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Shay Mitchell Recalls Getting Caught Clubbing, On ‘When I Was 17′

Episode, also featuring Jeremih and Ashley Fink, airs Saturday at 11 a.m. ET/PT on MTV. By Sterling Wong Shay Mitchell on “When I Was 17″ Photo: MTV News It’s almost a quintessential American high school rite of passage: Get a fake ID, and sneak into clubs with your girlfriends for the night of your lives. That was certainly the plan for Shay Mitchell, but it all went horribly wrong, as the “Pretty Little Liars” star shares on this week’s “When I Was 17.” “I would say I was a pretty good girl, but there happened to be this one night when a group of my friends decided to go out to this club. Of course, we weren’t of age, so we snuck out, and I think each of us told our parents that we were staying at the other person’s house,” Shay recalls. With their alibis settled, Shay and her girlfriends headed downtown and successfully entered a club with their fake IDs. “We were dancing and having the best time ever. All of a sudden, I’m dancing with some really cute guy, and I feel a tap on my shoulder,” Shay continues. “I turned around, and this person says, ‘Can I have this dance?’ ” And who was this mystery man asking her for a dance? Turns out, it was her father. “I was in complete shock. Never in a million years would I have thought he would’ve come and find us,” she says. Her friend, Jody, explains how Mr. Mitchell managed to sleuth out their location: “[He] found out because my mum had called their house because she thought we were there. No one answered, and I guess all the parents put the pieces of the puzzle together.” Shay describes the hilariously pathetic way she and her friends made their exit. “We walked out the club like sad little ducklings with our heads down,” she remembers. Of course, there were serious consequences for Shay after that night. She was grounded for two weeks, and also had her car keys taken away. But she learned her lesson for sure. “I definitely didn’t ever do that again,” she says. “When I Was 17″ — this week featuring Jeremih, Shay Mitchell and Ashley Fink — airs Saturday at 11 a.m. ET/PT on MTV. Related Videos Check Out A Preview Of ‘When I Was 17′

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‘American Idol’ In 60 Seconds: Stop The Clock For Pia

Is it America’s fault Pia Toscano got the boot, or is it the judges’? By Jim Cantiello Pia Toscano on “American Idol” Photo: FOX Jim Cantiello’s “American Idol” in 60 Seconds recaps have been an institution at MTV News since Sanjaya’s Reign of Terror. But sometimes, the lightning-quick pace moves by so fast, you occasionally miss a joke, comment or sight gag. So, as a courtesy to our loyal watchers, we’re publishing the full script of Jim’s latest recap. This week, the top nine (and Scotty’s groupies) tackled rock and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame artists! [ Clip of Steven Tyler singing James Brown. And high kicking. For no reason. ] Wait, is Steven competing now? Can we vote him off? Will.i.am mentored the top nine while speaking in funny voices and refusing to make eye contact with them. [ Will.i.am exclaims, "Sammy!" ] Pia listened to the judges and finally did a fast song, Casey listened to the judges and finally did a bass song, and Jacob listened to his conscience and stopped a Gaye song. (Marvin Gaye, that is.) [ Clip of Jacob: "If I'm in the bottom three, it will be because America won't be ready to look at themselves in the mirror." ] [ Jim has a mirror at his desk. ] But Jacob, I am looking in the mirror. And my reflection’s telling me that your performance was terrible. But wait, can we go back to Pia and discuss that outfit? [ Clip of Michael Kors from old-school "Project Runway" saying, "The crotch on those pants is insane!!" ] Thank you, Michael Kors. On the results show it was headache [ shot of Russell Brand ], nightmare [ shot of Gwen Stefani giving fashion advice ], nausea [ shot of Harry Levin and his TMZ crew ], and then a sleazy rocker came back to relive his glory days when really everyone just wanted him to button up his shirt. [ Shots of Iggy Pop performing, but Jim cuts off the editor. ] Oh, no, no, no. I liked Iggy Pop. I was talking about Constantine. [ Clip of Constantine Maroulis: "Am i gonna get judged here?" ] Oh, you’re getting judged. And results!! Goodbye, Stefan-OH WAIT! Pia’s going home?! Stop the clock! [ Clip of a teary J.Lo: "I have no idea what just happened here. ] I’ll tell you what just happened here. You and your pals told Pia that she was perfect every week, when in actuality, she had the personality of wallpaper. But if you had done your job and given her notes to improve her stage presence three weeks ago, chances are Pia would have worked on that. She does, after all, strike me as a perfectionist. Maybe then, America would have fallen in love with her as much as they were in love with her voice. Steven, do you have anything to say for yourself? [ Clip of Steven Tyler: "A mistake is a mistake, but a lack of passion is unforgiveable." ] This coming from the man who pretended to be asleep Wednesday night? Oh, hold my earrings. Randy Jackson, final thoughts? [ Clip of Randy: "I'm mad, and I don't get upset!" ] Oh, you never get angry, do you? Well, you also don’t pay attention. Because you, of all people, should know that the cray-crays who vote a zillion times for their favorite contestant are mostly girls. And who have the girls been voting for, especially in the last three seasons? Boys! If only there was a way for you to protect the female talent, and saved that stupid judges’ save for someone with, you know, a vagina! Just sayin’! Hashtag it! And another thing, Randy Jackson. If you’re going to sit there and tell everybody that they’re amazing and beautiful and perfect and awesome, you have no right to act shocked or angry when the bottom three is announced. Don’t think I didn’t notice when you got all huffy once Haley was safe, even though the night before you said the old brilliant Haley was “back-ack-ack-ack-ack.” It is you three who need to look in a mirror. Boom fiyah! OK, you can start the clock again. [ The clock continues. ] Does anybody know when “The Voice” premieres? [ Ding! ] Get your “Idol” fix on MTV News’ “American Idol” page , where you’ll find all the latest news, interviews and opinions. Related Videos ‘American Idol’ In 60 Seconds Related Photos ‘American Idol’ Season 10 Performances

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Is it America’s fault Pia Toscano got the boot, or is it the judges’? By Jim Cantiello Pia Toscano on “American Idol” Photo: FOX Jim Cantiello’s “American Idol” in 60 Seconds recaps have been an institution at MTV News since Sanjaya’s Reign of Terror. But sometimes, the lightning-quick pace moves by so fast, you occasionally miss a joke, comment or sight gag. So, as a courtesy to our loyal watchers, we’re publishing the full script of Jim’s latest recap. This week, the top nine (and Scotty’s groupies) tackled rock and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame artists! [ Clip of Steven Tyler singing James Brown. And high kicking. For no reason. ] Wait, is Steven competing now? Can we vote him off? Will.i.am mentored the top nine while speaking in funny voices and refusing to make eye contact with them. [ Will.i.am exclaims, "Sammy!" ] Pia listened to the judges and finally did a fast song, Casey listened to the judges and finally did a bass song, and Jacob listened to his conscience and stopped a Gaye song. (Marvin Gaye, that is.) [ Clip of Jacob: "If I'm in the bottom three, it will be because America won't be ready to look at themselves in the mirror." ] [ Jim has a mirror at his desk. ] But Jacob, I am looking in the mirror. And my reflection’s telling me that your performance was terrible. But wait, can we go back to Pia and discuss that outfit? [ Clip of Michael Kors from old-school "Project Runway" saying, "The crotch on those pants is insane!!" ] Thank you, Michael Kors. On the results show it was headache [ shot of Russell Brand ], nightmare [ shot of Gwen Stefani giving fashion advice ], nausea [ shot of Harry Levin and his TMZ crew ], and then a sleazy rocker came back to relive his glory days when really everyone just wanted him to button up his shirt. [ Shots of Iggy Pop performing, but Jim cuts off the editor. ] Oh, no, no, no. I liked Iggy Pop. I was talking about Constantine. [ Clip of Constantine Maroulis: "Am i gonna get judged here?" ] Oh, you’re getting judged. And results!! Goodbye, Stefan-OH WAIT! Pia’s going home?! Stop the clock! [ Clip of a teary J.Lo: "I have no idea what just happened here. ] I’ll tell you what just happened here. You and your pals told Pia that she was perfect every week, when in actuality, she had the personality of wallpaper. But if you had done your job and given her notes to improve her stage presence three weeks ago, chances are Pia would have worked on that. She does, after all, strike me as a perfectionist. Maybe then, America would have fallen in love with her as much as they were in love with her voice. Steven, do you have anything to say for yourself? [ Clip of Steven Tyler: "A mistake is a mistake, but a lack of passion is unforgiveable." ] This coming from the man who pretended to be asleep Wednesday night? Oh, hold my earrings. Randy Jackson, final thoughts? [ Clip of Randy: "I'm mad, and I don't get upset!" ] Oh, you never get angry, do you? Well, you also don’t pay attention. Because you, of all people, should know that the cray-crays who vote a zillion times for their favorite contestant are mostly girls. And who have the girls been voting for, especially in the last three seasons? Boys! If only there was a way for you to protect the female talent, and saved that stupid judges’ save for someone with, you know, a vagina! Just sayin’! Hashtag it! And another thing, Randy Jackson. If you’re going to sit there and tell everybody that they’re amazing and beautiful and perfect and awesome, you have no right to act shocked or angry when the bottom three is announced. Don’t think I didn’t notice when you got all huffy once Haley was safe, even though the night before you said the old brilliant Haley was “back-ack-ack-ack-ack.” It is you three who need to look in a mirror. Boom fiyah! OK, you can start the clock again. [ The clock continues. ] Does anybody know when “The Voice” premieres? [ Ding! ] Get your “Idol” fix on MTV News’ “American Idol” page , where you’ll find all the latest news, interviews and opinions. Related Videos ‘American Idol’ In 60 Seconds Related Photos ‘American Idol’ Season 10 Performances

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La La Anthony Regrets TLC Hairdo On ‘When I Was 17′

‘Looking back, I’m like, ‘It looked great on her … not so much on me,’ ‘ she laughs. By Alex Mohr La La Anthony on “When I Was 17″ Photo: MTV News La La Anthony makes a return to her MTV roots — this time, however, she’s the one answering questions, not asking them. On this week’s episode of “When I Was 17″ “When I was 17,” airing Saturday at 11 a.m. on MTV, La La recalls a hairstyle that now has her asking: “What was I thinking?” The former MTV VJ is often seen cheering on new hubby and New York Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony sporting her long, enviable locks courtside, but she remembers a time when her hair wasn’t always at the top of its game. The style she’s referring to was inspired by T-Boz of TLC fame. “It was like the mushroom cut with two strands of hair hanging here on the sides,” she dishes on the all-female episode, also featuring high school confessions from “Harry’s Law” actress Brittany Snow and “Pretty Little Liars” star Ashley Benson . While TLC were urging music fans not to chase waterfalls, it seems that girls all over were chasing their sense of style. La La was not alone in emulating T-Boz’s ‘do; she remembers walking into her hairdresser, and she knew instantly the style that she was asking for. “That was one of the most popular haircuts at the time,” Anthony laughed. “I thought I was the coolest thing walking.” The stylish star revealed high school photos of her and the hairstyle, and she admits that her opinion about the style has drastically changed. “Now, looking back, I’m like, ‘It looked great on her … not so much on me.’ ” “When I Was 17″ — this week featuring La La Anthony, Brittany Snow and Ashley Benson — airs on Saturday at 11 a.m. ET/PT on MTV. Related Videos Check Out A Preview Of ‘When I Was 17′

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‘Looking back, I’m like, ‘It looked great on her … not so much on me,’ ‘ she laughs. By Alex Mohr La La Anthony on “When I Was 17″ Photo: MTV News La La Anthony makes a return to her MTV roots — this time, however, she’s the one answering questions, not asking them. On this week’s episode of “When I Was 17″ “When I was 17,” airing Saturday at 11 a.m. on MTV, La La recalls a hairstyle that now has her asking: “What was I thinking?” The former MTV VJ is often seen cheering on new hubby and New York Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony sporting her long, enviable locks courtside, but she remembers a time when her hair wasn’t always at the top of its game. The style she’s referring to was inspired by T-Boz of TLC fame. “It was like the mushroom cut with two strands of hair hanging here on the sides,” she dishes on the all-female episode, also featuring high school confessions from “Harry’s Law” actress Brittany Snow and “Pretty Little Liars” star Ashley Benson . While TLC were urging music fans not to chase waterfalls, it seems that girls all over were chasing their sense of style. La La was not alone in emulating T-Boz’s ‘do; she remembers walking into her hairdresser, and she knew instantly the style that she was asking for. “That was one of the most popular haircuts at the time,” Anthony laughed. “I thought I was the coolest thing walking.” The stylish star revealed high school photos of her and the hairstyle, and she admits that her opinion about the style has drastically changed. “Now, looking back, I’m like, ‘It looked great on her … not so much on me.’ ” “When I Was 17″ — this week featuring La La Anthony, Brittany Snow and Ashley Benson — airs on Saturday at 11 a.m. ET/PT on MTV. Related Videos Check Out A Preview Of ‘When I Was 17′

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‘Looking back, I’m like, ‘It looked great on her … not so much on me,’ ‘ she laughs. By Alex Mohr La La Anthony on “When I Was 17″ Photo: MTV News La La Anthony makes a return to her MTV roots — this time, however, she’s the one answering questions, not asking them. On this week’s episode of “When I Was 17″ “When I was 17,” airing Saturday at 11 a.m. on MTV, La La recalls a hairstyle that now has her asking: “What was I thinking?” The former MTV VJ is often seen cheering on new hubby and New York Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony sporting her long, enviable locks courtside, but she remembers a time when her hair wasn’t always at the top of its game. The style she’s referring to was inspired by T-Boz of TLC fame. “It was like the mushroom cut with two strands of hair hanging here on the sides,” she dishes on the all-female episode, also featuring high school confessions from “Harry’s Law” actress Brittany Snow and “Pretty Little Liars” star Ashley Benson . While TLC were urging music fans not to chase waterfalls, it seems that girls all over were chasing their sense of style. La La was not alone in emulating T-Boz’s ‘do; she remembers walking into her hairdresser, and she knew instantly the style that she was asking for. “That was one of the most popular haircuts at the time,” Anthony laughed. “I thought I was the coolest thing walking.” The stylish star revealed high school photos of her and the hairstyle, and she admits that her opinion about the style has drastically changed. “Now, looking back, I’m like, ‘It looked great on her … not so much on me.’ ” “When I Was 17″ — this week featuring La La Anthony, Brittany Snow and Ashley Benson — airs on Saturday at 11 a.m. ET/PT on MTV. Related Videos Check Out A Preview Of ‘When I Was 17′

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‘Looking back, I’m like, ‘It looked great on her … not so much on me,’ ‘ she laughs. By Alex Mohr La La Anthony on “When I Was 17″ Photo: MTV News La La Anthony makes a return to her MTV roots — this time, however, she’s the one answering questions, not asking them. On this week’s episode of “When I Was 17″ “When I was 17,” airing Saturday at 11 a.m. on MTV, La La recalls a hairstyle that now has her asking: “What was I thinking?” The former MTV VJ is often seen cheering on new hubby and New York Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony sporting her long, enviable locks courtside, but she remembers a time when her hair wasn’t always at the top of its game. The style she’s referring to was inspired by T-Boz of TLC fame. “It was like the mushroom cut with two strands of hair hanging here on the sides,” she dishes on the all-female episode, also featuring high school confessions from “Harry’s Law” actress Brittany Snow and “Pretty Little Liars” star Ashley Benson . While TLC were urging music fans not to chase waterfalls, it seems that girls all over were chasing their sense of style. La La was not alone in emulating T-Boz’s ‘do; she remembers walking into her hairdresser, and she knew instantly the style that she was asking for. “That was one of the most popular haircuts at the time,” Anthony laughed. “I thought I was the coolest thing walking.” The stylish star revealed high school photos of her and the hairstyle, and she admits that her opinion about the style has drastically changed. “Now, looking back, I’m like, ‘It looked great on her … not so much on me.’ ” “When I Was 17″ — this week featuring La La Anthony, Brittany Snow and Ashley Benson — airs on Saturday at 11 a.m. ET/PT on MTV. Related Videos Check Out A Preview Of ‘When I Was 17′

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‘Pretty Little Liars’ Star Ashley Benson Recalls Her First Date

‘When I Was 17′ airs Saturday at 11 a.m. on MTV. By MTV News staff Ashley Benson on “When I Was 17″ Photo: MTV News On “Pretty Little Liars,” Ashley Benson’s character Hanna has already been through her fair share of love interests — and it’s only the first season. But in real life, when Benson was still in high school, she wasn’t so smooth when it came to dating. On this week’s episode of “When I Was 17,” airing Saturday at 11 a.m. on MTV, the TV star admits that on her first date, she made a major faux pas. “He took me to this sushi restaurant. I acted like, ‘Oh my gosh! I love sushi, yes, this is so awesome,’ ” she says in the all-female episode, which also features tales from La La Vazquez and Brittany Snow. “That was really my first sushi experience.” Benson certainly did have enough opportunities to practice her sushi game, but, as her pal recalls, she never did. “I do remember we had sushi Wednesdays in the cafeteria,” Darren recalled. “And I don’t think she ate it. … I am not surprised that she lied about that. We all tell little white lies here and there to impress guys and girls.” So Benson tried to play it cool, but didn’t play it cool enough. “I get there, and I’m like, ‘So what’s cool on the menu? So what rolls do you get?’ ” she explained. “And he’s like, ‘Well, what do you like?’ and I was like, ‘Well, I really like this one,’ California roll, ’cause it seemed the most normal.” I kind of acted like I had eaten sushi a lot before and never did,” she continued. “I was eating sushi and it had seaweed in it, and I got seaweed caught in my teeth. I’m trying to act like nothing is wrong. He was just staring at me. It was not cute. I totally embarrassed myself. … The date kind of went well after that, because he became my boyfriend and it was a very cool relationship.” “When I Was 17″ — this week featuring Brittany Snow, La La Vazquez and Ashley Benson — airs on Saturday at 11 a.m. ET/PT on MTV. Related Videos Check Out A Preview Of ‘When I Was 17′

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Troian Bellisario on Role of Katniss Everdeen: Yes, Please!

With The Hunger Games casting rumor mill spinning wildly – Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss ? – a young actress on a hit show wants to make it clear: she’ll take the lead role! “Katniss is such an incredible character,” Troian Bellisario told E! News this week.”She is in such a creatively beautiful world and such dire circumstances, but she’s also such a strong girl that’s becoming a woman and I would love to play that.” The Pretty Little Liars star hasn’t auditioned, but says: “I know that we’ve been talking to the people about at least getting me in the room. And the fans have been really supportive in my lust for that role and I just hope that they keep voicing their opinions.” What do you think of Bellisario as Katniss? Would she be a good choice?

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With The Hunger Games casting rumor mill spinning wildly – Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss ? – a young actress on a hit show wants to make it clear: she’ll take the lead role! “Katniss is such an incredible character,” Troian Bellisario told E! News this week.”She is in such a creatively beautiful world and such dire circumstances, but she’s also such a strong girl that’s becoming a woman and I would love to play that.” The Pretty Little Liars star hasn’t auditioned, but says: “I know that we’ve been talking to the people about at least getting me in the room. And the fans have been really supportive in my lust for that role and I just hope that they keep voicing their opinions.” What do you think of Bellisario as Katniss? Would she be a good choice?

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