Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Hollywood Days - TeenBeat in San Diego

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If you are new to my blog, on Wednesdays I post about my experience in Hollywood as a former child/teen actress. If you want to start at the beginning of these posts go here.
One weekend Teen Beat Magazine (R.I.P) took some of us young actor people on a little overnighter to San Diego. You know, back in the day where Teen magazines sponsored harmless events like this instead of wild parties? It was the olden days, where parents chaperoned their kids instead of partying with them . . . as we toured old town San Diego and had a pool party. I guess there were 24 of us, because that is what this picture says.

According to this write up, things got a little out-of-hand on the bus ride. But I'm pretty sure this did not happen. I do not recall any tickle fighting with Brian Austin Green. But I can't remember what I did yesterday, so who knows?  But I do know this: Christie Clark was too much for Brian Green. This my friends, is some awesome writing.

I think Mario Lopez had a good weekend. And yea, that's me up front. I got the bicep.

 We went to a night club opening. I mean, Sea World.

We did have a little dance party at the hotel where awesome outfits were worn. Clearly put together by stylists.

How awesome is Crystal McKellar's zebra outfit? Guess? or Wet Seal? I'm just not sure. I boogied with Jason Marsden and am confident that my shirt was purchased at Wet Seal.
Come back next week for part 2 of my Q and A with Jason Marsden about Blue Like Jazz or my Q and A with Andre Gower . . . just depends on which one of them emails me their photos first :)
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Joyce said...

Awesome! What issue is this? I can't recall purchasing too many TeenBeats but I think my sister might have kept a few issues. :p

Linda Z said...

Ahhh the olden days... we need to bring those back. Looks fun. :)

I once tried on a prom dress in the same large, no curtains/privacy dressing room with Danica McKeller. That was awkward. :P

Knit and Purl Mama said...

This is awesome. I am hoping these hairdos never make a comeback. Nor most of these outfits.