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    "Here’s a happy thought: Once Upon a Time has just cast Tinkerbell for season 3.

    Actress Rose McIver has landed the ABC hit’s take on the classic role, and will appear in multiple episodes next season.

    Season 3 will spend time exploring the fantasy world of Neverland. Showrunners Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis have said Tinkerbell will have a surprising introduction and unlikely connection to another character. As for the mysterious role of Peter Pan, the showrunners promised fans at Comic-Con that he will be a darker and complicated version of the character — and perhaps a little frightening.

    McIver has had roles in The Lovely Bones and Showtime’s upcoming Masters of Sex, and was the Yellow Bear ranger on Power Rangers RPM. For next season, Once Upon has also recast Robin Hood (with Sean Maguire filling in for Tom Ellis), booked Robbie Kay as a Lost Boy, and Giancarlo Esposito will return for an episode as The Mirror/Sidney.

    One big role that has yet to be cast: Ariel, The Little Mermaid herself. Once Upon returns Sunday, Sept. 29."

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    We really have to hand it to Miley — she may have completely warped her image into something that seems wholly unnatural for a girl with a voice tailor-made for country music, but with one mere cringeworthy music video, Miley has catapulted herself into pop music superstardom. Bless Larry Rudolph’s heart.

    So Miley has the fame now — it was really that easy. She went from being a post-Disney starlet who spent her time attending pilates classes every day and posting photos of her dogs to a bona fide pop star. Now all she has to do is maintain this level of ubiquity, which shouldn’t be too difficult. And I can’t believe the tabloids didn’t come up with this story sooner because it’s just so damn funny. According to this week’s issue of the Enquirer, Elsa Pataky is fuming over future sister-in-law Miley’s fame and wants a piece of that. The premise isn’t too hard to believe, right? Well, Miley credits her drastic haircut last summer with changing her life, and now the Enquirer says that Elsa essentially copied Miley’s hair. I had to go back and check the timeline on these haircuts, and Elsa got hers in December! And unlike Miley’s cut, nobody paid a bit of attention to the crop during Elsa’s pap walks.

    Now I had previously assumed that Elsa had acquired a post-baby haircut because she may have experienced that dreaded massive hair loss that often arrives with postpartum hormones. But I think the Enquirer’s version is a lot more amusing as it paints the tale of Elsa seeing Miley as “a bitter rival,” but finding herself unable to become “a Miley mimic.” Mind you, this is all based upon what could be a coincidental set of haircuts, but with Elsa’s fameseeking history, well, it makes a lot more sense than Elsa will be comfortable admitting to when she picks up the tabloids this week.


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    Hollywood Records RT'ed this Twitlonger written by a Demi Lovato fan:



    It seems that we’ve been having problems with Made In The USA and its radio performance. First of all, those stations who have refused to play it because Hollywood Records wouldn’t allow them to, probably isn’t entirely true. We don’t really know what’s going on, but those who’ve called them have tweeted that they said it wasn’t their fault. The halting of the song on the radio CAN be due to the spamming of the stations. So all of the complaining and calling HWR to give them shit or whatever needs to stop because its useless and unnecessary.

    Secondly, @1079theend a radio station here in California gave us information that the tweets, and possibly texting radio stations that aren’t our local ones are being counted as spam. ESPECIALLY the tweets. They go completely ignored. Mediabase requests (out requesting site) only helps a little according to them.

    Here’s their tweets explaining:
    https://twitter.com/1079theend/status/360631453433872387
    https://twitter.com/1079theend/status/360632830847500290
    https://twitter.com/1079theend/status/360641038437711873
    https://twitter.com/1079theend/status/360645944015994882

    Stop with the mass requests because as you can see, it backfired. However, there are certain stations like @SaturdayOnline and @Q102Philly who ask for twitter requests, that should be the ONLY time you tweet radio stations that aren’t from your area, is when and only if they ASK.
    Also, there are stations where you can vote for the songs that get played such as:
    http://www.channel933.com/pages/nathan-fast.html?article=11467445
    http://www.q102.com/pages/maxwell.html
    and everyone can participate in those.

    We all need to request on our local radio stations. It's the most effective way. I know there are Lovatics all across America and throughout the world so if we all contribute, we can help Made In The USA smash the right way.

    Finally, and most importantly there are tons of websites that can help you find your local stations. Like this one - http://www.radio-locator.com use that to locate the stations (preferably Top 40/Pop, Hot AC, and AC stations) in your area and request on them. Either by text, call, tweet or filing a request form on your stations’ website should work. If you have a personal twitter account, use that to tweet your radio stations, they'd take it more seriously than one from a fan account and the request won’t be ignored since its your actual station and you actually listen to them.

    If you have any questions tweet me at @enticingdemi or @ddlpromo and I’ll try to be as helpful as I can.

    Hope this helps and spread the word as much as possible!

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    "Via MTV’s Splashpage, Whedon has been talking up the characters who he feels were a bit neglected during the first assemblage of the Avengers. (We’d argue that Black Widow was suitably represented, but there’s no denying Hawkeye was a sideline presence at best.) Speaking at Comic-Con (via Screen Rant), Whedon talked about how big the scope of ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ is, and managed to give Hawkeye some love:

    "It’s very much a global Avengers film. A lot of the movie has to do with their place not just in America, but the world. Part of the fun for me, definitely this time around, is writing Hawkeye. He did get possessed pretty early by a bad guy and had to walk around all scowly for most of the movie so now it’s nice to actually have the character there and see him interact with the other guys."

    Whedon, during a Q&A session with Nerd HQ, then spoke encouragingly about his plans to have Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) figure more prominently in the sequel:

    "Natasha is a huge part of the sequel because you do want to concentrate on the people who don’t have their own franchises. Although she in ‘Cap 2,’ [and] she’s great. She was the most fun for me because she’s not a hero, you know, and it’s something that I read—and I feel bad that I can’t remember who wrote the book—but it’s in one of the books explaining, ‘These guys are heroes, you are a spy. It’s a different thing—it’s a different skill set—and you don’t have their moral high ground or any of that good stuff.’ And that just makes her so interesting to me. So yeah, the stuff I’ve got going on with her in the second one is killer."

    The only real question is, if he’s giving even more screentime to Hawkeye and Black Widow, does that really leave room for further development of all the others – especially when he also has Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch joining the gang? It’s going to be a lot to juggle, but if anyone can do it, Whedon can. (He’ll just need about 3 hours to do it in.)"

    What We Know (and What We Think We Know)



    WHAT WE DEFINITELY KNOW

    The new villain will be Ultron.
    After Whedon teased the cosmic supervillain Thanos during the closing credits of The Avengers, most fans assumed the big blue guy would be the main baddie in the sequel. However, Whedon pulled a fast one on us: Instead, as indicated by that title, he'll push the Avengers in a sci-fi direction by pitting them against the evil robot Ultron, a comic-book staple Marvel introduced in 1968. What makes Ultron most fearsome is his ability to keep upgrading his own strength, and Whedon says we'll see those powers in the film: "Ultron is definitely somebody who evolves, so we’re going to get a couple of iterations. It’s going to be cool." And it's going to sell a lot of toys, we're guessing.

    It won't be based on the recent comic-book arc with the same title.
    Last month, Marvel wrapped a ten-part comic-book series called Age of Ultron, so fanboys naturally assumed that the new film would be based on that story. Turns out, Marvel simply thought the title was so nice they used it twice. "We came up with a few titles, but every month a new comic book appeared, and that's a great title," Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige told Empire. "Age Of Ultron is a great title. We had a few other 'Of Ultrons', but that was the best one. So we're borrowing that title, but taking storylines from decades of Avengers storylines." Perhaps that's for the best, since the comic-book Age of Ultron was a convoluted crossover involving time travel and other Marvel superheroes like Wolverine and Spider-Man, elements that would have been difficult to adapt for a film.

    Ultron's origin story will be changed.
    According to comic-book lore, Ultron was an artificial intelligence created by Hank Pym, better known as the superhero Ant-Man. Quickly, Ultron turned on his maker, and much of his motivation is derived from that vendetta against Pym. This presents a unique problem for Marvel Studios: Edgar Wright is preparing to direct an Ant-Man movie that will establish the Pym character, but it won't be released until after Age of Ultron. How do you introduce Ultron before you meet his maker? Well, according to Whedon, Ant-Man is no longer to blame for the rampaging robot. "We’re doing our own version of the origin story for Ultron," said Whedon. "In the origin story, there was Hank Pym, so a lot of people assumed that he will be in the mix. He’s not ... We’re crafting our own version of it where his origin comes more directly from the Avengers we already know about."

    Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch will be joining the team.
    The big-screen Avengers team already includes six principal members, but Whedon is adding two more to the mix, the brother-and-sister team of Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch. "One of the problems I had on the first one was, everybody basically had punchy powers," Whedon explained earlier this year. "'I can hit,''I can also hit.' Hopefully it didn’t get too boring. But coming into the second one, [Quicksilver has] got super speed. [Scarlet Witch] can weave spells and a little telekinesis, get inside your head. There’s good stuff that they can do that will help sort of keep it fresh." One wrench in the works: Next year's X-Men sequel Days of Future Past will beat Whedon to the punch when it comes to using Quicksilver, since Fox also owns rights to the Avengers character thanks to a tangled web of contracts. (In fact, both Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch are the children of X-Men foe Magneto, at least in the comics.) Still, Quicksilver is likely to have a much larger role in Age of Ultron than he will in Days of Future Past, where his portrayer, Evan Peters, is joining a massive cast that includes Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, and Jennifer Lawrence.

    The Captain America sequel will heavily foreshadow Age of Ultron.
    All of the individual Marvel movies will set the stage for Age of Ultron in some way, but expect the strongest tease from Captain America: The Winter Soldier, due out next spring. "[It] has narrative elements that tie directly to Avengers 2," Winter Soldier co-director Joe Russo told Slashfilm. "I think, and Kevin [Feige] has said this, it’s as big of a bridge of any of the Phase 2 movies from Avengers to Avengers 2. There’s a significant shift in the universe at the end of this movie."

    Agent Coulson won't appear in it.
    Clark Gregg's beloved S.H.I.E.L.D. agent died at the hands of Loki in the first Avengers installment ... and yet, he'll be mysteriously revived to star in the upcoming TV series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Still, don't expect Coulson to drop in on his former friends to spill the good news. "Right now it's not something I'm pursuing because I have so much going on in Avengers 2," said Whedon. "Finding out that Coulson is alive would be an entire B story. And I already have too much movie."

    WHAT WE THINK WE KNOW

    Aaron Taylor-Johnson will be playing Quicksilver.
    Marvel still hasn't confirmed this rumor, but it looks like the Kick-Ass star will don another superhero suit for Age of Ultron. Last month, the Wrap alleged that Taylor-Johnson was the front-runner for the role, and when MTV asked the actor about it at Comic-Con, he demurred in a telling way: "I don’t think I can talk about that, but it’s definitely an exciting prospect." Taylor-Johnson went on to say that his wife had just bought him a valuable Quicksilver comic for research — "a really, really old vintage one where it’s the first time Quicksilver’s ever been on the front cover"— so unless she's just messing with his head, it looks like Taylor-Johnson is indeed the likeliest prospect to play the speedy new hero.

    Tony Stark might be Ultron's new creator.
    In the teaser video that accompanied Marvel's announcement of the Age of Ultron title, we saw a sequence where Tony Stark's Iron Man helmet is pounded, beaten, and warped into a new shape: Ultron's metal visage. When taken in concert with Whedon's statement that the new Ultron origin story "comes more directly from the Avengers we already know about," it's easy to assume that Stark will take Pym's place as the unwitting creator of the robotic Ultron. After all, who knows more about creating fearsome metal foes than the man who amassed a whole army of them in Iron Man 3?

    Loki will probably sit this one out.
    After serving as the primary villain in both Thor and The Avengers, Tom Hiddleston's Loki isn't likely to play a major role in Age of Ultron — in fact, Whedon has implied before that he won't be appearing in the movie at all. Kevin Feige is more cagey on the subject, though: Not only does the Marvel chief brag that "Loki could be the Big Bad for us for a long time," he won't confirm the character's absence from Age of Ultron. Still, we wouldn't expect more than a cameo at most, and even that seems like a reach, since Loki will yet again return to menace Thor in Thor: The Dark World. How many rounds can these guys go with the same bad guy?

    Vin Diesel may be joining Age of Ultron.
    The canny Fast and Furious star has been hinting like crazy that he scored a big Marvel role; at Comic-Con, he told attendees that an announcement could be made in the next month. Assuming that Diesel is on the level, there are three likely possibilities here: (1) Diesel is joining the cast of the currently filming Guardians of the Galaxy, since that Marvel movie has yet to announce who will be playing key characters Thanos and Rocket Racoon, (2) Diesel is getting his own Marvel film, or (3) He's coming onboard the Avengers sequel. One actor who seems less than thrilled by the prospect of Diesel in Age of Ultron? His former xXx co-star Samuel L. Jackson, who reacts to the potential casting with withering silence in this MTV interview.

    Scarlet Witch Is Getting A Makeover

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    "In an interview with Nerdist at the San Diego Comic-Con, Joss Whedon revealed his initial plans for the Scarlet Witch's all-new costume… and it looks like she won't be keeping that weird-looking headpiece.

    "She might wear a headband or something that might echo it," he explained. But it looks as though her signature headpiece is definitely a goner.

    "The guys at Marvel, the conceptual artists, are phenomenal, and they are so good at taking the essence of what works and interpreting it for the actual human body, and when they paint something you can not only tell how it's gonna work on a person, you can even tell what fabric it'll be."

    "They are very specific," he added. "Very talented. So I'm excited to see the designs."

    "Obviously we want to echo the look that people know, but there's the classic look and the Ultimates look, but you have to do it in a way that will work. But it can't be too old school… she can't wear a leotard."


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    Chakra-approved! While promoting her new Dream Out Loud collection at Kmart stores in New York City on Wednesday, July 24, Selena Gomez talked to Us Weekly about her upcoming gypsy-themed birthday party and how the Indian culture has influenced her -- both musically and personally.

    Explaining that she's enjoyed learning about her "seven chakras," the "Come & Get It" singer, who has a Latino heritage, says that the Hindu culture is inspiring.

    "My hairstylist and my makeup artist are actually really big into the whole culture -- they've been around, they've traveled, they've gotten me into various books," she said. "I've been traveling, too. It's been really fun to explore that because it's a very different view and it's such a beautiful culture."

    Despite catching some flak from the Universal Society of Hinduism for wearing a bindi during her MTV Movie Awards "Come & Get It" performance and at other events, the former Disney Channel star doesn't seem to be fazed by the controversy. In fact, she's celebrating her recent 21st birthday with a gypsy-themed party this weekend. "I love that vibe, I love that feel," she said. "All my girls are going to have really cute little fun skirts and really cute little tops and rings."

    With her newfound beliefs, Justin Bieber's ex -- who celebrated turning legal with a shot of Jack Daniels -- says that every day, she is evolving and learning more about herself.

    "I think that at the end of the day, I'm definitely a 21-year-old, and if you ask anybody in this room what they did when they were 21, I'm sure they would say they just experienced life and tried to enjoy it," she explained. "So I'm enjoying balancing both, because I do want to celebrate my 21st birthday, but at the same time, it's been fun for me to grow up and figure out who I am and who I want to be."

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    Olivia Holt attended Variety's 7th annual Power of Youth event last night (July 27th) in Universal City, CA.

    Bailee Madison, Rico & Raini Rodriguez, and Kickin' It costar Luke Benward both posed with the I Didn't Do It actress at the event.

    Check out pics behind the jump!


















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    Actor Trevor Jackson has been creating waves on the small and silver screens since he was a young boy, but now he's transitioning to conquer his other love - music.

    Today, the 16-year-old actor/singer premiered his latest music video "Drop It," which is currently on featured on McDonald's latest commercial.

    Trevor Jackson stopped by GlobalGrind to give the scoop on his budding music career, his new single "Drop It," and of course his relationship with fellow teen star Zendaya."

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    She’s the poster girl for the Disney generation, a sultry pop star and the latest Harmony Korine pin-up. Selena Gomez hits the streets of London for her i-D cover debut.

    When Britney Spears first emerged in her high school uniform circa 1999 and belted her way into the hearts of the world with her all-American messages of virtue and teen power, a seven-year-old girl from Texas was watching her every move. “The Baby One More Time… concert was amazing. I sat all the way up in the nosebleeds and I could barely see her, but I remember it being the best day of my life,” Selena Gomez reminisces. “I had my hair in a ponytail and I knew all the words to the songs. I’ll always remember it.” The icon of the post-Janet Jackson generation, Britney paved the way for an era of tiny Disney superstars whose images would become even more protected than that of their precursor. But like Janet before her, the gilded birdcage became too much for Britney, who decided to take control and, well, lose control all at once.


    Britney’s legendary meltdown was part of a learning curve for her more famous fans, a sort of How Not To for child stars who suddenly find themselves all grown up. Selena Gomez, for one, paid close attention and now at 21 she’s seemingly well balanced in her celebrity. Her break with the cutesy Disney image that catapulted her into global stardom has been as smooth as Britney’s was rocky. In the course of a year, she has gone from voicing the animated family comedy Hotel Transylvania to starring in Harmony Korine’s guns-and-nudity spectacle Spring Breakers, and from singing about PG-13 crushes to seductively cooing, “When you’re ready come and get it” on her debut solo album Stars Dance. On the phone from her home in LA, she’s musing about her i-D cover shoot, a kind of manifesto of her transformation.

    “I love doing shoots overseas. Actually being there and feeling the environment adds a realness to the shoot,” she says, her accent bearing more likeness to the dozy, drawn-out vowels of California than her Texan roots. “It’s so easy to wear incredible, beautiful dresses and look super glamorous, because you have the power of Photoshop, but a shoot that’s really stripped-down and raw is really fun to do. I was being rained on, it was freezing, I was covered in a giant sweater and my hair was all over the place. I got to just be in that moment and feel like I was there.” When you’re 21 and you’re about to go on tour, those moments don’t necessarily come by the dozen. “It’s been crazy,” Selena admits. “I wanted it to be bigger and better than the last tour, so the stage and the presentation are gonna be really fun.”

    “I was actually really shy as a child. My first audition did not go well. I was very awkward. It was in front of a bunch of suits at Disney and I definitely felt I blew it. It took me a long time to let go.” Selena Gomez

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    "Bella Thorne grabs dinner with her boyfriend Tristan Klier at Benihana on Saturday night (August 3) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

    The happy couple was joined by her agent-turned-manager Thor Bradwell, who recently joined Rick Yorn‘s LBI Entertainment.

    Bella, 15, just returned to Los Angeles today from Atlanta, where she spent the last few months shooting The Familymoon alongside Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler.

    Later this month, Bella shoots Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day starring Kerris Dorsey, Steve Carell and Jennifer Garner."












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    It's business as usual for Demi Lovato and Simon Cowell!

    The duo has always had a bantering relationship since the pop star joined The X Factor in season two, but Lovato had nothing but teasing love for her fellow judge when E! News' Kristin Dos Santos chatted with her at the 2013 Summer TCA Press Tour following the news that he has a baby on the way with Lauren Silverman.

    "I don't have any advice to give to someone who has lived like a hundred more years than I have," Lovato exclusively told us when we asked if she's given Cowell advice on how to handle the scrutiny surrounding his personal life.

    She jokingly continued, "I mean, I might be off by a few, so maybe 110. But I have a lot of fun with him and he's a great guy. He'll be good."

    Looking at the upcoming third season of The X Factor, which welcomes new judges Paulina Rubino and Kelly Rowland, Lovato teased that viewers may see a softer side of the dad-to-be.

    "I think we've cracked his shell a little bit," Lovato said of Cowell's demeanor this upcoming season. "I think people are going to see that he's actually a really nice guy. It doesn't mean he's going to be any more polite to contestants that he doesn't think are talented. But people are going to see a softer side of him definitely this year."

    Lovato admitted that she was intimidated by Cowell at first, but soon realized he's a big ol' softie, saying, "People are surprised, and I was definitely surprised. Especially after working with him for so long, too. He's just continued to surprise me...in being just a really great person and he's really sensitive and he's a good guy and people only see the really mean Simon on TV. The thing is he's just saying what all of us are thinking anyways."

    The "Heart Attack" singer is confident that season three will be the Fox reality series' best yet, highlighting the chemistry between the new judging panel as one of its strongest elements.

    "I feel like this season is so different and dare I say it better than last season," Lovato told us. "Not just talent wise, but the chemistry between the entire panel is like family. We have bonded. Paulina and Kelly and I have become like sisters. I can go to them with anything and have deep conversations and at the same time laugh our asses off."

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    Bridgit Mendler attended a special fan meet & greet in Melbourne, Australia over the weekend (August 4th), where she also performed.

    The "Hurricane" singer has been in Australia for promo lately, along with Teen Beach Movie stars Maia Mitchell & Ross Lynch. Bridgit returned to LA today, posting on Instagram"Waddup Los Angeles!!!!! We're back!!!".

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    What's the grittiest way to get to the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards? Pink got pretty bad-ass last year by flying in on a helicopter, but that's not Miley Cyrus's style. Miley's crawling through the tunnels of Brooklyn with her Smiler gang, baring her teeth and slinking confidently through the darkness.

    In the latest VMA promo, Cyrus emerges with fire-breathers and graffiti artists at the Barclays Center stop at Atlantic Avenue. Commuters stand on the platform with a wary gaze (maybe they're pissed that Miley's holding up the N train). A busker strums "We Can't Stop" quietly on a ukulele, while the Smilers blast the Beastie Boys'"No Sleep Till Brooklyn."

    As a VMA nominee for Best Pop Video, Best Female Video and Best Editing, she doesn't take her upcoming appearance at August 25's show lightly. And her crew that's following her underground in the subway? She's doing it all for them.

    "I'm so thankful to my fans," Cyrus told MTV News on set of the promo. "I'm obviously making the music and I come out here and like, 'work,' but it's really all on the fans. They're all about buying the record and who's out there making the video so viral and get to 100 million. So, really, I want to continue to shine the light on them a little bit. That's why it's important to show this army of Smilers."

    So what will the Smilers do if Miley actually wins?

    "Winning, they get as excited as I do, I really think," she said. "'Cause they're the ones who are making it happen, voting every day. So every day I just go to my Twitter feed and I see 'I just voted for Best Pop Video,''cause I see all my followers who have been voting, it's obviously so cool. That's why I wanted to represent them in this whole video and show kinda how they're a part of my crew."

    Catch the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards on August 25 at 9 p.m. ET live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Smilers, you won't want to miss it!

    Watch Miley stir up some VMA votes on Instagram behind the jump:





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    "Olivia Holt steps out with Radio Disney at jcpenney to celebrate the Back-To-School at jcp #MakeItYours event held at the Glendale Galleria on Saturday afternoon (August 3) in Glendale, Calif.

    The 16-year-old actress met with fans and got hands on with jcp’s customization station where she designed and personalized some new purchased backpacks and sneakers.

    Other activities included an interactive gaming station, jcpenney gift card giveaways and more.

    “so much fun meeting you all today at the back to school #makeityours with @JCPenney @radiodisney,” Olivia tweeted."















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    Episode Summary:
    Emma and Bryn’s friendship is put to the test when they co-anchor their school's morning announcements. Meanwhile, after Jessie figures out that Zuri has been reading her diary, she and Bertram trick Zuri into thinking she's an alien.

    Katherine Mcnamara guest stars.

    The episode airs THIS Friday, August 9th on Disney Channel.





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