down to the subway in Hollywood for the vid, which was shot by Shots Studio, and while the people around her disappeared into the train, she continued to kill her cover.
Speaking with WhoWhatWear Australia recently, the 22-year-old Fosters actress opened up about her fashion sense, acting advice and more. Check it:
On exploring her home country: “I’m really lucky because I was just visiting home and I got to spend six weeks in Australia. I went to Uluru, which I’ve always wanted to visit. I realised that I spend so much time travelling around different countries, and hadn’t actually seen Australia. So I’m definitely going to make more of an effort to try and see all over Australia—it really was one of the most spectacular things I’ve ever done.”
On her career advice for aspiring actresses: “This may sound blunt, but if there’s anything else you can imagine doing, or that you’ll be happy doing, do that first, because this is really hard, and you have to really, really, really love it for it to be worth it. The lifestyle is a huge sacrifice, and if you love your work, love getting up early and you’re excited by the idea of a day on set, then it’s totally worth sacrificing everything else.”
On her personal style: “My aesthetic is important to me. I like feeling good in what I’m wearing and I like feeling like a part of me is expressed through my aesthetic. As far as labels are concerned—not so much. I’m not really too concerned about what people think of my clothes, I just want to feel good when wearing them.”