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V Factory Are Star Studs

V Factory Are Star Studs

V Factory band members Asher Book, Jared Murillo, Nicky T and Wesley Quinn step out for a night on the town, attending Star Magazine‘s 5th Year Anniversary Celebration held at Bardot in Hollywood on Tuesday night (October 13).

Most recently, the band made their national television debut on The Wendy Williams Show, performing their hit single, “Love Struck.”

The guys even gave JJJ a shout-out. Check it out below!


V Factory Says Hi to Just Jared Jr
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V Factory Wows Wendy Williams

V Factory Wows Wendy Williams

V Factory shows off their skills as they perform their hit single “Love Struck” on The Wendy Williams Show on Monday morning (October 12).

Wesley Quinn, Asher Book, Nathaniel Flatt, Nicky T and Jared Murillo will be collaborating with Asher‘s Fame costar Naturi Naughton on their next single, “Get Up.”

Asher shared with MTV, saying, “”We built the relationship and then afterward, you know, she just has such a phenomenal voice and we thought it would be cool to have a female vocalist on [the track] to see how that would sound, so it came out good.”


V Factory – “Love Struck” – The Wendy Williams Show, 10/12

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V Factory Fits On Wendy Williams

V Factory Fits On Wendy Williams

Check out this exclusive image of V Factory getting fitted for their appearance on The Wendy Williams Show!

Wesley Quinn, Asher Book, Nathaniel Flatt, Nicky T and Jared Murillo will be performing a song from their album, Love Struck, on the show. JJJ thinks it might be their new single, “Get Up.”

Be sure to check the boys out TODAY, October 12 @ 10AM ET/PT on FOX! Bigger pic inside… More Here! »

V Factory: Go See Fame!

V Factory: Go See Fame!

V Factory shows off their moves as they perform at a free concert before the premiere of Fame held at The Grove in Los Angeles on Wednesday evening (September 23).

Jared Murillo, Nicky T, Nathaniel Flatt and Wesley Quinn showed up to support their band mate and Fame lead Asher Book, who stars as Marco in the flick.

Nathaniel‘s advice after seeing the flick, “Fame is great. Go see it.”

15+ pics inside of V Factory getting Fame-ous… More Here! »

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V Factory Get Up at Six Flags

V Factory Get Up at Six Flags

V Factory shows off their signature moves as they perform their new single, “Get Up,” at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, Calif., on Saturday afternoon (September 5).

The quintet featuring Asher Book, Jared Murillo, Wesley Quinn, Nicky T and Nathaniel Flatt were there to promote Asher‘s new flick, Fame and to take part in the Claim Your Fame National Talent Search.

Stunning the crowd and judges with their rendition of “Out Here On My Own” from the movie, singing duo Craig Lewis, who won at Six Flags Over Georgia, claimed victory as they were crowned the FAME National Talent Search winners!

Fame, starring Asher, Kay Panabaker, Paul McGill, Walter Perez, Naturi Naughton, Kristy Flores, Kherington Payne, Anna Maria Perez de Tagle and Paul Iacono, hits theaters on September 25!


V Factory – Get Up

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Paul McGill: Birthday Boy!

Paul McGill: Birthday Boy!

Paul McGill gets sandwiched between good friends Kherington Payne and Nathaniel Flatt at The Vermont restaurant in Los Feliz, Calif.

Sponsored by Crumbs Cupcakes, the now 22-year-old partied with his Fame costars Kristy Flores, Naturi Naughton, Asher Book and Walter Perez as well as HSM3‘s Max Ehrich.

Paul recently sat down with his hometown paper The Post Gazette in Pittsburgh and dished about his character in the upcoming Fame. He shared, “It’s like all high school students really want to be as good or better than their friends, they need to either be with the crowd or be above the crowd, so to be in the back … he struggles with that. They’re his friends but at the same time he wants to do well.”

Fame hits theaters on Friday, September 25th. More Here! »

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V Factory 'Gets Up' At Jones Beach

V Factory 'Gets Up' At Jones Beach

V Factory lights up the stage as they perform a medley of five Michael Jackson songs as a tribute at 103.5 KTU’s Beatstock in Jones Beach, NY on Sunday evening (August 16).

Following the success of “Love Struck,” the guys — Jared Murillo, Asher Book, Nathaniel Flatt, Nicky T and Wesley Quinn — just announced that their second single will be “Get Up.”

Check out their performances and some pics below!


V Factory – “Get Up”

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Nathaniel Flatt Talks Adam Lambert

Nathaniel Flatt Talks Adam Lambert

Nathaniel Flatt recently caught up with Towleroad.com to chat about all things V Factory, how he caught the singing bug and being gay in Hollywood. Check out what the 27-year-old performer had to say:

On how he became involved with V Factory: “I knew a girl that was running an audition for the label that was interested in putting together a music group. I just knew her from working in L.A.; we had done some jobs together. She called me and said, ‘Hey, I don’t know if this is your thing, but I know you sing, so come on down.’ I kind of thought it seemed a little ghetto, but everybody in L.A. has a record deal or something. It was just down the street from my house so I thought, ‘Okay, I’ll go down at the end of the day.’ I was the last person to audition, 10 minutes late. Even with that I was very apprehensive once this all got rolling. I actually lied about my age! You were supposed to be 21 and I was 24 at the time. She was like, ‘Oh, just say you’re 21!’ So I put down that I was 21.”

On realizing his love for singing and dancing: “I was pretty young. I saw a production of Peter Pan—I can’t remember how old I was—and I saw them flying around and I thought from then on, ‘Oh, my God, I wanna do this.’ I think also being the youngest of four there were probably some attention-starved aspects that also kinda came with it. I just have always sung in musicals and acted in plays and all that.”

On if there were ever any negative reactions about him being gay: “I would say sometimes in high school, yeah, people were cruel just like for everyone, but I always knew there was a bigger picture. Sure, that kind of stuff hurts, but I didn’t let it get to me. Like I said, in college everyone else was gay, too. Now, when I go back to random cities in the country [on tour], I don’t dress differently or alter anything about myself and I don’t notice people cracking jokes or anything, but I don’t know if that’s because I’m not operating on an assumption that someone is gonna think of me differently or what.”

On what he thinks about American Idol runner up Adam Lambert: “I know him, actually. He’s like the most freaking talented singer I’ve ever met in my entire life. I saw something today that Gene Simmons said it was the biggest mistake he could ever make and I feel like that is just an old-school mentality. He’s operating on the assumption that people aren’t gonna respect that or relate to it in Milwaukee. I think Adam is such an unbelievable talent that that’s not really why you’re buying his record; it’s because of his complete authenticity.”

Check out the rest of Nathaniel‘s interview at Towleroad.com.