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We Spy Style is back and better than ever! Sophia Banks - celebrity stylist to stars like Kendall and Kylie Jenner - joins us along with Daniella Monet from the hit TV show Victorious for our first new episode of the year! Of course, we have to talk about Kim Kardashian's interesting après ski style, designed by none other than husband Kanye West. Plus, Taylor Swift tries out the harness trend - do you like? We're also taking advantage of all the awesome Winter clothing sales; shop our favorite sale items below! On Allison: Vince turtleneck, All Saints vest, Alexander Wang pants, Nasty Gal shoes »
Days after Victoria Justice shot down rumors of an alleged feud with former co-star Ariana Grande, the Eye Candy star is clearing the air once again. Looking adorable as ever in a cream colored sweater, the 21-year-old star sat down with E! News on Wednesday and opened up about the fabricated reports, which first surfaced back in 2013 when the pair's hit Nickelodeon show, Victorious, came to an end. "I'm really glad that I was actually able to clear up those rumors," she said, reiterating that there's no bad blood between the two before revealing why she decided to shed light on the subject. "Those have been going on for a while and I kind of had this »
A former finalist on “So You Think You Can Dance,” she’ll play one-third of a deadly love triangle
The story follows high school sweethearts Amanda (Gray) and Connor, who are very much in love. When Amanda learns she’s pregnant with Connor’s child, she’s understandably upset, but her »
- Jeff Sneider
Transitioning from child star to multi-hyphenate is never an easy feat—and Victoria Justice is all too aware. The 21-year-old beauty, who shot to stardom thanks to her roles in Nickelodeon shows such as Victorious and Zooey 101, is currently making a big career leap with her new MTV series, Eye Candy, in which she plays a computer genius who goes on the hunt for a serial killer. "I think the fans have been reacting really great to this transition," Justice told E! News when she stopped by the studio on Wednesday (be sure to check out the full interview tonight!). "Coming from Nickelodeon, I started on that network when I was 12 years old and I'm 21 »
Fox is assembling a remarkably high-profile cast for its upcoming Ryan Murphy anthology series Scream Queens. In addition to previously-cast series leads Emma Roberts and Jamie Lee Curtis, the comedy-horror series will star Lea Michele (Fox’s Glee), Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine, Zombieland), Keke Palmer (Akeelah and the Bee) and Joe Manganiello (HBO’s True Blood). Meanwhile, Victorious co-star and breakout chanteuse Ariana Grande has landed a recurring role.
Whether all those actors will be singing as well as acting is unclear, but it’s a sure thing that Michele, Palmer and Grande will belt out at least a few numbers. Breslin is a likely candidate for a singing role, too, seeing as she showcased her vocal abilities in the little-seen drama Janie Jones back in 2010 and has also been an occasional member of dream-pop band Stargroves.
The stacked cast is less surprising when you consider the show’s pedigree. »
- Isaac Feldberg
Even though Glee will come to an end this March, the partnership between series star Lea Michele and co-creator Ryan Murphy will continue beyond the series’ conclusion. Over the weekend at the Television Critics Association winter press tour, it was announced that Murphy’s newest series, Scream Queens, has added Michele, along with Joe Manganiello (True Blood, Magic Mike), Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine, Zombieland), Keke Palmer (Masters of Sex, 90210), and pop star/Victorious alum Ariana Grande, to its cast. Michele, Manganiello, Breslin, and Palmer will all be series regulars on Scream Queens. Grande, meanwhile, has signed on for a recurring role on the freshman series. The five actors join a cast that already includes American Horror Story alum Emma Roberts and an original “scream queen” herself, Jamie Lee Curtis. Similar to Murphy’s American Horror Story or FX’s other popular drama, Fargo, Scream Queens is expected to be an anthology series, »
- Chris King
Denis Leary delivered his usual rowdy session on Sunday in introducing his new FX comedy, “Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll,” at Sunday’s Television Critics Assn. press tour.
Despite Leary’s salty language and blunt banter (for instance, jabbing PBS for having two days at TCA), the comedian focused the crowd’s attention on the breakout potential of the actress who plays his daughter, Elizabeth Gillies.
Gillies is best known for her starring role on Nickelodeon’s “Victorious,” which means “Sex&Drugs” marks her graduation to adult roles.
“I had to have a girl who could really sing rock ‘n’ roll, and would be willing to sing live on set because I wanted the vocals to be recorded live,” Leary said, adding that his cast of musicians had to be sexy, dramatic, comedic and have the ability to improvise. “I really wanted to capture the vocals live. Any audience at home »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Listen up, Glee fans!
The co-ceo's of Fox Television Group, Dana Walden and Gary Newman, took the stage at the TCA Winter Press Tour on Saturday morning, and they revealed that Glee fans have a lot to look forward to this fall.
Although the musical hit is in their sixth and final season, many fans — and Fox chairmen — are sad to see the series go, but we think they have come up with a great solution: After stating that Fox practically "begged" Ryan Murphy to stay with the network, Newman revealed that there are some familiar McKinley faces headed to Murphy's newest upcoming series, Scream Queens.
News: What to Know Before Watching 'Glee's Final Season!
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The demise of the hit Nickelodeon show "Victorious" has been the subject of lots of rumors and innuendos in the years since it ended ... and Victoria Justice says the rumors are Bs.If you're not a 14-year-old girl ... "Victorious" was a show that aired on Nickelodeon from March 2010 until February 2013 and starred Justice and Ariana Grande ... before she struck it big on her own.VJ was the star of the show and when it got the ax, »
- TMZ Staff
MTV is taking fans in an interesting new direction with their latest scripted thriller series, Eye Candy, which premiered tonight on the formerly music oriented network. In one word, the pilot can simply be described as disturbing. Eye Candy is essentially The Following for a younger demographic, but it’s too early to tell if that’s a good thing or not.
Eye Candy centers around a young, genius hacker named Lindy, played by Victoria Justice, former star of Nickelodeon’s hit teen show Victorious. By the end of the first episode, she is both the hunter and hunted as she continues to search for any clues that might lead to finding out what happened to her sister.
In the beginning of the episode, Lindy watches helplessly as her sister is kidnapped right in front of her. Three years later, a 21-year old version of the character we were briefly »
- Lindsay Sperling
[Brightcove "3985836747001" "" "" "auto"] From the brightly colored, sunshiny Hollywood seen in Nickelodeon's Victorious to the gritty, dimly lit streets of New York in her new show Eye Candy, Victoria Justice has made a huge career leap. In MTV's new hour-long drama, Justice portrays Lindy, a 21-year-old tech genius with a keen distrust of the police force who let her sister's kidnapping go unsolved years before we meet her in the pilot. Loosely based on a series of books by Goosebumps author R.L. Stine, Eye Candy follows Lindy as she helps other people find their missing loved ones using her hacking skills, which have »
- Amanda Michelle Steiner, @amandamichl
There's a new serial killer on the block.Shows like "True Detective," "The Following" and "Hannibal" have us all interested in blood-soaked entertainment again -- and now, MTV's joining in the freaky fun.Victoria Justice headlines the network's new scripted drama, "Eye Candy," as Lindy, a hacker who dives into the online dating pool to track down a psychopath.Check out the trailer above -- and keep reading for 5 things you need to know before the premiere.1.) Victoria Justice Is All Grown UpMany stars know the actress from Nickelodeon shows like "Zoey 101" and "Victorious," but now 21 in real life, she's ready to take on something a little edgier.There's no high school drama in this show, as Justice plays a hacker who has her own apartment, goes to bars and even gets down and dirty with at least one of her hot costars.2.) It'll Make You Think Twice About »
- tooFab Staff
Among the burdens of shows associated with MTV is a need to feel youthful and occasionally on the cutting edge. The drama “Eye Candy” falls well short of those marching orders, casting Victoria Justice as a young hacker trying to find her missing sister, and simultaneously hunted by a sadistic predator. Basically, it’s Nancy Drew meets “Stalker” (nearly rivaling that CBS show in terms of grisly killings), and winds up being most notable for Justice graduating from Nickelodeon roles (“Zoey 101,” “Victorious”) to its Viacom sibling. Assuming the studio advocates cradle-to-grave employment, at least she can count on a TV Land gig in her district-attorney years.
Adapted from R.L. Stine’s bestselling novel into a 10-episode series, “Eye Candy” begins on a grim note, as Justice’s Lindy watches her younger sister get snatched right in front of her. Three years later, she’s 21 and still seeking clues, while »
- Brian Lowry
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