Troian Bellisario stepped into the middle of a social media minefield last week when she was asked to explain her position one of the most important decisions facing Americans everywhere. In an interview with Cosmopolitan at the Democratic National Convention, Troian was asked to cast her vote for either Team Taylor Swift or Team Kim Kardashian in their ongoing drama.
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“Pretty Little Liars” actress Troian Bellisario has been one of the many celebs to attend this week’s Democratic National Convention. Oddly enough, when she sat down with Cosmopolitan for a quick interview on politics, the topic of Taylor Swift and Kim Kardashian’s feud was brought up.
Repeat Coachella attendee Vanessa Hudgens made a trip out to the valley once again to take in the festival for another year. Vanessa partied with her sister along with her boyfriend Austin Butler, but managed to find time to see model Chanel Iman, “Teen Wolf’s” Tyler Posey and Troian Bellisario from “Pretty Little Liars.”
Take a look at Vanessa’s Coachella fashion and see videos below.
(Photo credits: vahudgensbr Twitter account, Vanessa Hudgens Instagram account)
It’s officially awards season. Last night, the 2016 People’s Choice Awards were held and many stars turned up for the ceremony. Several cast members from the upcoming production of “Grease: Live” were spotted as they arrived together. Vanessa Hudgens, Keke Palmer, Julianne Hough, Carly Rae Jepsen and Kether Donohue looked coordinated in dark dresses.
Other celebs in attendance included Shawn Mendes, Lucy Hale, Kate Hudson and Meghan Trainor.
See photos of celebs at the event below.
A is back on Pretty Little Liars July 15 @ 8/7c.
Troian Bellisario, 28, is upset that teen shows aren’t given more awards. She wrote on THR: ‘Everyone says this is the golden age of television. There are so many wonderful shows,
With new ideas and characters that push the envelope. There is an abundance of quality artists using their talents in this medium rather than just in film. And there are so many different ways to tell a story, a variety of styles and genres all being celebrated and explored.
So why is it that with all the different types of shows being recognized this Emmy season, the ones like mine, ‘teen shows,’ are written off as fluff? Guilty pleasures that are too youthful to exhibit accolade-worthy material.
What if they are telling good stories too, just in a different way? ’m not comparing our show to any other show, I’m not comparing myself to any other actor (especially not Bryan Cranston —please God, no!),
But as someone on a teen soap I can tell you that I work with a cast and crew that searches for those same human truths, and who strives to convey those truths with compelling depth and excellence.
We are just beholden to a different style of storytelling. And that is also worthy of serious consideration.’ Photo Credit: GQ. This chick is whack. Actors already get TOO MANY AWARDS.