Hosted by Jillian, 18, and on-screen brother Trevor Nelson are taking a look back at some of the most memorable moments, a sneak peek into the upcoming season, and never before seen bloopers.
Jillian shared with JJJ, “It was so fun to reconnect with Trevor and put together our 1st anniversary special to share with the fans. We really hope that everyone enjoys it as much as we did filming it. And stay tuned till the end for the bloopers….they’re the best!”
The upcoming season starts production this summer and we’ll finally get to see The Queen, Tori and Billy’s mom!
JJJ Fun Fact: Michael Bolten is the one filming! He plays Noah in the series.
The Miss Behave Anniversary Special will be online NEXT WEEK! Check back for it! Miss Behave Anniversary Special: Between the Lines
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Jillian Clare closes her eyes tight, hoping her wish comes true in this exclusive pic from the newest episode of Miss Behave.
In the newest episode “Seventeen Candles,” As Tori (Clare) blows the candles out on her birthday cake, she has just one wish. Even though she knows it won’t come true, she’s still hoping. Meanwhile, the ultra hyper event planner, Jorge (Chris Rossi), moves closer to a burn out as he swigs on his flask and Danielle and Christian continue their fight.
Jillian told JJJ, “The episode has an explosive ending. Tori’s mind is still playing tricks on her and she thinks she sees Riley at her party.”
JJJ was on set for this episode and the yummy cake was from Hotcakes Bakes with music by The Jane Carrey Band and Eleventyseven. Stay tuned for our set visit report!
The 18-year-old actress chatted with JJJ about the budding relationship between Tori and Noah, saying, “We definitely see that Tori is interested in Noah. Who wouldn’t be? He’s a handsome Aussie actor! But her relationship with Noah will progress very slowly. Season 2 will show you just the beginning of a really innocent flirting relationship; it’s just really cute.”
Jillian added, “Tori has learned her lesson from first season about relationships but thinks she may have found someone special that she can trust in Noah.”
Michael told us, “Noah and Tori have something that is really special you can relate to, and I’m sure everyone is going to be on the edge of their seat watching.”
Check out the latest episode below and stay tuned for more Miss Behave on JJJ — we have tons of exclusives coming! Bigger pic inside…
Miss Behave – Episode 2×06: “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”
Check out your first glimpse of Chris Rossi in Miss Behave!
In the new episode below, not only will you get a kick out of Chris‘ character Jorge, you’ll also see Kyle Kaplan, formerly of 10 Things I Hate About You.
“It’s My Party and I’ll Cry if I Want To” summary: As preparations for Tori’s (Jillian Clare) 17th birthday party are in full swing, the over stressed event planner (Rossi) is determined to make it a big “Hollywood party” and Dylan (Brett DelBuono) shows up with the new girl, Sam.
Michael, 19, plays Tori’s new love interest in the new season and JJJ has a fun, exclusive story about his audition. Jillian shared with us, “His audition was the funniest thing in the world. We went to Menchie’s and we were sitting outside. We had asked him to do a British accent and when he goes to talk in the accent, it comes out Australian. I was like, ‘What?’ We asked him to do the opposite for an Aussie accent and it came out British. He had no control on these accents, but we gave him the job (laughs).”