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Alyson Stoner has teamed up with producers Sweater Beats and Bkaye for a fresh spin on Clean Bandit's hit 'Symphony,' and we've got your first look at the video! Alyson also takes us behind the collaboration, talks life after Disney and more. »
- Gabriella Ginsberg
From her standout dance in Missy Elliott‘s “Work It” video to parts in The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, Cheaper By the Dozen and the Step Up franchise, Alyson Stoner had a pretty busy childhood — nabbing roles in high-profile projects since the early 2000s.
But nearly 50 films and animated voiceover roles later, the former Disney channel star admits fame isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
“Being famous as a kid is weird and unhealthy,” Stoner, now 24, revealed in a candid YouTube video posted in August — which she said she made in an effort to prevent fans »
- Dave Quinn
Kurt Hugo Schneider is no stranger to sponsored content, and throughout his many interactions with brands, he’s made music using everything from cars to Coke bottles. His latest instrument is Butterfinger candy bars, which he hooked up to digital devices to create the most bizarre cover of The Backstreet Boys you’ll ever see.
Schneider, working with the team at the Reach Agency, rigged up each Butterfinger to correspond to its own note. As his bandmates bit into the candy in front of them, they produced the pleasant melody of “I Want It That Way,” the 1999 boy band classic. Max Schneider and Alyson Stoner joined the fun as co-vocalists. As far as we can tell, they didn’t aid their singing with Butterfingers in any way, though they still sound great nonetheless.
As some of his commenters have noted, Kurt Schneider has mastered the art of seamlessly incorporating branded content into his videos. »
- Sam Gutelle
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