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VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE: “Daylight Sucks” Comic Book Creators Katie Barberi And Craig Hurley Interview With Alexisjoyvipaccess!

5 Apr

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We all know vampires for being the blood-sucking beings that we all fear, and the prevalence of vampire stories – from the infamous Dracula to the highly-acclaimed and renowned Twilight series, has truly been on the rise. Well, have you ever thought that maybe, just maybe, these vampires are here to actually help? In the masterpiece of a comic book series titled, Daylight Sucks, a special twist is taken on the common story of vampires, this time, the vampires are vigilantes and they are here to correct all of the wrongdoings in society. Daylight Sucks revolves around the Alnwicks, a clan of vampires who join together as a family to help put an end to all of the bad things in the world. Each member of the Alnwicks has his / her own focus – whether it is women empowerment, LGBTQ+ rights, animals rights, and more, and when they see someone doing any kind of harm to another person, animal, or the environment, well, let’s just say, the Alnwicks are coming to get you.

Daylight Sucks definitely isn’t your average vampire story. It focuses on some very important and relevant topics that are needed to be touched upon especially now in this day and time. Daylight Sucks is a one of a kind comic book series because it sheds light and brings awareness to issues that many people deal with today. In addition to the story of the vigilante vampires known as the Alnwicks, Daylight Sucks also includes a bilingual love story focusing in on Esperanza Martinez, who is in search of a better life north of the Mexican border and to find her father she has never known. Needless to say, the stories in Daylight Sucks and the journeys that each of the characters brings readers in on is truly captivating and this is one comic book series you’ll never want to put down and stop reading.

Our favorite comic book series, Daylight Sucks wouldn’t have been made possible if it weren’t for the incredible geniuses behind it including Daylight Sucks creators, Craig Hurley and Katie Barberi. This phenomenal couple has made an awe-inspiring impact in the entertainment world through all of their projects – from acting, producing, and beyond. Now, Katie Barberi and Craig Hurley have brought their outstanding talents to the world of comics with this stupendous series that we all love reading. There are so many things that we love about Daylight Sucks – from the intriguing and fascinating storyline, to the magnificent artwork and graphics created by Juan Pablo Solarte, and more. Plus, if you read the issues, you’ll notice that the characters look familiar as the characters in the comic book series are actually visually inspired off of many actors and actresses we all know and love including stars from the hit Nickelodeon show, Every Witch Way, that Katie Barberi worked on.

With two marvelous issues already released and another new one coming out this month, we all can’t wait to see the adventures that the Alnwicks and Esperanza Martinez will go through and if the vigilante vampires and Esperanza Martinez will ever cross paths with one another. Daylight Sucks is truly spectacular and Katie Barberi and Craig Hurley have done such a brilliant job bringing this comic book series to life and it is definitely our new comic book series obsession.

I, Alexisjoyvipaccess had an excellent time interviewing Daylight Sucks creators Craig Hurley and Katie Barberi and they dished exclusively to Alexisjoyvipaccess all about the inspiration behind creating this extraordinary comic book series, which character they would like to swap lives with for a day, and so much more only in our VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE interview. Katie and Craig even spilled on what fans can look forward to more with Daylight Sucks – hear what they had to say in our VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE interview below. Thanks for the fun interview, Katie and Craig!

Check out my VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE interview with Daylight Sucks creators Craig Hurley and Katie Barberi below!

Follow Daylight Sucks on Twitter: @Daylight_Sucks and on Instagram: @DaylightSucksComics and visit: https://www.daylightsucks.com for more information!

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VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE: The Marvelous Paris Smith Interview With Alexisjoyvipaccess At The 2017 Young Entertainer Awards!

29 Mar

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If you looked up the dictionary definition for the word “perfection,” you’ll definitely find Paris Smith’s name right there. It’s clear to see that the lovely Paris Smith is, well, perfect. She’s an immensely talented and outstanding actress who won the hearts of fans within milliseconds as she portrayed the fan-favorite role of Maddie Van Pelt in the highly-acclaimed, hit Nickelodeon show, Every Witch Way. Paris Smith’s remarkable talent is truly one of a kind and her extraordinary acting gift is something that can’t be beat. Every time that Paris Smith is a part of a project, we always know that it will be as exceptional and as phenomenal as she is. Besides being known as one profound actress, Paris Smith is also known for being one fashion icon who totally slays the fashion game. Her outfits are always on point and she always looks oh, so stellar, classy, elegant, and sophisticated everywhere she goes. Paris Smith has one of the kindest hearts, is a beauty both inside and out, an inspiring role model, and someone you just always want to be around as she has such a fun-loving and vivacious personality. Paris Smith truly deserves all of her successes and we know that there is a lot more wonderful things coming for this hard-working and sensational, young lady.

I, Alexisjoyvipaccess had a fantastic time covering the 2017 Young Entertainer Awards and had a magnificent time catching up with and interviewing the fabulous and stunning Paris Smith again at the event. Paris Smith dished exclusively to Alexisjoyvipaccess all about what her reaction was like when she found out about her Young Entertainer Awards nominations, what a “Day in The Life of Paris Smith” was like getting ready for the awe-inspiring award show, what advice she would give to aspiring actors and actresses, and so much more only in our VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE updated interview. Paris Smith even took on a fun, beauty inspired “This or That” speed round – catch it all in our updated VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE interview below. Thanks for another fun interview, Paris – always a blast chatting with you!

Check out my VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE interview with the gorgeous and multi-talented Paris Smith at the 2017 Young Entertainer Awards below!

Follow Paris Smith on Twitter: @ParissTweets and on Instagram: @Pariwinky

Follow the Young Entertainer Awards on Twitter and Instagram: @YEAAwards

VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE: The Wonderful Paris Smith Interview With Alexisjoyvipaccess At Chandler Kinney’s Gift-wrapping Event!

11 Jan
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Magic – that’s exactly what the lovely Paris Smith brings to every project that she works on – pure magic. Paris Smith is perfection in all ways – from her impeccable acting skills, to her vibrant and fun-loving personality, and of course, her incredible flair for fashion. We all loved seeing the brilliant Paris Smith play the fan-favorite, sassy role of Maddie Van Pelt in the highly-acclaimed, hit Nickelodeon show, Every Witch Way. In each episode, Paris Smith always brought her character to life in such a dazzling way and we loved all of the fun and marvelous spells and excitement that every episode had in store. Paris’ phenomenal talent has allowed her to continue to make an everlasting mark in the entertainment world. In fact, Paris Smith just recently worked on the excellent show, Speechless, where we all enjoyed watching her bring out her terrific acting gift yet again.

Paris Smith is also known for being one outstanding, young lady who always radiates some awesome girl power with her. She was even the visual inspiration for a character in Katie Barberi and Craig Hurley’s comic book series, “Daylight Sucks.” She is the perfection inspiration for her character, Madison Alnwick as her character is all about bringing out women empowerment, which is exactly what Paris Smith does. In addition to being a magnificent actress, Paris Smith is also a fashion queen who always looks so stunning anywhere and everywhere she goes. She is everyone’s #StyleInspo. An extraordinary role model, a remarkable actress, and a fabulous fashionista, Paris Smith is one star who will always shine bright in the entertainment world.

I, Alexisjoyvipaccess had a fantastic time at Chandler Kinney’s gift-wrapping event and had a great time catching up with and interviewing the gorgeous and effervescent Paris Smith again at the event. Paris Smith dished exclusively to Alexisjoyvipaccess all about her inspiring character in Katie Barberi and Craig Hurley’s fang-tastic comic book series, “Daylight Sucks,” what it was like for her working on set of Speechless, what her winter fashion must-have is, and so much more only in our VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE updated interview. Paris Smith even took on a fun speed round and spilled on something fans may not know about her, where her dream place is to visit and more – hear what she had to say in our VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE updated interview below. Thanks for another fun interview, Paris – always a blast chatting with you!

Check out my VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE updated interview with the vivacious and sensational Paris Smith at Chandler Kinney’s gift-wrapping event below!

Follow Paris Smith on Twitter: @Parisstweets and on Instagram: @Pariwinky

Article: Catch Paris Smith, Jackie Frazey, Louis Tomeo, Jason Drucker, And More In Katie Barberi’s Comic Book Series, “Daylight Sucks!”

26 Oct
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Perfect timing for Halloween, one fang-tastic comic book series has just released and you’re definitely going to want to get your own copy ASAP. Actress Katie Barberi, along with Craig Hurley and Mauricio Toro have created a genius of a comic book series titled, “Daylight Sucks.” The series is focused on the Alnwicks Family, and they are not your average family, they’re a family of vampires! However, don’t get them wrong, they are actually here to help!

The comic book series takes a super awesome twist on what everyone’s normal perception is about vampires. No, they’re not just here to suck someone’s blood, they’ll only do it if you have done any wrongdoings to another person, animal, the environment, or have done anything to cause harm to another person. They’re not just any family of vampires… they’re a family of Vigilante Vampires! Such a spectacular concept which is not only a fun read but a great way to promote being kind to one another and choosing to do good for others.

If you check out the comic book series (which you definitely have to!) you’ll notice that the characters look familiar. Well, if you’re an Every Witch Way fan (who isn’t?! That show was oh, so magical!) you’ll realize that the comic book characters’ looks are actually based off of some of the actors and actresses from the show. In fact, you’ll get to see characters based off of Paris Smith, Jackie Frazey, Louis Tomeo, Jason Drucker, Autumn Wendel, Katie Barberi, and more!

Let’s take a look at the excitement shared over this amazing comic book series:

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Wanna see some familiar faces? Check out this new comic! @daylightsuckscomics #VigilanteVampires

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My look was the visual inspiration for a comic book #DaylightSucks ❤️ so exciting!!

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Daylight Sucks is definitely a comic book series you need to get your hands on! Be sure to get your subscription now and check out the first issue of the series on http://www.daylightsucks.com.

VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE: The Fabulous Paris Smith Updated Interview With Alexisjoyvipaccess At The Say NO Bullying Festival!

24 Aug
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She’s a spectacular actress, a fantastic fashion queen, and an absolute gem – she’s the magnificent Paris Smith! With each and every episode of Nickelodeon’s highly-acclaimed and terrific TV show, Every Witch Way, the lovely Paris Smith always brought magic to our TV screens and she truly established herself as a phenomenal and gifted actress who is adored by fans from all across the globe. We loved seeing Paris Smith take on the incredible role of “Maddie Van Pelt” on the show and we couldn’t get over her character’s fun and sassy attitude and her marvelous outfits. “Maddie Van Pelt” will always be a character that holds a special place in everyone’s hearts as the remarkable Paris Smith did such an exceptional job bringing her character to life.

In addition to her work on Every Witch Way, Paris Smith has also brought her wonderful talent and great charisma to other projects like Kids React and in a guest-star episode of Nickelodeon’s Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn. Aside from being known as an extraordinary actress, Paris Smith is also known for being a fashion icon who always looks so classy and rocks some of the best OOTDs. If there is anyone we could spend a day shopping with then Paris Smith is definitely at the top of everyone’s lists. There are an infinite amount of reasons why the world loves Paris Smith – she is an awesome role model, a beauty both inside and out, and her outstanding personality radiates to everyone around her. With a lot more excitement coming up, we all can’t wait to see what Paris Smith’s bright and shining future in the entertainment industry has in store.

I, Alexisjoyvipaccess had the great pleasure of covering the inspiring Say NO Bullying Festival and had an amazing time catching up with and interviewing the gorgeous Paris Smith again at the event. Paris Smith dished exclusively to Alexisjoyvipaccess all about what is one thing she would have liked to see happen to her character in Every Witch Way (hint: It has something to do with Jax!), what her dream role to portray is, and so much more only in our VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE updated interview. Paris Smith even takes on a fun speed round and spills on something fans might not know about her, her favorite Snapchat filter and more – hear what Paris Smith had to say in our VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE updated interview below. Thanks for another fun interview, Paris – always a blast chatting with you!

Check out my VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE updated interview with the stunning and vivacious Paris Smith at the Say NO Bullying Festival below!

Follow Paris Smith on Twitter: @ParisTweets and on Instagram: @Pariwinky

Follow the Say NO Bullying Festival on Twitter: @SayNOBullying_1

VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE: The Radiant Paris Smith Updated Interview With Alexisjoyvipaccess At The 2016 Young Artist Awards!

24 Mar
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Just hearing the name ‘Paris Smith’ gets thousands and thousands of fans excited, and this extraordinary actress is truly a special lady in everyone’s lives. The amazing Paris Smith instantly became an actress that is loved and adored by fans worldwide through her fun and sassy character of Maddie Van Pelt in Nickelodeon’s highly-acclaimed, masterpiece of a show, Every Witch Way. The show cast a beautiful spell on all of the viewers as Every Witch Way has and continues to be everyone’s obsession; and even though the series has come to a magical close after its fourth and final season, the memories definitely still continue to live on. Paris Smith has such an exuberant and fun-loving personality that is just one of the infinite amount of reasons why we all hold a special place in our hearts for this exceptional actress.

The beautiful Paris Smith has such a remarkable acting talent that makes her the profound actress she is and of course, we always have tons of heart-eye emojis for all of her sophisticated, uber chic and incredibly stylish outfits. Whether it be on the red carpet or walking down the streets of LA, we all look forward to seeing what amazing fashion trends the fashionista Paris Smith will be rocking. Paris Smith always looks exceptional in anything and everything she wears and she brings so much class and elegance to all of her outfits. There is so much to say about Paris Smith and her whole phenomenal being, but one sentence can summarize it all: “Keep Calm and Love Paris Smith”.

I, Alexisjoyvipaccess had the greatest pleasure of covering the amazing 2016 Young Artist Awards again and had a fantastic time catching up with the stunning Paris Smith at the event. The effervescent Paris Smith dished exclusively to Alexisjoyvipaccess all about a Disney pilot she worked on, who some of her fashion inspirations are, what her number one fashion advice is to all of her fans, and so much more only in our VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE updated interview. Paris Smith even took on a fun speed round and spilled on whether she likes Sephora or MAC better, where her favorite place is to shop and she also spilled on who she would like to spend a day shopping with – hear what she had to say in our VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE updated interview below. Thanks for another super fun interview, Paris – always a blast chatting with you!

Check out my VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE interview with the vivacious and beyond gorgeous Paris Smith at the 2016 Young Artist Awards below!

Follow Paris Smith on Twitter: @parisstweets and on Instagram: @PariWinky

Follow the Young Artist Awards on Twitter: @YoungArtistAwds

Article: Paris Smith Looked Stunning At The 2016 Young Entertainer Awards And Won An Award!

21 Mar
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Beauty in black, the remarkable Paris Smith looked so stunning, as usual, as she attended the first annual Young Entertainer Awards yesterday, March 20, 2016 at The Globe Theatre at the Universal Studios in Universal City, California. The fashion icon Paris Smith looked so sophisticated and chic in a black jumpsuit at the event. Paris Smith always looks so effortlessly spectacular everywhere and anywhere she goes and she truly defines #fashiongoals.

The lovely Paris Smith also received a well-deserved award at the event. Paris Smith took to Twitter to express her excitement and tweeted, “A hugeee thank you again to the for the award!!! I am truly so so happy and grateful.”

The Young Entertainer Awards wrote along with the photo above they shared through their Twitter account, “ on the redcarpet! Congrats on your win!! .”

Here at Alexisjoyvipaccess.com, I’d like to send the biggest congratulations to the ravishing Paris Smith on her win at the first annual Young Entertainer Awards! She truly deserved it!

Follow Paris Smith on Twitter: @ParissTweets and on Instagram: @PariWinky

VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE: Here Are Some Of The Best Dressed At The 2016 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards! Take A Look!

17 Mar
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The 2016 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards made epic entertainment history as it brought together some of your favorite celebrities, incredible musical performances and tons and tons of slime all under one roof! Another thing the renowned and prestigious Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards brought to the spectacular event was a whole bunch of brilliant and magnificent orange carpet attires rocked by some of your favorite celebrities! Many of your favorite stars left us all in awe with their extraordinary KCA attires and here at Alexisjoyvipaccess.com, we’re going to highlight some of the many, many fabulous looks at the KCAs! A lot of your favorite celebrities were styled by the one and only Arturo D. Chavez.

Check out the list of best dressed celebrities at the 2016 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards below and comment below and tell me or tweet me at @alexisjoyvipacc, who did YOU think was the best dressed at the KCAs?

Check out my recap article of my coverage of the 2016 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards here and stay tuned for VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE interviews with your favorite celebrities from the event on YouTube.com/alexisjoyvipaccess and alexisjoyvipaccess.com!

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Best Dressed Girls At The Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards:

Kira Kosarin: 

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Gail Soltys: 

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Paris Smith: 

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Brec Bassinger: 

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Haley Tju: 

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Brady Reiter: 

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Kelli Berglund: 

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Sydney Park: 

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Paris Berelc:

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Peyton List: 

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Breanna Yde: 

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Addison Riecke: 

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Isabela Moner: 

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Dove Cameron: 

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Madisyn Shipman And Cree Cicchino:  

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Erika Tham: 

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Megan Lee: 

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Louriza Tronco: 

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Jade Pettyjohn: 

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Zendaya: 

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Fifth Harmony: 

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Best Dressed Guys At The 2016 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards:

Grant Gustin: 

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Rio Mangini: 

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Coy Stewart: 

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Jackie Radinsky: 

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Buddy Handleson: 

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Tony Cavalero: 

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Aidan Miner: 

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Lance Lim: 

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Ricardo Hurtado: 

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Jack Griffo: 

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Luke Benward: 

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Sterling Beaumon: 

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Jace Norman: 

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Cameron Dallas: 

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B-Brave: 

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Spencer List: 

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Jaheem Toombs: 

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Jason Drucker: 

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VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE: Alexisjoyvipaccess Covered The 2016 Young Artist Awards! Recap Here Plus See The Full List Of Winners!

16 Mar
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It was a magical day filled with winners as the renowned and prestigious Young Artist Awards hosted its 37th Annual Gala at the Sportsmen’s Lodge in Studio City, California on March 13, 2016. Actors and actresses from the ages of 5 to 21 were honored for their impeccable and awe-inspiring talents in their projects which ranged from animated motion pictures, movies, television shows, web series and more. The spectacular young artists came all the way from various parts of the United States, Canada and beyond to cherish this magnificent day and show support for each other and their shared loved for the arts and entertainment world. Each year, the Young Artist Awards recognizes the outstanding projects of these brilliant young actors and actresses and this phenomenal event shows how the love and passion for acting and entertaining people can bring together many talented people and create a second family for each of these actors and actresses, something they can recognize as their acting family!

Many of your favorite celebrities gathered together at the Young Artist Awards including Rio Mangini and the extraordinary Mangini family, Paris Smith, Jason Drucker, Ryan Cargill, Kennedy Slocum, Talitha Bateman, Zach Callison, Ava Cantrell, Taylor Blackwell, Brielle Barbusca, Thomas Barbusca, Albert Tsai, Laci Kay, Matt Cornett, Isaak Presley, and many, many more.

Everyone at the Young Artist Awards were truly winners as they all have worked endlessly to achieve their goals and make their dreams come true! Each one of the nominees have put so much passion into their work and we can truly see their mesmerizing talents in all of their projects they share and bring out to their amazing fans!

I, Alexisjoyvipaccess had the great honor of covering the Young Artist Awards again and had a marvelous time interviewing many of your favorite celebrities at the event! Check out my VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE pictures I took from the event below and stay tuned for my VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE interviews from the 2016 Young Artist Awards on YouTube.com/alexisjoyvipaccess and alexisjoyvipaccess.com! Here at Alexisjoyvipaccess.com, I’d like to congratulate everyone at the Young Artist Awards on all of their successes!

See a full list of all of the winners at the 2016 Young Artist Awards below and follow the Young Artist Awards on Twitter: @YoungArtistAwds

Leading Young Actress, 14-21, in a Feature Film: Liv Southard in Breaking Legs

Leading Young Actress, 13 and under, in a Feature Film: Quinn McColgan in Extinction

Leading Young Actor, 14-21, in a Feature Film: Michael Grant in Where Hope Grows

Leading Young Actor, 11-13, in a Feature Film: Steele Stebbins in Vacation

Leading Young Actor, 10 and under, in a Feature Film: Jared Breeze in The Boy

Supporting Young Actress, 14-21, in a Feature Film: Niamh Wilson The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet

Supporting Young Actress, 13 and under, in a Feature Film: Isabella Crovetti-Cramp in Joy

Supporting Young Actor, 14-21 in a Feature Film: Forrest Goodluck in The Revenant

Supporting Young Actor, 13 and under, in a Feature Film: Aiden Lovekamp in Pawn Sacrifice

Young Actress, 14-21, in a Short Film: Megan Ashley Brown in Until Tomorrow

Young Actress, 11-13, in a Short Film: Keely Wilson in Until Tomorrow

Young Actress, 10 and under, in a Short Film: Savannah Liles in Big Sister

Young Actor, 14-21, in a Short Film: Robin de Zwart in Circular

Young Actor, 11-13, in a Short Film: Jakob Wedel in Real Boy

Young Actor, 10 and under, in a Short Film: Michael Berthold in Billy the Fetus

Young Actress in a TV Movie, Miniseries, Special or Pilot: Nicole Samantha Huff in Degrassi: Don’t Look Back

Young Actor in a TV Movie, Miniseries, Special or Pilot: Forrest Deal in Dolly Parton’s Coat of Many Colors

Leading Young Actress, 14-21, in a TV Series: Johnnie Ladd in Table 58

Leading Young Actress, 13 and under, in a TV Series: Layla Crawford in The First Family

Leading Young Actor, 14-21, in a TV Series: Rhys Matthew Bond in Ties That Bind

Leading Young Actor, 13 and under, in a TV Series: Sloane Morgan Siegel in Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street

Supporting Young Actress in a TV Series: Marsai Martin in Black-ish

Supporting Young Actor in a TV Series: Miles Brown in Black-ish

Guest Starring Young Actress, 14-21, in a TV Series: Mandalynn Carlson in Grey’s Anatomy

Guest Starring Young Actress, 11-13, in a TV Series: Piper Keesee in 100 Things To Do Before High School

Guest Starring Young Actress, 10 and under, in a TV Series: Mila Brener in Mutt & Stuff

Guest Starring Young Actor, 14-21, in a TV Series: Christian Hutcherson in Survivor’s Remorse

Guest Starring Young Actor, 11-13, in a TV Series: Graham Verchere in Impastor

Guest Starring Young Actor, 10 and under, in a TV Series: Samuel Faraci in Saving Hope

Recurring Young Actress, 14-21, in a TV Series: Luna Blaise in Fresh Off The Boat

Recurring Young Actress, 13 and under, in a TV Series: Laura Krystine in 100 Things To Do Before High School

Recurring Young Actor, 14-21, in a TV Series: Matt Cornett in Bella and the Bulldogs

Recurring Young Actor, 13 and under, in a TV Series: Rio Mangini in Bella and the Bulldogs

Best Performance in a TV Commercial, Actor or Actress: Christian Ganiere in Subaru- Jr. Driver

Young Ensemble Cast in a Web or VOD Series: A History of Radness with Marlhy Murphy, Isaak Presley, Cecilla Balagot and Dalton Cyr

Young Ensemble Cast in a TV Series: Fresh Off The Boat with Hudson Yang, Forrest Wheeler and Ian Chen

Voice-Over Role, Young Actress, 12-21: Kaitlyn Dias in Inside Out

Voice-Over Role, Young Actress, 11 and under: Ava Priestley in Wishenpoof!: Friends Forever

Voice-Over Role, Young Actor, 12-21: Graham Verchere in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic

Voice-Over Role, Young Actor, 11 and under: Zachary Haven in Pearly Gates-“Americana”

Film for DVD, Young Actress: Mandalynn Calson in A Horse For Summer

Film for DVD, Young Actor: Toby Nichols in Chasing Ghosts

Web Performance, Young Actress: Mila Brener in Hopeless Bromantic

Web Performance, Young Actor: Brice Fisher in Between 2 Phat Kids

Live Theater, Young Actress: Eva de Zwart in The Velveteen Rabbit

Live Theater, Young Actor: Exodus Lale in The Lion King

Article: The First Annual Young Entertainer Awards Announces Emblem3 To Present At The Event And See List Of Nominees Here!

5 Mar
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The first ever Young Entertainer Awards will be making its way to Hollywood in two weeks and it definitely is an event that everyone is talking about! Only in its first year, the Young Entertainer Awards has a lot of spectacular excitement as it will be honoring all of the wonderful young entertainers and their sensational achievements. In addition to recognizing the successes of the amazing entertainers, the Young Entertainer Awards will also be celebrating the terrific families of all of the entertainers who have worked just as hard to support their talented kids’ dreams.

The Young Entertainer Awards, which will be taking place on March 20, 2016, has already brought out a lot of phenomenal announcements to everyone. The Young Entertainer Awards just recently spoke with Manny Streetz of 102.7 KIIS FM and Radio Disney about all of the upcoming excitement that awaits at the magnificent award show.

This past Friday, March 4, 2016, the Young Entertainer Awards just brought out the news that the one and only, extraordinary band Emblem3 will be presenting at the event.

The Young Entertainer Awards shared the exceptional announcement as seen below through their Twitter account.

Hosting the event will be Christine Devine, Manny Streetz and Courtney Friel. YouTube sensations Ashley Nichole and Taryne Renee will serve as the red carpet hosts and Alyson Stoner and Jonael Santiago are set to perform at the event.

See a full list of nominees at the Young Entertainer Awards below and be sure to follow the Young Entertainer Awards on Twitter: @YEAAwards! Here at Alexisjoyvipaccess.com, I’d like to send a big congratulations to all of the nominees at the 2016 Young Entertainer Awards!

BEST LEADING YOUNG ACTOR – FEATURE FILM

Michael Grant Where Hope Grows Roadside Attractions
Levi Miller Pan Warner Bros.
Nick Robinson Jurassic World Universal Pictures
Ty Simpkins Jurassic World Universal Pictures
Jacob Tremblay Room A-24

Best Leading Young Actress- Feature Film

Raffey Cassidy Tomorrowland Walt Disney Pictures
Oona Laurence South Paw The Weinstein Co.
Raini Rodriguez Paul Blart: MallCop 2 Columbia Pictures

Best Supporting Young Actor-Feature Film

Tate Berney Insidious: Chapter3 Gramercy Pictures
Jack Fulton Pay The Ghost RLJ Entertainment
Skylar Gaertner I Smile Back Broad Green Pictures
Pierce Gagnon Tomorrowland Walt Disney Pictures
Armani Jackson Cooties Lionsgate
Owen Vaccaro Daddy’s Home Paramount Pictures

Best Supporting Young Actress- Feature Film

Giovanna Cappetta Street Skinfly Entertainment
Giselle Eisenberg Danny Collins Bleeker Street
Scarlett Estevez Daddy’s Home Paramount Pictures
Isabella Kai Rice Jem and the Holograms Universal Pictures
Abby Ryder Fortson Ant-Man Walt Disney Studios
Niamh Wilson The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet The Weinstein Co.

Best Performance in an Independent or Film Festival -Feature Film (15-21)

Mandalynn Carlson A Horse for Summer Vertical Ent.
 Laci Kay Midlife GT Productions
William Leon Breaking Legs Ditch Pictures
Chanel Marriott Alison’s Choice Marchmin Films
Sara Rochelle Breaking Legs Ditch Pictures
Jordan Van Vranken The Wolves of Savin Hill Galaxy

Best Performance in an Independent or Film Festival – Feature Film (14and under)

Angelique Berry A Cry from Within Breaking Glass Pictures
Kaitlin Cheung Fourth World Bring Me Hope Productions
Bailey Gambertoglio Los Lost Ones Legend-Michael Productions
Nicholas Neve Broken Horses Reliance Entertainment
Gracyn Shinyei Final Girl NGN
Liv Southard Breaking Legs Ditch Pictures
Tamara Truly Wahrmund Half of Twenty-Two Minoan Temple Studios

Best Young Ensemble Cast – Feature Film

Steve Jobs – Perla Haney-Jardine, Makenzie Moss and Ripley Sobo – Universal Pictutres

Love the Coopers – Timothee Chalamet, Blake Baumgartner and Maxwell Simkins – CBS Films

Vacation – Skyler Gisondo, Steele Stebbins and Catherine Missal – Warner Bros

Breaking Legs – William Leon, Liv Southard, Alexa Sutherland, Aaron R. Landon, Sarah Rochelle& Kayley Stallings – Ditch Pictures

Best Young Actor – Short Film

Peter Bundic Pirates Young Movie Makers
Joshua Costea Date-O-Phobe Joreel Productions
Robin de Zwart Wedlocked & Loaded Gulf Island Films
C.J. Dube Homefront Sheridan College
Jase Nelson Waking Up Jammers Inc.
Nicholas Neve Monsters of the Night La Panda
Towns W. Sanford Sangria Lift Topp Scott Productions
Tai Urban Short Change Hero Independent

Best Young Actor 10 and Under- Short Film

Christian Isaiah Ambivalent Hope a Gun and a Prayer Rich Productions
Joshua Kaufman Robots and Cowboys Independent
David Raynolds The Wedgie Independent
Aiden Cummings Teicher  Lou Dream Big Productions
Albert Tsai Grandma Money USC Film

Best Young Actress 16 to 21 – Short Film

Janette Bundic  Snowflakes eveRIAthing Productions
Nicole Samantha Huff  Knots Independent
Sofie Uretsky Bully Fighters Independent
 Jolie Vanier  Miscommunication Independent
Jordan Van Vranken God Hates Signs Independent

Best Young Actress 13-15 – Short Film

Zayden Bates Charlotte Independent
Cassidy Mack Two Secrets Independent
Katelyn Mager Date-O-Phobe Joreel Productions
Ashley Wolff A Timeless Captivation VC Films

Best Young Actress 10-12 Short Film

Caitlin Carmichael Monsters Independent
Eva de Zwart Circular Coracina Films
Rebecca Goldman Earth to Avery Independent
Madeline Lupi Robots and Cowboys Independent
Izabel Pearce The Wedgie Independent

Best Young Actress Under 9 – Short Film

Carla Costea The Candy Girl Joreel Productions
Maia Costea  Home Joreel Productions
Savannah  Liles Roar Independent
Isabella Piombini Pirates Young Movie Makers
Ashley Silverman Where’s Larry? Independent
Jena Skodje Grace Blue Finn Productions

Best Leading Young Actor – Television Movie, Mini Series or Special

Tate Berney The Right Girl Pix L Entertainment
Rio Mangini One Crazy Cruise Nickelodeon
Graham Verchere Jim Henson’s Turkey Hollow Lifetime

Best Leading Young Actress – TV Movie ,MiniSeries or Special

Caitlin Carmichael Portrait of Love Hallmark
Johnnie Ladd Table 58 Amazon
Jaeda Lily Miller Love Under the Stars Hallmark
Kate Scott Game Changer ML Martin Productions
Savannah  McReynolds By God’s Grace TBN

Best Supporting Young Actor – TV Movie, Mini Series or Special

Thomas Barbusca Wet, Hot, American Summer First Day Of Camp Netflix
Alexander Davis Murdoch Mysteries : A Merry Murdoch Christmas CBC
Matt Tolton The Lizzie Borden Chronicles Lifetime
Brice Fisher Christmas Trade Cinedigm Entertainment

Best Supporting Young Actress -TV Movie, Mini Series, or Special

Shelby Armstrong Unauthorized Full House Story Lifetime
Nicole Samantha Huff Degrassi-Don’t Look Back MTV/TeenNick
Avery Phillips Stockholm, Pennsylvania Lifetime
Bailey Skodje If there be Thorns Lifetime
Danika Yarosh Heroes Reborn NBC

Best Young Ensemble Cast- TV Movie, Mini Series or Special

Dolly Parton’s Coat of Many Colors – Alyvia Alyn Lind, Hannah Nordberg,Dylan Michael Rowan, Farrah Mackenzie, Blane Crockarell, & Forrest Deal.- Warner Bros

The Descendants – Boo Boo Stewart, Cameron Boyce, Dove Cameron and Sofia Carson – Disney Channel

Win, Lose or Love – Griffin Kunitz, Kayla Madison and Clinton Valencia – Pixl Entertainment

Best Leading Young Actor- Television Series

Connor Kalopsis The Grinder Fox
Sean Michael Kyer Odd Squad PBS
David Mazouz Gotham Fox
Kamil McFadden KC Undercover Disney Channel
Sloane Morgan Siegel Gortimer Gibbons Life On Normal Street Amazon
Coy Stewart Bella and the Bulldogs Nickelodeon
Charles Vandervaart The Stanley Dynamic YTV

Best Leading Young Actress – Television Series

Layla Crawford The First Family USA Entertainment Studios
Giselle Eisenberg Life In Pieces CBS
Addison Holley Annedroids Amazon
Paris  Smith Every Which Way Nickelodeon
Olivia Stuck Kirby Buckets Disney X D
Lauren Taylor Best Friends Whenever Disney Channel

Best Supporting Young Actor – Television Series

Jadiel Dowlin Annedroids Amazon
Drew Justice Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street Amazon
Jadon Sand The Affair Showtime
Albert Tsai Dr. Ken ABC

Best Supporting Young Actress- Television Series

Ashley Boettcher Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street Amazon
Adrianna DiLiello Annedroids Amazon
Autumn Wendel Every Which Way Nickelodeon

Best Recurring Young Actor 14-21 – Television Series

David Bloom Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street Amazon
Ehren Kassam Degrassi: The Next Generation CTV
Quinn Lord The Man in the High Castle Amazon
Willem Marx Red Oaks Amazon
Matt Tolton Mr. D CBC

Best Recurring Young Actor 13 and Under -Television Series

Samuel Faraci Odd Squad PBS
Brendan Heard Odd Squad PBS
Sean Michael Kyer Continuum SyFy
Trevor Larcom Fresh off the Boat ABC
Rio Mangini Bella and the Bulldogs Nickelodeon
Tate Yap Odd Squad PBS

Best Recurring Young Actress 16-21- Television Series

Frederique Dufort Unite 9 Radio Canada TV
Gabrielle Elyse Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn Nickelodeon
Emily Robinson Transparent Amazon
Sara Waisglass Degrassi: The Next Genertation CTV

Best Recurring Young Actress 13 to 15 – Television Series

Luna Blaise Fresh off the Boat ABC
Ava Cantrell Haunted Hathways Nickelodeon
Olivia Steele Falconer Once Upon a Time CTV/ABC
Stephanie Katherine-Grant The Goldbergs ABC
Chandler  Kinney Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street Amazon
Madison Lintz Bosch Amazon
Kassidy Mattera Mr. D CBC

Best Recurring Young Actress 12 and Under- Television Series

Siena  Agudong Nicky,Ricky,Dicky and Dawn Nickelodeon
Isabella Alexander Fresh Off The Boat ABC
Yasmeene Ball Super Natural CW
Sunnie Pelant Bones Fox

Best Guest Starring Young Actor 15 to 21 – Television Series

Zach Callison Henry Danger Nickelodeon
Nazariy Demkowicz The Pinkertons Rosetta Media
Jake Elliott The Night Shift NBC
Christian Hutcherson Survivor’s Remorse Starz
William Leon Grey’s Anatomy ABC
Ty Parker Children’s Hospital Comedy Central

Best Guest Starring Young Actor 12 to14 – Television Series

Brendan Heard Remedy Global TV
Julien Hicks Super Natural CW
Jax Malcolm The League FX
John Paul Ruttan Murdoch Mysteries CBC
Graham Verchere Impastor TV Land

Best Guest Starring Young Actor 11 and Under – TV Series

Thomas Barbusca The League FX
Samuel Faraci Saving Hope CTV/NBC
Madison Rojas Jane the Virgin CW
Cole Sand Fresh off the Boat ABC
Rowan Smyth W/Bob and David Netflix
Trevor Larcom Scorpion CBS

Best Guest Starring Young Actress 17 to 21- Television Series

Cole Bernstein Stalker CBS
Savannah  Lathem Major Crimes TNT
Leah Lewis Gamer’s Guide to Pretty Much Everything Disney X D
Jolie Vanier From Dusk till Dawn: The Series El Rey Network

Best Guest Starring Young Actress 14 to 16 – TV Series

Brielle Barbusca Bones Fox
Mandalynn Carlson Grey’s Anatomy ABC
Lexi DiBenedetto Instant Mom Nickelodeon
Stephanie Katherine -Grant Survivor’s Remorse NBC
Danika Yarosh Law & Order SVU Starz

Best Guest Starring Young Actress 11 and Under – TV Series

Layla Crawford Henry Danger Nickelodeon
Bianca D’Ambrosio Freakout ABC Family
Chelsea Miller Some Assembly Required YTV
Brenna Russell Odd Squad PBS
Malinda Sass Monsters Inside Me Animal Planet
Gracyn Shinyei Super Natural CW
Bailey Skodje Un Real Lifetime
Jena  Skodje Super Natural CW

Best Young Ensemble Cast – TV Series

Blackish – Miles Brown, Marsai Martin, Yara Shahidi & Marcus Scribner – ABC

Fresh off the Boat – Hudson Yang, Ian Chen and Forrest Wheeler – ABC

Richie Rich – Jake Brennan, Joshua Carlon and Jenna Ortega – Netflix

Annedroids – Addison Holley,Jadiel Dowlin & Adrianna DiLiello – Amazon

Best Young Actor – Daytime Series

General  Hospital

Nicolas Bechtel General  Hospital ABC
Connor Kalopsis Days of our Lives Corday Productions
Michael Leone General  Hospital ABC
James Nigbor General  Hospital ABC

Best Young Actress – Daytime Series

Alyvia Alyn Lind The Young & the Restless CBS
Hannah Nordberg General  Hospital ABC
Brooklyn Rae Silzer General  Hospital ABC

Best Young Actor Voice Over Role 13-21

Stuart Allan Batman vs Robin Warner Bros. Animation
Zach Callison Steven Universe Cartoon Network
Reese Hartwig Tom & Jerry: Spy Quest Warner Bros
Graham Verchere My Little Pony Discovery Family

Best Young Actor Voice Over Role 12 and Under

Christopher Downs Tumble Leaf Amazon
Gabe Eggerling Sofia  the First Disney Jr
Jayden Greig Playdate DHX Media
Zac McDowell Tumble Leaf Amazon
Alex Thorne Paw Patrol Nickelodeon

Best Young Actress – Voice Over Role

Zoe Fraser The Curse of Clara: A Holiday Tale CBC
Bailey Gambertoglio Bubble Guppies Nickelodeon
Addison Holley WishenPoof! Amazon
Hannah Swain Ruff-Ruff Tweet and Dave NBC
Brooke Wolloff Tumble Leaf Amazon

Best Young Actress Voice Over Role 11 and under

Angelique Berry Lalaloopsy: Festival of Sugary Sweets MGA Entertainment
Millie Davis WishenPoof! Amazon
Chelsea Miller Barbie & her Sisters in the Great Puppy Adventure Mattel/BLT Productions
Ava Priestley Wishenpoof ! Amazon
Berkley  Silverman Little Charmers Nelvana

Best Ensemble Cast- Voice Over

The Peanuts Movie – Rebecca Bloom, Anastasia Bredikhina, Alexander Garfin, Hadley Belle Miller, Noah Schnap & Mariel Sheets – 20th Century Fox

The Good Dinosaur – Maleah Nipay-Padilla, Ryan Teeple, Jack Mc Graw, Marcus Scribner, Raymond Ochoa & Jack Bright – Walt Disney Pictures

Best Performance – DVD Film

Caitlin Carmichael Grace Stirs Up Success Universal Home Entertainment
Zoe Fraser Bark Ranger Lionsgate Home Entertainment
Eva Greig My Dad is a Scrooge Mar Vista Ent.
Cassidy Mack Zoey to the Max Cinedigm
John Paul Ruttan Shelby: A Magical Holiday Tail Anchor  Bay
Hannah Swain Summer Forever Makers Studio

Best Young Actor – Web Performance

Peter Bundic Night Owl High NOH Productions
Zac Kara Cooking with Zac YouTube
Brice Fisher Between 2 Phat Kids Windbreaker Prods.
Wyatt Mc Clure Between 2 Phat Kids Windbreaker Productions

Best Young Actress – Web Performance

Tara- Nicole Azarian Nerdtabulous Front Porch Film
Chiara D’Ambrosio The Kids Table Giant Creature Films
Isabelle Dubroy Microchip Jones Independent
Adrienne Hicks What We Once Were Independent
Megan Kenney Clique Wars Lunch Box TV
Jeri Leader The Spell Tutor Herman-Wang Productions

Best Young Actor – Live Theatre

Alexander Davis A Christmas Story Neptune Theatre, Halifax
Robin de Zwart As You Like It Tir-na-nog Theatre, B.C
Jayden Greig A Christmas Story Neptune Theatre, Halifax
Julien Hicks The Singing Butler Ghost Light Projects
August Maturo Peter Pan Pasadena Playhouse, CA
Valin Shinyei A Christmas Story-The Musical Vancouver Arts Club
Tate Yap The Heart of Robin Hood Royal Alexander Theatre, Toronto

Best Young Actress – Live Theatre

Anna Bartlam White Christmas Dunfield Theatre, Cambridge
Eva de Zwart Velveteen Rabbit Island Discovery Theatre, B.C
Frederique Dufort The Old Lady Fracas Theatre, Quebec
Gabby Gutierrez Matilda- The Musical Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles
Abigail Wolff Leading Ladies Reid Theatre, MA
Veronica McFarlane Number the Stars La Mirada Theatre, CA
Noelle Lidyoff Number the Stars La Mirada Theatre, CA