The CEO of Premiere, Michael David Palance, hosted the “Dating Game” comedy sketch with Disney Channel stars Peyton List from Disney’s “Jessie”, J.J. Totah from Disney’s “Jessie” and Jason Earles from Disney’s “Hannah Montana” and “Kickin’ It”. In the sketch, J.J. and Jason pretended to be Premiere talent trying to win a date with Peyton List. Peyton, J.J. and Jason had no idea what the dating questions from Peyton were going to be until they got onstage. The results were pure magic as the sketch ended in Peyton picking J.J. as her date and getting more than she bargained for, a big kiss on the lips!
The CEO of Premiere, Michael David Palance, challenged country singer and past Premiere talent Shaniah Paige, Mikey Reid from Nickelodeon’s “Victorious”, Joey Bragg from Disney’s “Liv and Maddie” and Skai Jackson from Disney’s “Jessie” to a Lip Sync Battle at Premiere July 2014. After a “fierce” competition, Skai Jackson reigned supreme. During her “coronation” as Queen of Lip Sync, Skai teaches Michael David how to perform Zuri’s catchphrase.
Peyton List from Disney’s “Bunk’d” hosts the Premiere Lip Sync Battle. Madison Hu was crowned the winner and contenders included Spencer List, Hayden Byerly from “The Fosters” and Michael David Palance. It was a hard fought battle and at the end of the day, Madison said she did it for Peter Hernandez. Check out our YouTube channel for more videos about this and other Lip Sync Battles.
In this episode watch Disney Channel stars Skai Jackson from “Bunk’d”, J.J. Total from “Jessie” and Lauren Taylor from “Best Friends Whenever” try to one up each other as they vie for the affection of Peyton Meyer from Disney’s hit series “Girl Meets World”. This video includes bonus footage of the audition process for The Premiere Dating Game with Peyton Meyer.
The CEO of Premiere, Michael David Palance, hosted the Lip Sync Battle with Disney Channel Stars like Rowan Blanchard from Disney’s “Girl Meets World”, Calum Worthy from Disney’s “Austin & Ally”, Piper Curda from Disney’s cast of “I Didn’t Do It” and Trinitee Stokes with Disney’s “KC Undercover”. All of the stars put on quite a performance, at the end the crowd chose the winner. Check out Calum’s performance below.
Peyton List Comes To Singapore
- Do you live in the Republic of Singapore?
- Are you a fan of Peyton List, the gifted film and TV actress?
If so, you’re in luck: Peyton’s on her way to Singapore, and she’s going to take part as a celebrity judge on the panel observing performers auditioning for Premiere.
Here’s a little background on Peyton. Born in Florida in 1998, she grew up in New York City among a gifted family. In fact, her twin brother Spencer and younger brother Phoenix also act professionally. You may have seen her in movies like “27 Dresses,” “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice,” and “Diary of a Wimpy Kid.” Peyton is most known for her work playing the shallow teenager Emma Ross on the Disney Channel series “Jessie.” You can also see Peyton in her new series on the Disney Channel, “Bunk’d”.
These performances attest to Peyton’s acting skills. She’s convincing whether she’s playing a kind character, a bully, or a self-absorbed person. She’s equally accomplished as a model, having appeared on magazine covers and in hundreds of ads. Further, Peyton is a singer, and she’s working on her first album; she’s even writing some of its songs. Considering her many talents, who would be better suited to judging aspiring actors, singers, and models?
Peyton will be the only celebrity judge on a panel with Premiere to help evaluate performers in Singapore. Premiere, which is based in Orlando, Fla., is holding an exciting audition in Singapore on August 29, 2015. Premiere is looking for performers between the ages of 5 and 18 who will then begin the opportunity to showcase their skills in front of industry professionals at Walt Disney World.
Peyton isn’t a newcomer to Premiere. In December 2014, she attended one of our programs at Walt Disney World, during which she went on stage with her younger “Jessie” costar J.J. Totah and Disney Channel actor Jason Earles. The three improvised a “Dating Game” sketch, which was hosted by Premiere CEO Michael David Palance. You can view this hilarious skit on Premiere’s YouTube channel. We won’t give away its ending here; let’s just say that it concluded with an unexpected kiss between two of the entertainers.
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Summers during the preteen and teen years can be magical ― full of trips to the beach and lazy afternoons by the pool. But if you’re a celebrity like Disney Channel’s Rowan Blanchard, you can make this season extra exciting by going to glamorous events with other stars. Plus, in between your partying and tanning, you can try to change the world.
To see what we mean, check out these five highlights from Rowan’s whirlwind summer.
1. Speaking at a UN Women’s Conference
On June 27, Rowan addressed the Conference and Annual Meeting of the U.S. National Committee for UN Women, which took place at the Hyatt Regency in Long Beach, Calif. UN Women is a branch of the United Nations that strives to empower girls and women across the globe.
Rowan’s speech focused on several issues, including the way some girls try to become more popular by avoiding science and math as much as they can. She also explained that the American media often treat women’s bodies like objects, and they sometimes suggest that a woman’s appearance is her most important attribute. These remarks were compelling and heartfelt, and Rowan was thrilled to take part in this conference.
2. Attending the BCBGeneration Gen Girl Summer Solstice Celebration
On June 23, Rowan dined at Gracias Madre in West Hollywood, a classy restaurant that serves organic foods from local farms. The trendy clothing company BCBGeneration hosted this party in order to show off its latest offerings. Many young luminaries showed up; Rowan’s “Girl Meets World” costar Sabrina Carpenter was among them.
3. Filming “Girl Meets World” Episodes
Many teenagers work during the summertime, and Rowan is no exception. Of course, she’s not a camp counselor or a lifeguard. Instead, she heads to Los Angeles Center Studios, a television production facility, to tape the Disney Channel sitcom “Girl Meets World.”
In this series, which is a sequel to the 1990s TV comedy “Boy Meets World,” Rowan plays Riley Matthews. Riley’s a cheerful Manhattan resident who spends a lot of quality time with her parents: Her dad is a history teacher at her middle school, and her mom runs the bakery that she and her friends often visit.
4. Touring Universal Studios Orlando
Rowan had an especially emotional experience when she explored the Universal Studios Orlando Resort in July. This sprawling complex in Florida contains two theme parks, and they both recreate settings from the “Harry Potter” books and movies. Well, when Rowan stumbled upon Diagon Alley, the fictional street in London where wizards hang out and go shopping, she started to cry. She’s been a huge Potter fan for years.
5. Hitting the Premiere Program Award Show
On July 17, Rowan attended the Premiere Program Award Show at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resorts in Orlando, Fla. Calum Worthy and Piper Curda were there as well, and all three Disney Channel actors honored Premiere’s performers. During the proceedings, Rowan took part in a couple of onstage games, including an intense and hilarious lip sync battle. Afterwards, she tweeted that meeting Premiere’s participants warmed her heart.
Premiere, which was founded in 2009, is a unique organization that brings young musicians, dancers, actors, and models to the attention of entertainment professionals, particularly people who produce TV shows for children and teenagers.
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Best known for her role as Riley Matthews on the Disney Channel series Girl Meets World, Rowan Blanchard wowed Premiere with her lip sync in July 2015
Check out her performance here:
“The World’s Greatest Entertainer,” Mr. Doug E. Fresh, attended Premiere to give his son the opportunity to pursue his dreams. He was so inspired by the families and young performers he met throughout the week, he asked us to say a few words during the awards show. “The Human Beat Box” laid it out to the young people in an impromptu rap session.
Check out his amazing performance here: