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High School Musical's Frankie Rodriguez & Michael Willett Speak at LGBTQ Panel for W Hotels

High School Musical's Frankie Rodriguez & Michael Willett Speak at LGBTQ Panel for W Hotels

Frankie Rodriguez joins a group photo while attending the Queer Me Out panel held at the W Hollywood last week in Los Angeles.

The High School Musical: The Musical: The Series actor joined Faking It‘s Michael Willett, Pose actress Hailie Sahar, The Fosters and Good Trouble co-creator Bradley Bredeweg and Patrik-Ian Polk for a discussion about being LGBTQ+ in the entertainment indursty.

Queer Me Out is a global speaker series designed to give a bigger platform to connect and inspire the LGBTQ+ community in every W destination around the world.

Read More: Frankie A. Rodriguez Dances Around East High In This High School Musical: The Musical: The Series Video – Watch!

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Maia Mitchell & 'Good Trouble' Cast Support EP Bradley Bredeweg & Co-Star Emma Hunton at 'Edward Scissorhands' Musical

Maia Mitchell & 'Good Trouble' Cast Support EP Bradley Bredeweg & Co-Star Emma Hunton at 'Edward Scissorhands' Musical

Maia Mitchell shows off her new blonde hair while attending a performance of Scissorhands at Rockwell Table & Stage on Friday night (December 14) in Los Angeles.

The 25-year-old actress stepped out to support her Good Trouble executive producer and director Bradley Bredeweg who is directing the Edward Scissorhands musical parody, which also stars Good Trouble co-star Emma Hunton.

Also in attendance were Maia‘s co-stars Ken Kirby, Molly McCook, Cierra Ramirez, Josh Pence, and Zuri Adele.

“Thank you my @goodtrouble family for coming out to support @scissorhandsmusical last night. I love you all!” Bradley captioned a group photo with the GT cast. Check it out below!

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'The Fosters' EP Reflects on School Shooting

'The Fosters' EP Reflects on School Shooting

We are still reeling from last night’s intense episode of The Fosters.

Executive producer Bradley Bredeweg has shed some light on the decision to feature a school shooting and how they went about it.

“We really wanted to focus on the terror and the process, what it means to put a school on lockdown,” he told TVLine.com. “We didn’t want to necessarily focus on the shooter. We wanted to focus on our family, the Anchor Beach Charter staff and how really, truly frightening this situation can be.”

He added, “When something tragic like this happens, we tend to focus on the person behind the gun first and not the people that are affected by it. We wanted to take a different point of view during this episode.”

WHAT DID YOU THINK of The Fosters school shooting episode?

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