Make Your Mark

October 15, 2011 by staff 

Make Your MarkMake Your Mark, The Disney Channel has created is competition for the first time exclusively for children and tweens, called “Make Your Mark:. Last is Dance-off-Shake It Up Edition” Six finalists have been selected to compete at the event in Hollywood, and viewers will ultimately decide the winner.

The winner will be featured in an episode of “Shake It Up!” As a dancer spotlight.

Nineteen-year-old star Selena Gomez will act as a judge on the television special, along with other Disney actors Debby Ryan Roshon Fegan and.

The finalists are from different states and 10 to 15 years of age. Competitors include two dance couples and a large group of four in the competition for the Grand Prix.

Blockbuster Disney teen comedy series “Shake It Up” was released in 2010 and has been renewed for a second season, which began last month.

“Make Your Mark” will air on Disney Channel Friday at 8:30 pm EST.

Gomez informed Access Hollywood saying, “I’ve never tried anything, I’m a little excited” when asked about “Make Your Mark.”

The actress / singer is reportedly going through a break in the superstar Justin Bieber.

“Justin is still like a child,” said an undisclosed source talk. “All he wants to do is watch movies and play video games.”

Gomez said he was “increasingly frustrated” with Bieber and “wants to go out and have a romantic dinner,” said the source.

In the upcoming film adaptation of the novel by Jay Asher, 13 reasons, Gomez plays a teenager who commits suicide. Career change is a bold, compared to her previous roles in the Disney Channel.

Recent reports indicate that the actress will host this year’s MTV Europe Music Awards in Belfast. The program airs on MTV Sunday, November 6 and will feature performances by Coldplay, Jessie J, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

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