‘Awkward’s Nikki DeLoach, who is starring in a new Hallmark Hall Of Fame movie, tells HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY why she would jump at the chance to star in a revival of the MTV series.
Nikki DeLoach is expanding her family once again! Announcing her 2nd pregnancy with husband Ryan Goodell, the ‘Awkward’ star revealed one of her biggest pregnancy pet peeves — and it’s actually pretty hilarious! Get all the exciting details here!
Congrats are in order for ‘Awkward’s own Matty McKibben! Actor Beau Mirchoff directed the April 26 episode, and told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY all about his exciting debut.
Beau Mirchoff, 27, can add a new notch to his belt — and line on his resume — now that he’s grabbed the reigns and directed for the very first time. Although he’s used to being in front of the camera as Awkward’s Matty McKibben, the hunky actor was put in charge of his longtime co-stars to put their April 26 episode together. So exciting!
Listen up, Ryan Murphy! Ashley Rickards is almost finished with ‘Awkward,’ and she’s already got her eye on her next role — heading back to ‘American Horror Story.’
Ashley Rickards and Evan Peters made quite the couple on One Tree Hill — then he killed her during season one of American Horror Story: Murder House. So, we have to agree that it’s time for her to come back to the franchise! HollywoodLife.com spoke exclusively with the actress about her history on the serious — and how this season is her favorite yet.
Wait, could ‘Awkward’ be getting a spin-off? In an EXCLUSIVE interview with Monty Geer, the actor tells HollywoodLife.com his highest hopes for hilarious troublemakers Theo and Cole.
Monty Geer has a brilliant idea: give Awkward’s Theo and Cole their own series! HollywoodLife.com spoke EXCLUSIVELY with the actor, best known for his role as the lovable and super funny Cole, about how MTV can keep the series alive after it’s final season comes to an end in 2016.
If you’ve been hoping for a Jenna & Matty reunion on ‘Awkward,’ you might just be in luck! Both Beau Mirchoff and Ashley Rickards dished to HollywoodLife.com ALL about their on-screen romance.
Beau Mirchoff, 25, wants Awkward fans to know that there is still hope for his character, Matty McKibben, and his ex-girlfriend Jenna Hamilton, portrayed by the hilarious Ashley Rickards, 22. In an EXCLUSIVE interview with HollywoodLife.com, both stars spilled the beans on a potential rekindled romance — but what does that mean for Matty’s girlfriend, Eva (Elizabeth Whitson), and their unborn baby?
The drama is heating up on ‘Awkward’ and senior year at Palos Hills is anything but boring.
The April 22 episode of Awkward dropped many, many bombshells. As the Palos Hills teens continued their senior year, one character discovered a heartbreaking secret and a fan-favorite couple split!
Watch our exclusive preview of Jenna & Collin’s big fight from the Nov. 26 episode of ‘Awkward,’ then weigh in on the drama!
No matter how much Jenna (Ashley Rickards) seemed to love Collin (Nolan Funk), you knew it was only a matter of time before the side-braid aficionada kicked the Gossip Girl reject to the curb — and it looks like that long-awaited day might finally be here! In this clip from the Nov. 26 episode of Awkward, obtained exclusively by HollywoodLife.com, Jenna gives her “boyfriend” a piece of her mind in the hallway, and he basically chokes on it.
Apparently the ‘Awkward’ star was very excited about ‘NSYNC’s VMA reunion. She even predicted that she was going to go into labor whenever the iconic boy band took the stage. Now THAT would have been quite a twist in the show!
Nikki Deloach, who plays Lacey Hamilton on MTV’s show Awkward, was literally bursting with happiness and anticipation over ‘NSYNC’s reunion performance during the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards — so much in fact, that the star predicted that she would go into premature labor when they took the stage!
Spoiler alert: Stop reading if you haven’t watched this week’s ‘Awkward!’
Is Awkward even a comedy anymore? Because after witnessing Jenna’s (Ashley Rickards) actions on the June 11 mid-season finale, I’ll tell you one thing: I ain’t laughin’.
Disclaimer: The events in that headline aren’t exactly connected, but they both happened. And they both changed everything.
In an attempt to assert herself as the “cheer-ultimate” instead of just a “cheer-alternate,” Tamara (Jillian Rose Reed) infiltrated Sadie’s (Molly Tarlov) annual team sleepover on the May 7 episode of Awkward. But there was a surprise guest waiting for them at Chez Saxton: the ghost of their slutty, bisexual ex-boyfriend Ricky Schwartz! He came bearing secrets, and like Tom Cruise in that movie, the girls could not handle the truth.
Plus, who had sex — and possibly a sandwich?
“I’m sorry I took your daughter’s virginity.” Yes, that line was actually spoken aloud on the April 30 episode of Awkward, as the show truly lived up to its name like never before. Jenna (Ashley Rickards) and Matty (Beau Mirchoff) were forced to discuss their sex life over dinner with all four of their parents — but that wasn’t the strangest part of the episode.
Plus, the ‘Who killed Ricky Schwartz’ mystery thickens — because, hey, why not?
The April 23 episode of Awkward was, strangely enough, all about murder. As newly-dethroned vice principal Val (Desi Lydic) interrogated Sadie (Molly Tarlov) about Ricky Schwartz’ death-by-peanut, Jenna (Ashley Rickards) was busy inadvertently twisting a knife in her relationship with Matty (Beau Mirchoff) — and it was a total bloodbath.
Plus, Jenna’s mysterious blog commenter is revealed — and about a million other wacky surprises!
I was honestly starting to doubt this day would ever come. Jenna (Ashley Rickards) finally chose between Matty (Beau Mirchoff) and Jake (Brett Davern) on the Sept. 20 season finale of Awkward — but because this is Jenna we’re talking about, her decision only made things more complicated. For everyone. So who did Jenna choose? Drumroll please…
Nikki DeLoach tells HollywoodLife.com about the ‘big reveals and surprises’ in store, including the identity of Jenna’s mysterious blog commenter!
MTV’s Awkward is a tricky beast: One minute you’re laughing at its whip-smart humor, then suddenly — and without warning — you’re reduced to an emotional puddle of teen angst. Nikki DeLoach tells HollywoodLife.com we’ll experience both ends of that spectrum on tonight’s season finale, as Jenna (Ashley Rickards) finally chooses between Jake (Brett Davern) and Matty (Beau Mirchoff)!