Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas knows a thing or two about pretty presentation, so what better "Vampire Diaries" episode for the pint-sized gymnast to guest star on than one centering around the annual Miss Mystic Falls Pageant?
After a lot of online teasing, including excited tweets from the cast, Gabby will make a cameo on tomorrow night's "My Brother's Keeper," and The CW was winning enough to send over a behind-the-scenes images in which the 16-year-old hams it up with stars Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev!
Keep reading after the jump for a synopsis of the episode and an another sneak peek snap of Gabby on set!
by Natasha Chandel
You read it here first! You’re going to see a whole new side of "Step Up Revolution" hottie Ryan Guzman as he gets ready to shoot the new MTV film "Made 2: Ladies Man!"
The teen comedy centers around a nerdy college freshman who decides to revamp his look and become a ladies man. While Guzman does not play the freshman, he does play the female lead’s "douche bag" boyfriend, a role the self-proclaimed "romantic" has never taken on.
Besides the fact that this is a homegrown film for us, we are already going gaga over the fact that Ryan will be channeling his inner stripper in a dance sequence added into the film because of his talented repertoire. "It’ll be more of a 'Magic Mike' kind of feel to it, though, so it’s a little bit more stripping with hard choreography,” Ryan told Hollywood Crush.
It should come as no surprise that the cutie casting announcements keep coming in for The CW's "Sex and the City" prequel "The Carrie Diaries," which will make its fashionable debut come January 14.
The latest paramour to potentially sweep Carrie Bradshaw (played by AnnaSophia Robb) off her feet is Richard Kohnke, who's been cast in the multiple-episode role of George Silver. And it sounds as though this dashing suitor could be the retro spirit animal of one Chuck Bass. See if any of this rings a
butler's bell: George is described in Deadline's report as "a handsome, charming and entitled Upper East Side kid with a confident, seen-it-all attitude who is taking a gap year between prep school and college."
Thank God It's Finally official: "Boy Meets World" stars Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel have signed on to reprise their roles in the Disney channel spin-off "Girl Meets World," which follows the teenage hijinks of Cory Matthews and Topanga Lawrence Matthews' precocious daughter, Riley (per a report from TVLine).
The pilot is still in the very early stages of development, with a nationwide casting search underway for the titular teen, but we have high hopes for the series. Incredibly high hopes actually. To wit, we've put together a GIF guide recalling where the show has been and where we hope it goes with the daughter Matthews. Click past the jump to peruse our list and leave your own wishes in the comments below!
Whether or not you watched Lindsay Lohan's much-anticipated return to acting in last night's Lifetime movie "Liz & Dick," you've surely read plenty of hubbub about the made-for-TV movie on the Twittersphere. And, admittedly, much of it has been negative. Save for Lady Gaga, that is.
Mother Monster hopped on the social networking site today to commend Lindsay's turn as Elizabeth Taylor and advise her to ignore the critics.
So what's next for La Lohan? MTV News spoke with several experts who had a few career recommendations for the star. Be sure to check them out!
Rouse yourself from your turkey coma and limber up your clickers, y'all: 'Tis officially the season to find the perfect gift for the deserving people in your life. And to help you navigate the many, many options before you, here's the first installment of a gift guide pegged perfectly to all your favorite tropes and trends from this year's pop-cultural biggies.
First up: We all know a lady or two with DIY leanings, heavy hipster bangs and a shelf full of cult classic DVDs who yearns to be described, above all else, as "adorkable". And if you're looking for something with which to stuff the stocking of your own New Girl, here's our roundup.
by Ryan J. Downey
One door closes but another door opens—even when that "door" is a coffin lid!
OK, so the vampires of Mystic Falls don't really sleep in coffins (though they do often sleep with each other! Zing!), but we really wanted to make that sentence happen. Even as "The Twilight Saga" draws to a close in theaters, one vamp veteran is headed to the other supernatural romance based on a series of books, "The Vampire Diaries."
Charlie Bewley, known to Team Edward and Team Jacob members alike as the villainous Volturi Demetri, is headed to "The Vampire Diaries" in this season's 13th episode, E! News reports. The 31-year-old London-born actor will play Vaughn, whom casting folks described as "ruggedly handsome, charming, built and tough as hell." The E! News report also noted that an actor with an accent was preferred for the role. Perhaps he'll play one of The Five? Hmm.
Once you've gobbled down the Thanksgiving turkey and pummeled that perfect pumpkin pie, you might be left with a lot of time on your hands during the three-day weekend. After all, one can only play Parcheesi with Aunt Bertha or browse the wool socks clearance bin with Uncle Bob so many times before a bit of familial fatigue sets in. Which is why your trusty Hollywood Crush writers are here with a pop-culture to-do list stuffed with top-notch things to watch, read and listen to during the holiday. (Stretchy pants optional...) Dig in!
You best clear those dirty dishes quick if you don't want to miss a brand-new episode of "Glee." That's right, McKinley High School is in session for the holiday (unfortunate for them, great for us), and New Directions is slinking into Spandex for a superhero-themed hour of song and dance titled "Dynamic Duos." Let's just say we'd gladly forfeit a second helping of candied yams for a little alone time with Blaine's Nightbird. Superman, who? —Amy Wilkinson
Two of our favorite small-screen obsessions collide tonight when "Happy Endings" characters Brad and Max recall meeting on "The Real World." Yep, it's the story of six actors, picked to be on an ABC sitcom and have their lives taped...
The heads up came via former MTV New correspondent Nick Zano, who will begin a multi-episode arc on the series as Penny's love interest during the next episode. Something tells us it's going to be a-mah-zing!
There's nothing "Awkward" about giving back—and Ashley Rickards is among the stars pitching in to prove it.
Tonight, MTV will air "Restore the Shore," a fundraising event to benefit Seaside Heights, New Jersey, following the devastating effects of superstorm Sandy.
The one-hour special, featuring performances by Gym Class Heroes (with special guest Oh Land) and "American Idol" winner Phillip Phillips, will air tonight on MTV at 11/10c. So be sure to tune in and give back!