‘Faking It’ is MTV’s newest hit and for a good reason — it’s hilarious! The high school comedy centers around two best friends who pretend to be lesbian lovers just so that they can be popular. In this EXCLUSIVE clip, Karma tells her bestie Amy that she’s going to have sex with Liam. Click to WATCH!
Karma (Katie Stevens) and Amy (Rita Volk) are in a fake lesbian relationship on Faking It, but what happens when one of them wants to hook up with the most popular guy in school? Jealously! Karma has a chance to jump in the sack with Liam (Gregg Sulkin), and Amy is not resting easy. Click to WATCH the sneak peak video!
‘Faking It': Karma Wants To Have Sex With Liam — WATCH
Faking It follows two high school girls who end up faking a lesbian relationship just to fit into the “in”crowd. Karma and Amy are invited to a big party, under the belief that they are lovers, and in the name of popularity, they go. Then, the duo ends up getting nominated to be Homecoming Queens!
In this hilarious clip, EXCLUSIVELY debuted by HollywoodLife.com, Karma and Amy hit a rough patch in their relationship: Karma admits that she wants to hook up with Liam, and she thinks he wants to get freaky, too.
“Guess who’s having a sexy, secret affair with Liam Booker?” Karma says, marching into Amy’s bedroom. “Here’s a clue: it’s me!”
She adds, “He’s so into this lesbian thing. I think if I play my cards right, we could have sex.”
‘Faking It': Does Karma ‘Cheat’ On Amy?
Amy is clearly upset by Karma’s desire to jump in bed with the hottest guy in school, and she questions her fake lover aka best friend, saying, “I thought the only reason we were doing this was to be popular.”
Karma says that she’s right, but popular people have sex with each other, and that their fake romance is the best idea ever. Getting in there with boys by faking it with a girl? Genius!
“Let’s hope no one finds out that you’re cheating on me,” says Amy. “They’ll think you’re a terrible person.”
HollywoodLifers, watch the clip above, and let us know what you think about MTV’s brand new comedy!
— Elizabeth Wagmeister