On release day, Emily Osment stopped by Best Buy in Westbury, New York to meet with fans and sign copies of her new EP ‘All The Right Wrongs’. She even bought a copy of her CD.
“She looks kind of cool, so maybe I’ll buy it,” Osment joked as she picked up the CD on a display table, “and it’s only 5 bucks. It’s worth about a million though.”
Watch the 17-year-old making the purchase via YouTube below.
Emily Osment did an impromptu performance of ‘All The Way Up’ with her band. The track is off the singer/actress’ EP ‘All The Right Wrongs’, out now on Wind-up Records. Watch it via YouTube below.
Emily Osment did a live web chat on Ustream, where she talked about cities she plans on hitting on tour, loving pizza, surfing, songwriting on her EP, appearing on MuchMusic in Toronto, missing her dogs back home in Los Angeles, favorite sports, her best friend Michelle, and more. Watch the chat below.
Behind the scenes footage of Emily Osment’s ‘All The Way Up’ music video shoot featuring label mates Push Play has been posted at the singer/actress’ MySpace. “This music reflects sort of who I am,” the 17-year-old said. “I’ve done some stuff with Disney in the past, but this is the first time it’s really like I wrote this stuff, it’s my music, and I want you guys to hear it because it’s not like what you’ve been hearing. It’s real music I’ve been working on and I’m so excited for this to come out.” Watch it via YouTube below.
Emily Osment is out with the music video to her new single ‘All The Way Up’, the first release off the teen actress/singer’s upcoming debut album on Wind-Up Records. Watch the Roman White directed video below.
When BOPtv caught up with Emily Osment at the Teen Choice Awards, the actress talked about her new music career as well as her best advice for the mag’s readers. “As you all hopefully know, I have an album out the beginning of next year, and an EP coming out in October that I’ve been working on for a very long time,” Osment said. Watch the clip via YouTube below.
Miley Cyrus checked in with fans on her Twitter earlier today, urging them to donate to Invisible Children, a non-profit assisting children and others coping with the civil war in northern Uganda. The ‘Hannah Montana’ star also assured fans that whatever Emily Osment used to write “I love bacon” on Miley’s car, which she later put on her lips, hadn’t causeed any damage. The 16-year-old writes:
Go to invisiblechildren.com and buy one of these bracelets to help end a war in Uganda! :) Once again – twins!!!! :) love ya @emilyosment aka toast!!! Ps my lips are just fine :)
‘Hannah Montana’ stars Miley Cyrus and Emily Osment played a funny prank on their castmate Mitchel Musso, putting some pink fingernail polish on one of his fingers.
“I’m supposed to be talking about why one of my fingers is pink on the nail. It’s because Miley and Emily wanted to paint my nails today. They only got to one,” he explained to Tiger Beat and BOP. “I didn’t really know, and I wasn’t gonna stop them because it already started and there was this big pink line on [my fingernail], so I’m like, ‘Okay, finish it.’ It doesn’t make sense if there’s just a line of pink nail polish on. It’s not my fault. I definitely didn’t do it. It’s Miley and Emily’s fault. I’m having a bad day with this fingernail.”
Watch the video via YouTube below.