As the star of Disney’s hit sitcom “Shake It Up”, Bella Thorne has quickly risen to the ranks of one of Hollywood’s most popular young actresses. She has graced the cover of magazines, appeared in more than 20 films and television series and more than 60 commercials, but it is her role as the aspiring young dancer CeCe Jones in the Disney series opposite Dancing With The Stars contestant Zendaya that has made her a household name. Now with a book deal recently signed, record deal with Hollywood Records, and just announced pairing alongside Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore in the comedy “Blender”, Bella aims to take her career to another pinnacle as she continues to show that even at such a young age, she is one of Hollywood’s brightest young lights.
Here “The King Of Kamelot” chats #InTheLab on the red carpet of the “Move Your Body” event at Avenues school in NYC to the Disney star about starring in one of the hottest teenage shows on television, becoming an author while being Dyslexic, what her fans can expect from her musical debut with Hollywood Records, the incredible fan support that she has, and so much more!
Here is the info on Move Your Body which is a wonderful event and cause and a fun video of the event Bella Thorne hosted:
WAT-AAH! Foundation, an organization founded by WAT-AAH!, a brand of functional bottled water for kids and teens, aimed at improving kids’ health through working with youth focused creative and physical activity groups, announces the 3rd annual Move Your Body 2013 event, taking place in New York City and Los Angeles, Wednesday, May 1st at 1:42pm EDT/10:42am PDT. Exciting 250,000 kids in over 600 schools, the annual nationwide youth exercise event supports First Lady Michelle Obama ‘s Let’s Move! initiative with a motivational Public Service Announcement (PSA) featuring some of today’s biggest celebrities such as Austin Mahone , Bella Thorne , Blake Michael , Carly Rae Jepsen , Coco Jones, Eve, Jacob Latimore , Jada Grace , Jessica Sanchez , Luke James , Madison Beer , Mindless Behavior, Perez Hilton and The Wanted.
Through their commitment to the Let’s Move! program, the WAT-AAH! Foundation continues their pledge to fight childhood obesity. The foundation raises awareness not only through this PSA video but also through billboards and media across major markets such as New York, Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, and Los Angeles. The PSA, directed by Charles Nordeen of Light of Day Productions, features the celebrities dancing and moving to Beyonce’s flash workout theme song “Move Your Body.” The celebrities share encouraging messages, such as “You’ve got it!” and “Keep it going,” to inspire the young viewers to keep dancing.
Here is a super fun interview done with the incredible young singer Jacob Latimore as well!