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Rita Volk Reflects on 'Faking It' & Imagines Where Amy Is Now

Rita Volk Reflects on 'Faking It' & Imagines Where Amy Is Now

Faking It has been over for over a year and no, JJJ still isn’t over it.

Katie Stevens is one of the stars who opened up about what it felt like when the show was cancelled, and now Rita Volk, who played Amy, is doing the same.

Speaking with Clevver, Rita shared that when the show was cancelled it was “scary and it’s depressing. There were definitely a few moments where I was like, ‘Okay, well, what now?’ Because you book something like that and you’re working consistently and that show ran for three seasons so it was all that we all knew…”

For Rita, personally, she went through “a dry spell,” she calls it. “But then you feel bad complaining about it because it’s not anything that any actor hasn’t gone through. It’s just the life of an actor.”

She adds that the impact the show had was something she was touched by.

“One girl — I mean, not just one girl — but one I remember was, ‘I came out to my mom while watching your show,’ and that was beautiful,” she remembers. “That was amazing. None of us predicted that we would have that sort of impact, so I think the pressure was just in doing this group of people and community right and portraying the subject matter in the most authentic way that we possibly could.”

So, where does Rita think Amy is now? With Karma perhaps?

“I definitely see her as someone who goes on to college and really finds her group and is able to live her life and no one cares, which, is a good thing, that she can just be who she is just like any other college student today,” Rita says.

Or, “Maybe she’s out there in — I don’t know — Peru making some sort of documentary about some sort of weird animal species or whatever. I don’t know. Something weird, but that’s probably where she is right now.”

'Faking It's Katie Stevens & Rita Volk Have Cute Reunion Over the Weekend

'Faking It's Katie Stevens & Rita Volk Have Cute Reunion Over the Weekend

The Karmy reunion we’ve all been waiting for has finally happened!

Katie Stevens and Rita Volk reunited over the weekend and Katie snapped a pic for all the Faking It fans just to prove it.

“She’s alive,” Katie jokingly captioned the pic with her and Rita, who doesn’t have any social media accounts.

Katie and Rita starred in MTV’s short-lived show, Faking It, as Karma and Amy, two super-close BFFs who are outed as lesbians to get in with the popular crowd.

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If you missed it, Katie recently revealed how she felt when the show was cancelled.

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'Faking It' Cast Says Goodbye To Show - Read Their Emotional Tweets Here!

'Faking It' Cast Says Goodbye To Show - Read Their Emotional Tweets Here!

That’s it — Faking It is officially over and JJJ is still not okay with it.

Especially now that showrunner Carter Covington has dreamt up this awesome season four!

“It was always my intention to make ‘Karmy’ happen during our final season. Karma would finally realize that her possessiveness of Amy might be a sign of deeper feelings for her best friend. She’d struggle to share these feelings with Amy, knowing she couldn’t lead Amy on again unless she was sure,” he wrote in a letter on THR. “Unable to let another chance go by, Karma would impetuously kiss Amy, and a fresh ‘Whoa …’/'I know …’ moment would spark this new phase of their relationship. If this makes you deliriously happy, then please stop reading and let this be the ending in your mind.”

He continued, “How satisfying it would have been to finally see Karma and Amy as a true couple! There would have been lots of kisses, none of them dreams! But slowly it would have become clear that in becoming a couple, the two of them had lost something that made them … them. Eventually, they would both realize they’d have to sacrifice their relationship to save their friendship. The series would have ended with Karma and Amy’s life goals intact: roommates in college, houses next door to each other, best friends forever. That is what Karmy always meant to me.”

Head to THR to read Carter‘s full letter and take a look at the cast’s goodbyes below!

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Rita Volk & 'Faking It' Co-Stars Attend LGBT Center Screening

Rita Volk & 'Faking It' Co-Stars Attend LGBT Center Screening

Rita Volk hits the stage to answer questions during a Faking It screening at the Los Angeles LGBT Center on on Monday (May 2) in Hollywood.

The 25-year-old actress was joined by her co-stars Michael J. Willett and Elliot Fletcher, as well as creator Carter Covington.

In case you didn’t know, Elliot recently just booked a gig on The Fosters‘ upcoming fourth season too! He will make his debut in the July 11 episode, according to THR.

Faking It airs Tuesday nights @ 10:30/9:30c on MTV!

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Gregg Sulkin Writes Love Letter To 'Faking It' Fans After Wrapping Season 3

Gregg Sulkin Writes Love Letter To 'Faking It' Fans After Wrapping Season 3

Gregg Sulkin sticks out his tongue in this cute cast photo he posted to Instagram over the weekend.

The 23-year-old actor shared the image on his account after wrapping filming on Faking It with co-stars Katie Stevens, Rita Volk, Michael J. Willett and Bailey DeYoung.

“…..& THATS A WRAP on Season 3! I first wanted to thank you all for watching the show over the past 3 seasons. Both cast & crew have worked with extreme passion and dedication to make this show something that we can all be proud of,” Gregg started out.

He continued, “I would like to dedicate Our 1 Teen Choice Award Win & 2 people’s Choice Nominations to all of the incredible fans who have supported us from Day One. It sounds cliche, but we wouldn’t have been able to do it without your unwavering loyalty. We have made a tv show that has hopefully inspired thousands of people to be themselves. To be proud of who they are & not judge others.

“Who knows what the shows fate is, however, if it ends here; it’s been a blast. We have had 3 great successful seasons where I have created very special friendships. If this journey ends, I hope you will all join me on my next one :).”

Rita Volk Hopes 'Faking It' Continues To Be A Light For Fans

Rita Volk Hopes 'Faking It' Continues To Be A Light For Fans

Rita Volk looks like she’s ready for summer in a cute maxi dress in this shot from the May 2015 issue of NKD mag.

The 24-year-old actress chatted about Faking It, how she got started in the business and how hard it was coming from Uzbekistan. Check it:

On the impact of the show: “We just hope it continues to be a light for people, whatever they want to make of it. Whether it’s a coming of age story, an inspiration, or just a diversion, I just hope it continue to be something that makes people happy.

On moving from a foreign country: “The transition was hard for my family and myself because we had to assimilate into a different culture and a different language. I still don’t know how my parents managed it all. I didn’t know English, and while I was learning it kids were pretty mean. My parents would dress me up in hand-me-downs, so I looked like a little boy up until I was, like, 10. That didn’t help with the bullying.”

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Kiersey Clemons Joins 'Faking It' Cast For GLAAD Media Awards 2015

Kiersey Clemons Joins 'Faking It' Cast For GLAAD Media Awards 2015

Rita Volk gets sandwiched between Gregg Sulkin and Michael J. Willett as they arrive at the 2015 GLAAD Media Awards held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday night (March 21) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

The 24-year-old actress and her Faking It co-stars were joined at the event by Eye Candy‘s Kiersey Clemons.

The GLAAD Media Awards recognize and honor media for their fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community and the issues that affect their lives.

FYI: Rita wore a Parker dress, Dogeared jewelry and Steve Madden heels. Kiersey wore an Elisabetta Franchi dress and coat, Greymer heels and a Benedetta Bruzziches clutch. Michael is wearing Mezlan shoes.

30+ pics inside of Rita, Gregg, Michael and KierseyMore Here! »

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Gregg Sulkin & Rita Volk Bring 'Faking It' To People's Choice Awards 2015

Gregg Sulkin & Rita Volk Bring 'Faking It' To People's Choice Awards 2015

Gregg Sulkin suits up sharp in Marc Jacobs for the 2015 People’s Choice Awards held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Wednesday (January 7) in Los Angeles.

The 22-year-old actor was joined by his co-stars Rita Volk and Michael J. Willett for the show, were Faking It was nominated for Favorite Cable TV Comedy. It was beat out by Melissa and Joey.

“We didn’t win! But thanks for the support! 1 teen choice win & a @peopleschoice nomination! We will continue to work hard for u guys!,” Gregg wrote on Twitter after the show.

FYI: Rita wore an Aiisha dress, Alepel heels and Ashlyn’d clutch.

20+ pics inside of Gregg, Rita and Michael

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