Speaking in a new video interview, the 22-year-old actress chatted about who she hopes will win at the show, her friendship with Katie Leclerc and sister Laura. Check it:
On her friendship with Katie: “We’re kind of obnoxiously close in a way that a lot of people tolerate. There have been times that we’ve said stuff in unison and people are ‘Okay. You are gross now’.”
On sister Laura: “Have I ever taken the fall for Laura? No. I don’t think Laura’s ever taken the fall for me. I’m pretty good at covering my tracks. I was probably an awful big sister in the beginning of our lives. I used to make her sign contracts that she was my slave and that she had to do things for me. In return, I would love her. That’s literally what the contract said and she did it because she’s the nicest person in the world. Poor kid.”
On her Golden Globes hopes: “‘Imitation Game’ though. That did it for me, I was done after that movie. This is my one, I’m on board with this. Benedict Cumberbatch just literally destroyed that movie. He took it, ripped it apart and acted the h*** out of it. It was amazing.”
In the fourth season premiere, “And It Cannot Be Changed,” with both Emmett (Sean Berdy) and Daphne heading off to college, Bay finds that taking the blame for Daphne may be harder than she thought.
Daphne struggles to adapt to being a pre-med student as she faces her own guilt for letting Bay take the fall for her illegal actions and Regina (Constance Marie) frets over what will soon be an empty nest.
“And It Cannot Be Changed” airs Tuesday, January 6th @ 9PM ET/PT on ABC Family. 15+ pics inside…
Talk about the cutest family photo ever — the Switched At Birth cast bundles up together in the cutest shot from the upcoming holiday episode.
In “Yuletide Fortune Tellers,” as the holidays approach, Bay (Vanessa Marano) bristles at Kathryn’s (Lea Thompson) festive holiday spirit, complete with homemade peanut brittle and Christmas karaoke, while Daphne (Katie Leclerc) is frustrated with Regina’s (Constance Marie) usual tradition of movies and Chinese food for Christmas. Then, after a joint family dinner including “magical” garlic knots, they wake to discover that the switch never happened.
In this alternate life, Bay (Leclerc) is an Olympic hopeful and Daphne (Marano) is a successful artist with an upcoming exhibit. Is it the Christmas miracle they’ve always wanted? Could they even get back if they tried?
“Yuletide Fortune Tellers” premieres Monday, December 8th at 9:00PM ET/PT on ABC Family.