Well, well, well… Look at that! Jemi are sharing necklaces! If you see this other picture of Demi with her keyboard player picking her nose, it shows her full necklace, but I think she just added her purity ring on it. Jemi Share necklaces, YAY!
Here’s the deal: The campers will return to Camp Rock for another summer – but this time there will be a rival camp, Camp Star, that has taken some of Camp Rock’s staff and campers! Camp Star’s big shot, Luke (played by Matthew “Mdot” Finley), will challenge Camp Rock to a huge showdown to see which camp really is the most talented.
And if that wasn’t enough drama, Nick‘s character, Nate, will have a love interest this movie! He’s going to fall hard for the owner of Camp Star’s daughter, Dana (played by Chloe Bridges).
Camp Rock 2 The Final Jam is set to premiere in the summer of 2010!
Are you guys excited? Why or why not?
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So, I think Nate and his love interest are like a background couple, and Jemi is the main, they just want it to be a suprise!
Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato are headed back to Camp Rock, but the sequel to last year’s top-rated cable telecast will feature a new director and writer, not to mention a plot that borrows from Shakespeare.
“Camp Rock 2 The Final Jam” will begin production this summer and debut next year on Disney Channel.
The story has the characters played by Lovato and Kevin, Nick and Joe Jonas returning to their beloved Camp Rock, only to discover that some of the students and instructors have ditched it for nearby rival Camp Star.
Other major players returning for the sequel include Meaghan Jette Martin, Maria Canals-Barrera and Alyson Stoner. Daniel Fathers is back as Camp Rock’s head honcho.
Joining the cast for “Final Jam” are popular hip-hop artist Matthew “Mdot” Finley and Chloe Bridges, an accomplished 17-year-old classical pianist. Mdot plays the reigning hot-shot singer across the lake at Camp Star who challenges Camp Rock to a musical showdown.
The “Romeo and Juliet” moment comes when Camp Rock’s Nate (Nick Jonas) falls for Dana (Bridges), the daughter of Camp Star’s owner.
Taking over helming duties from the first installment’s Matthew Diamond is Paul Hoen, who directed the 2007 Disney Channel movie “Jump In!” The sequel’s script was written by Dan Berendsen (“Hannah Montana The Movie”) with Karin Gist and Regina Hicks, the duo who wrote “Jump In!” with Doreen Spicer. Gist and Hicks also wrote the first “Camp Rock” with Julie Brown and Paul Brown.
The original “Camp Rock” attracted an audience of 146 million in 160 nations and 30 languages, a huge hit by nearly any standard — except, maybe, compared with Disney Channel’s “High School Musical,” seen by 225 million worldwide.
The “Camp Rock” soundtrack has gone platinum in the U.S. and eight other territories and gold in another dozen.
I think this plot sucks because wtf…….Where’s the Smitchie? Is that girl gonna be another mitchie pianist. Heck no….Pls, I beg of you… Someone should do a petition….):Are Jemi going to have a small part in this sequel? What do you guys think of the plot?