COVID-19 has canceled a lot of Pride events, but Jonathan Bennett isn’t letting the pandemic rain on his parade. The ‘Mean Girls’ star tells HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY how he’s still celebrating, why Todrick Hall is a ‘game-changer,’ and more.
Jonathan Bennett, a.k.a. Aaron Samuels, has blessed us with ‘The Burn Cookbook,’ a parody of ‘Mean Girls’ in the form of a cookbook. He spoke with HL EXCLUSIVELY about the cookbook, the movie’s impact, and a potential sequel!
Shots fired! Jonathan Bennett was voted off ‘Dancing With The Stars’ on Oct. 20, and he’s not happy about it. Who does Jonathan think deserved to go home before him? Click to find out!
Jonathan Bennettlearned a thing or two from Mean Girls. The DWTS cast-off spoke exclusively to HollywoodLife.com, firing off on the dance competition series. What he said is so shocking that even Jonathan admitted, he knows he’ll never be invited back!
Could the Plastics finally be getting back together again? After fans celebrated ‘Mean Girls Day’ on Oct. 3, including star Jonathan Bennett, there’s more hype surrounding a reunion than ever. HollywoodLife.com can EXCLUSIVELY tell you if the cast will be reuniting anytime soon.
We’re all anxiously awaiting the day when Cady Heron, Regina George, Gretchen Weiners, Karen Smith and Aaron Samuels come together for a Mean Girls reunion. Could that happen sooner than we think? Jonathan Bennett tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY all about the possibility of another movie.
It’s almost time for another fantastic season of ‘Dancing With The Stars!’ Season 19’s Jonathan Bennett and Allison Holker revealed to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY just who they’ll have to look out for this season.
Rachel gives HollywoodLife.com the scoop on her movie, premiering tonight!
Do you love adorable holiday movies? So does former In Plain Sight star Rachel Boston, which is why she’s psyched about her new Christmas flick Holiday High School Reunion, premiering Nov. 22 at 8 p.m. on Lifetime. “There are lessons of forgiveness, grace, and trust as well as many comedy musical numbers throughout the film,” Rachel tells HollywoodLife.com. “I grew up on a mountain in Tennessee, singing in a Christmas choir, so it brought up wonderful memories.”