The Nashville finale airs tomorrow! Who better to get spoilers from than the adorable daughters on the show, Lennon and Maisy Stella? We chatted with the real-life sisters and huge YouTube stars—if you haven't checked out their YouTube channel, you've been missing out on two of the most amazing voices in music today. Really! Photos: See which TV shows you need to watch this summer! Lennon, 12, and Maisy, 9, told us all about Nashville as well as about their next big steps. Come back to OKMagazine.com on Thursday to hear about what they're working on now, and prep for SPOILERS AHEAD SPOILERS AHEAD if you're behind on Nashville. OK! News: Talk TV with the OKMagazine.com editors in a Google+ hangout! OK! What is going to happen in the Nashville finale? The last episode was crazy! Lennon: Honestly, we don’t read the [whole] script so we know the part that’s going to happen for us, but that was a shocker for us as much as it was for everyone else! But with like the whole Deacon being my dad thing, I think they’ll have a lot to go on from from there. I’m excited to see what everyone’s reaction to that is! Maisy: When Juliette’s mom pulled out the gun I was like, “Huhhhh!” I wasn’t expecting it. OK!: Are you allowed to watch whole episodes, even when they're violent? Lennon: For the most part. Sometimes it will be inappropriate and Maisy will just leave the room. Maisy: My dad will be like, "Hey Maisy, don't you want to go get the popcorn?" OK!: Will Maddie's parents be honest with her in the finale? Lennon: Yes. I think it would be really wrong of them, if I was asking them about it and they told me "no" to my face. I don't [totally] know what's going to go on, but honesty will go down! OK!: Do you think Deacon would be a good dad? Maisy: If his language calmed down! Lennon: I think he would have been a good dad. You never know what would have happened if Teddy didn't come into the picture. OK!: Your scene singing a cover of the Lumineers song "Ho Hey" was nominated for an OK! TV Award. Was it a special moment to film? Lennon: Firstly, it’s such a great song. It’s so positive, and our characters were going through a tough time with the divorce and everything. I think it was a really sweet song to choose. And it was very real, I think, how Maddie came onstage, like it was all a big surprise. Maybe that’s part of the reason it took off. Maisy: That scene was so much fun to film! We were all playing around, and it was awesome. OK!: Lennon got all the dramatic scenes in season one. Maisy, what do you hope happens to your character Daphne in season two? Maisy: I don't know. She's—I mean I'm—young, and it's kind of hard to put in a really intense storyline for a 9-year-old in a nighttime drama on ABC, you know? It's going to get a little bit hard for Daphne, because my parents are getting a divorce and it's my family breaking up. It's going to get emotional. Are you excited for the Nashville finale? What do you think is going to happen with Deacon being Maddie's father? Do you ever watch the girls' videos on YouTube? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @OKMagazine. Photo credit: ABC
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Young adult drivers who usually get less than six hours of sleep per night are more likely to crash than those who sleep in, according to a new study from Australia.
Filed under: Car Buying, Minivan/Van, Sedan, Kia, Luxury What, you didn't think that Kia was going to let Hyundai have all the big-dollar fun, did you? Hyundai may have blazed a trail upmarket with its Genesis Sedan and more recently, the Equus, but its corporate sibling, Kia, has arguably been autodom's hottest brand the last few years, with increases in style, tech, consumer consideration and sales that are the envy of the industry. So it's no surprise that it isn't stopping its North American product onslaught with its just-introduced 2014 Cadenza sedan, it's reportedly readying its premium-minded rear-drive Quoris cruiser for a launch here next year. That's according to a new report from Automotive.com, which spoke with Kia officials at the media launch of the Cadenza. The oddly named Quoris ("derived from the English words 'core' and 'quality,'" says Kia), will likely nuzzle up against its Equus stablemate when it debuts, carrying an estimated $50,000 to $70,000 price tag. To our eyes, the Kia looks markedly more contemporary than the Equus inside-and-out (no surprise, it's a much newer design). And there's even more reason for optimism on Kia's behalf: the Hyundai Equus has been doing just fine on the sales front - even before its recently introduced facelift. So it's not unreasonable to interpret the luxury sedan market as open to the idea of owning a full-size luxury sedan from a non-traditional country. In other news, Kia recently exhumed its elderly Sedona minivan, dusting it off, putting a little more frosting on its flanks and trotting it out to customers anew for 2014. The people mover's odd, Lazarus-like reanimation moment apparently isn't lost on Kia executives, who still very much want a modern minivan. According to the same report, an all-new Sedona, likely informed by 2011's funky KV7 Concept, is still a ways off - but we could hear more about it as early as later this year.Kia to make push upmarket with Quoris next year, new Sedona also likely originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 21 May 2013 19:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink | Email this | Comments
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A new study has confirmed that removing the tonsils and adenoids of children with obstructive sleep apnea can reduce sleepiness and improve the quality of life, but putting off the surgery might not hurt either.
EXCLUSIVE: The Weinstein Company has won the bidding for the Keanu Reeves-Reese Witherspoon sci-fi romance movie Passengers. I’m hearing the distributor has committed to a multi-million dollar minimum guarantee and a P&A commitment in the $25 million range for a wide release in 2014. I understand FilmDistrict and Open Road were in the mix here in Cannes for the project, which was written by Prometheus scribe Jon Spaihts and will be directed by Game Of Thrones and Boardwalk Empire helmer Brian Kirk in his major feature film debut. Wayfare Entertainment is financing and producing the pic. The plot: A spacecraft transporting thousands of people to a distant colony planet has a malfunction in one of its sleep chambers. As a result, a single passenger (Reeves) is awakened 90 years before anyone else. Faced with the prospect of growing old and dying alone, he eventually decides to wake up a second passenger (Witherspoon), marking the beginning of what becomes a unique love story. The script was developed by Stephen Hamel and Reeves at their production shingle Company Films. Hamel is producing with Wayfare CEO ... Read More »
This morning we woke up only to find out that Teen Mom 2's Jenelle Evans got arrested again. Just another Tuesday, eh? But this time, Jenelle turned herself in. Yup. OK! Investigates: How Much is Jenelle Evans Worth? As we reported yesterday, Jenelle was due in court around 9:30am on Monday for a hearing on the cyber-stalking charges from Gary Head. But, for whatever the reason, Jenelle showed up late to her hearing. So instead of waiting around for the cops to arrest her for failing to show up, she turned herself into Brunswick County Jail in North Carolina and posted (and smiled!) for this mug shot. What's this, like, her seventh one now? But don't worry, guys. Jenelle is out of the slammer already. She got released pretty quickly on $1,000 bail (surely that bail didn't come from Kieffer, unless his pipe business is really taking off...), and then Jenelle got right back on Twitter, letting her fans know that she's ok: And also letting the know that she really like Ed Sheeran: OK! Exclusive: MTV Star Gives Relationship Advice to Jenelle Evans Do you think Jenelle is just doing this to herself? Do you hope she gets help so she can finally realize her issues? Tweet us @OKMagazine or tell us on our Teen Mom Facebook page! Photo credit: Splash News
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