Bridgit Mendler has been pretty busy lately with her new show “Undateable.” The rising star recently tweeted that Nickelodeon star, Victoria Justice will be joining her on set. That’s not all, Victoria will be joining her for a musical number as well.
“Guess what’s coming on #Undateable this week!! @victoriajustice and I are singing??? Whaaaa,” she shared with the photo above on Twitter.
“Soo… @bridgitmendler & I are practicing for our free style rap battle on #undateable next…” shared Victoria on Twitter.
‘Undateable’ is about a guy named Danny who is carefree and single. Throughout his life he has watched just about all of his friends get married—in fact that’s why he had to move out of his last apartment, his roommate got married. He and his single friends all have “quirks” that make them undateable.
Danny is played by Chris D’Elia. Others that appear on the show include Brent Morin, Bianca Kajlich, Ron Funches and Rick Glassman.
Heffron Drive, which is comprised of Big Time Rush’s Kendall Schmidt and friend Dustin Belt, just released an unplugged acoustic version of their track ‘Happy Mistakes.’
“Reading how much you all are digging #HappyMistakesUnplugged makes me feel like my hearts gonna explode with love!,” shared Kendall in response to the song’s success.
In a recent interview with PopCrush, Kendall shared the following on what made him want to take an acoustic route on the band’s upcoming album.
“’I listened to a lot of pop-punk bands — honestly, I’ll even venture to say emo bands — and oftentimes they would make acoustic records for their otherwise more intense songs, and I always thought it was kind of cool…I always kind of thought it would be cool to do acoustic renditions of everything.’”
You can pick up ‘Happy Mistakes’ Unplugged today on iTunes.
‘Sam & Cat’s’ Jennette McCurdy will be appearing in a new Netflix series entitled ‘Between.’ The show is set to premiere on May 21—that’s less than a month away.
The show is about a town which has just had a near-apocalypse experience. A mysterious disease has wiped out everyone who is over the age of 21. Now, all those remaining in the town are quarantined to a 10-mile area where they must survive on their own.
Jennette portrays a character named Wiley. Others who appear in the series include Jim Watson (Pat), Ryan Allen (Gord) and Wesley Morgan (Kevin Hale).