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According to TV Overmind, Dove Cameron will be one of the guest judges of Season 16 of Project Runway:

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We can’t forget to mention that the show will be hosted by returning celebrities Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum. They will be joined by judges Zac Posen and Nina Garcia. Now to get to the designers we’ll be seeing soon. The Judges are also important cast members who appear as guest on various episodes. They will include Anne Fulenwider, Georgina Chapman, Rachel Brosnahan, Maddie Ziegler, Sophia Stallone, Carly Chaikin, Olivia Munn, Demi Lovato, Yolanda Hadid, Katie Holmes, Maggie, Q., Dove Cameron, Kate Upton, China Anne McClain, Kelsea Ballerini and Asia Kate Dillon.

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Posted by Mylene on Aug 12, 2017

A few days ago Dove Cameron was interviewed by Samantha Sutton for Coveteur and she talks about her beauty routine.

Read her full interview bellow and don’t forget to access our photo gallery and check out her new photoshoot.

One of the things we truly love about Disney star Dove Cameron? She’s brutally honest, especially when it comes to her beauty routine. Does she sometimes forget to wash off her makeup? Totally. Has she been using the same hairdresser since she was 14? Yes. And did she go through a phase where she used—wait for it—Sharpie around her eyes? You betcha.

The blonde-haired, wide-eyed, pouty-lipped beauty really held nothing back during our chat, and even hinted at a possible hair transformation. Discover all of her tips and tricks and a kinda out-there, go-to lip color, below.

Her favorite lip color:

“I couldn’t tell you what brand or actual shade, but—this is going to sound gross—but you know like when there’s a fresh cut and blood is still blue almost? That sort of, like, really deep, beautiful bluish red? It’s so beautiful. I can’t stand, like, a cherry red. It needs to be like blue blood red.”

How she saves face after straying from her skincare routine:

“I go through two weeks where I’m like, ‘Oh my god, I can totally sleep in my makeup and not drink any water and not sleep more than two hours a night and just drink all the coffee and travel and nothing happens!’ Then it hits me and I have to go on a detox. I never learn. But after that, I have a system. I always get a facial, and a week later maybe another facial to get everything out of my face. I like Kate Sommerville, but any sort of basic facial will do. I also just try to keep no makeup on and just use cleanser in the morning, cleanser at night and moisturize like crazy.”

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Posted by Mylene on Jul 23, 2017

Check out the new Dove Cameron’s interview for Modeliste Magazine:

Dove Cameron, is best known for playing a dual role as identical twin sisters in the Disney Channel teen sitcom Liv and Maddie and starring in Descendants with the highly anticipated sequel Descendants 2 coming out in July 2017. With a singing career on the rise, and vocals so compelling, transformative and thrilling, Dove has garnered a wave of recent attention and has been lavishly praised for not only her acting and singing careers but for being authentic, empowering, a role model for girls and unapologetically true to herself. She is 21 years old and about to embark upon perhaps the most exciting stretch of her career—- a document of self-discovery immersed in creativity, honesty and the pursuit of her dreams.

Modeliste: Describe your favorite fan experience.

Dove: Well, okay. I have a lot. I don’t know if I could ever choose one favorite fan experience, and that’s not just me saying that. I have a really cool kind of singular relationship with my fans because it took me forever to even acknowledge the fact that I had fans. That’s so confusing to me. As a human being, you see yourself through all of your stages. I remember what I looked like with braces. I remember who I was in my onsies when I was like four. To think of that human having people who see something different or aspire or whatever, relate to on a massive scale is just strange. It’s definitely not something that I think every human is born feeling. It’s not a natural thing that happens to everybody.

It took me a really long time to sort of get my brain around that and then once I did, it was like I don’t want to have a separation between me and my fans. I want it to be like a friendship. If you see something in me that you relate to and connect with, I probably do too. If I were to get to know you, but there’s so many of you that I can’t really get to know every single one of you.

I have this really friendly give and take with them and the other day I was in New York and I just hit up like four of them, randomly. I was like, “Hey. I know that you guys live in New York. What are you doing tomorrow?” They were like, “Oh, nothing.” We went and we got fries and then we got our nails done. It was just totally spur of the moment. We spent like the whole day together and they picked out my nail polish color. We ordered a lot of fries. It was amazing. Then later, one of those fans actually had me draw a heart and she got it tattooed on her wrist. I thought that that was kind of amazing. Not that I’m condoning that, but it was just so sweet. It was one of the most permanent things that I’ve ever seen and I love that.

Modeliste: What has been your funniest or most memorable red carpet ever?

Dove: See, I’m terrible at a red carpet. I just will never learn. I see all these photos of these girls in red carpets and like, okay I can do that. Then I get on there and I see myself in photo shoots and that person knows how to pose. On a red carpet, I do not know how to pose. I don’t know what happens to me, I think I just get anxious. There’s too much going on. I see the same faces and so sometimes I’ll have conversations with the paparazzi on the red carpet. You get a lot of me being real, like with spit coming out of my mouth, being like “hey!” I haven’t fallen yet. Now that I’ve said that I’m going to fall. Every one is memorable because I just lose my mind on red carpets. I have to embrace the fact that I’m a ridiculous human and they’re all memorable when you’re me.

Modeliste: Who is someone you would love to costar with in the future?

Dove: Wow. My two male actors that I’m obsessed with are Stanley Tucci and David Tennant. I love them so much. I feel like I know them. I’m like a fangirl. I’m obsessed with them. I also love Lee Pace. I fell in love with him during his Pushing Daisies days. That kind of comes fast. Then for women, I love Jessica Lang. Who else do I love? Obviously Meryl Streep. Kristin Chenoweth was my main hero that I really wanted to meet and spend time with. We’ve obviously built a really incredible working relationship. I want to work with her for the rest of my life. It’s a lot.

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Posted by Mylene on May 3, 2017

Check out this wonderful interview of Dove’s for Galore Magazine:

Talking to Dove Cameron, the 21-year-old Disney Channel star of “Liv and Maddie” and “Descendants,” it’s hard to imagine her playing a villain.

Before I’d even had a chance to say hello and babble about the weather, Dove was singing my name like we were in a production of West Side Story.

Talking to Dove is like making an instant friend at a party — someone you spill your entire life story to even though you’ll never see them again, and it doesn’t get weird.

And it turns out this happens to Dove a lot.

“I don’t think there’s anyone that I’ve met that I haven’t created a bit of a deep relationship with,” Dove told Galore. “It’s a really lovely thing to create a relationship with people that might not anticipate that closeness.”

Dove Cameron is a rare breed: a positive person who knows being complicated isn’t a crime.

Happy belated birthday! What was it like to turn 21?

Completely different. I woke up and I felt like a completely new person.

Really?

No, 20 was bigger for me. But I spent 21 with my best friends and we all went to Vegas. And that was phenomenal! We did it right. My best friend and I got tattoos.

What’d you guys get?

So, I got a little X on my pinkie. Kiersey [Clemons] got a little O. I think for her the O represented like wholeness and a unity. And for me the X represents a lot. No what direction you put an X in, it’s still an X, which I think is really beautiful to me at a time in my life when so many people want so many different things from me. I feel like I can look down and always be reminded that no matter where I go, I’m still the same at my core.

And an X also represents like a crossroads for me. And you know the number 10. There is a lot of significance actually, the more I think about it.

Also, it represents that my best friend and I wanted matching tattoos haha.

In general, would you say you’re happy getting older?

Yes. I would say so. I keep getting asked if I turned 16 so I don’t know what that means. I feel like I’m looking younger as I’m getting older. I love it. I mean I always felt like my age never matched with my insides. Now, I feel more comfortable in myself. I love growing older.

And what age do you feel inside?

I think when I turned 20, I felt pretty 20. And I think now, maybe 23. 23 might be the next one that I feel. I’ll hit that and I’ll feel rooted to the ground again. 21 is an interesting one for me, I don’t know if I feel 21.

Well, I feel like 21 always takes a bit to set in.

Yeah, and I’m not much of a drinker so there wasn’t much lead up to drinking or anything. I do feel like now, I can have champagne though, on a special occasion.

Was that the first drink you had when you turned 21?​

No, the first drink I had was a shot of vodka with all my friends at midnight.

That’s hardcore.

I was going for it. And then after that I just had some martinis, I like those.

Does having a baby face and getting mistaken for 16 ever get annoying?

It only gets annoying when it inhibits me from playing like 18. When they’re like ‘you look 15,’ I’m like ‘ughhhh what do I have to do?’ But I don’t mind it, I mean it’s what I look like, right?

What’s it like to play the daughter of such an iconic Disney character like Maleficent?

Phenomenal. I associated more with the villains when I was younger. I mean I think the villains, all across the board, are always more interesting people. I always loved Maleficent because she’s the most evil of them all, and if you’re going to like a villain, you might as well go all in. “The Descendants” franchise continues to be one of my absolute favorite things I’ve ever done with my time.

What are some things you think girls can take away from evil characters?

So much of what I’m about is positivity and really keeping your thoughts and intentions pure. I think so much of what’s happening in society today is causing people to develop major anxiety. The world is getting more and more insane. But, I do think that we can learn from the evil characters that intensity is ok. I think we need to preach to girls that being complicated is allowed. I think a lot of people glorify being simple and sweet and easy. And I think a lot of girls are terrified to be high maintenance. I think evil girls focus on themselves a little bit more. And show it’s ok to be powerful. I think that’s something we can all take away.

Are you at all worried about escaping the Disney girl label as you move forward in your career?

No, I anticipated that I would be when I was 14, and I was scared about labels and the sort of things that come along with the Disney Channel but I found it’s genuinely brought nothing but light and genuine love under my feet and into my life. They’ve been so supportive. Truly, it was the most educational experience I could have ever asked for. I think that Disney Channel presents an amazing platform, obviously, but also a huge safety net, and warmth. You don’t realize everything they give to you. It’s an unparalleled way to be introduced to television and music. They’ve done nothing but teach me and take care of me.

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Posted by Mylene on Mar 2, 2017

Dove Cameron is one of the most versatile Disney actresses, playing the mischievous purple-haired daughter of Maleficent in Descendants and not one but two roles as the Rooney twins on Liv and Maddie. In a recent interview with Playbill, Dove got honest about the challenges of doing double duty.

“Right when Liv and Maddie had started, there was no roadmap for how to do a show where one girl played two,” she explained about her dual part as girly superstar Liv and tomboy basketball MVP Maddie. “It’s just not something that is often done, so we had nothing to refer to.”

Because the network was delving into unchartered territory, Dove worked very long days and it was difficult to adapt. “Before we really figured out a rhythm and a way to get through it — and have me be alive at the end of the day — it was a long period of time where I was really struggling with the energy, and the workload, and shooting everything twice, then recording on the weekends, and still sleeping, and having a social life,” Dove revealed.

Continue Reading at Seventeen.com

Posted by Mylene on Nov 15, 2016

It was just announced that Dove Cameron and Garrett Clayton are joining the cast of NBC’s upcoming production of Hairspray Live!

The 20-year-old Liv and Maddie actress and the 25-year-old Teen Beach Movie actor will star as Amber Von Tussle and Link Larkin!

They’re joining an incredible cast that already includes Kristin Chenoweth, Martin Short, Jennifer Hudson, Derek Hough and more!

In the production, Dove will be playing the daughter of Kristin‘s character Velma Von Tussle, reuniting them as mother-daughter following their work in the Disney Channel movie Descendants!

Hairspray Live will be filmed in Los Angeles and will air live on Wednesday, December 7 at 8pm!

Source: Just Jared Jr.

Posted by Mylene on Aug 1, 2016

1. I made myself memorize how to spell antidisestablishmentarianism in under 3 seconds when I was 6 years old because my sister told me it was the longest word she knew.

2. I have something called vasovagal syncope reactions! Stress, injury, blood rushes and even someone mentioning blood will make me lose color, or even faint for real. Super fun times to go to the doctor with me.

3. Eighty percent of what I listen to in my car is hard rap or punk. The other 20 percent is musical theatre.

4. I wore a $30 vintage wedding dress for my 8th birthday in an underground jazz club in Seattle. This was what I wanted.

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Posted by Mylene on Jun 20, 2016

BYOU Magazine: Can you tell us about your music and upcoming projects for The Girl and The Dreamcatcher?

Dove: Yeah! Mine and Ryan’s band, The Girl and The Dreamcatcher, is a huge passion of mine. I am so excited. I am really, really grateful to Disney Channel for showing our stuff, helping me promote and cultivate this music career. It’s amazing! I could not feel happier. It is very rare that an artist in my position, or in almost anyone’s position really, has full power and autonomy over what they put out, but Ryan and I really do. Everything that you hear form our band has been written by us. We get the music back and we say, “we want more drums here,” or “want more guitar here,” or “we definitely want this part to be longer.” We shoot, pay for, and edit all of our own music videos. So everything that you’re getting from us is 100 percent authentic; you’re getting it directly from us and that’s something that we’re really proud about. We have a lot coming out this year. 2016 is going to be a huge year for us, and we’re really excited about all this support we’re being shown by the fans — we love our “dreamcatchers”! And there’s so much more coming your way and I can’t even wait to show you guys! Lots of live performances, lots of music videos, singles, possibly an EP!

Continue reading at BYOU Magazine

Posted by Mylene on Jun 20, 2016

Variety has announced that Dove’s movie Descendants was viewed by 6.6 million households on it’s television premiere night. Descendants was the most watched cable television movie this year. The number (6.6) is the highest for any Disney Channel Original Movie in the past two years. In addition to that, Descendants had 1.4 million views on the WATCH Disney app during the week before it aired on television, setting a record for viewing and engagement in that app. When added together, Descendants got around 8 million views, which is more than High School Musical‘s (also directed by Kenny Ortega) television premiere views.

The Descendants soundtrack also hit #1 on the iTunes soundtrack albums chart and #2 on the iTunes all albums chart.
Dove’s Descendants songs “Rotten to the Core,” “If Only,” “Set It Off,” and “Evil Like Me” all made it into the top 10 soundtrack song charts as #1, #4, #7, and #9, respectively.

Also, this September, Disney Channel will be releasing some animated shorts based off Descendants called Descendants: Wicked World. Check out the teaser below!

Finally, if you missed out on the movie, or want to see the clips again, the Disney Music VEVO has six songs from the movie up on YouTube. Even though Dove only sings in four of these, she is featured in all of the clips, which are here, under the read more:

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Posted by Jennifer on Aug 2, 2015

Teenagers can actually see the teen action comedy Barely Lethal in theaters, now that it’s overturned its original R rating.

On Thursday, the Classification and Rating Appeals Board changed the R rating given to the movie for sexual material and teen drinking. EW can confirm that the film now has a PG-13 rating for sexual material, teen drinking, language, drug references and some action violence.

​Barely Lethal, which stars Hailee Steinfeld, Samuel L. Jackson and Jessica Alba, follows a 16-year-old trained assassin’s attempt to run away from her job and live a normal life by attending high school. Naturally, she finds it very difficult to fit in.

In February, DirecTV and A24 Film acquired the U.S. rights to the film and though no official date has been set, they are said to have planned an April release to both DirecTV and in select theaters.

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Posted by Jennifer on Mar 27, 2015