05/23/2013 · U
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OK!: We hear Gavin DeGraw is guest-starring on tonight’s episode. Was he cool?
James Maslow: So we actually did a scene together, but I never met him. You ask how that’s possible. It’s only a single camera show, so it’s like filming a movie where you can shoot one direction and the rest of it is crew. They had a stand-in read my lines. Then they have to turnaround, set camera and lights and it’s a whole ordeal. And by the time that happens, I came out thinking like, “Oh I get to meet him!” but he left like an hour previously. It’s kind of funny that the two guys who weren’t in the scene with him met him and the two of us who were never even got to meet the guy. The friends I know that are his friends say he’s a great guy, but I never met him so I couldn’t tell ya. But thanks for being on my show though dude, appreciate it.
OK!: James buys a snake in this episode? Discuss.
JM: Yeah, I decide to spend my money, our bonus in the episode on a snake. I’m not really afraid of animals and actually I dig snakes and it was cool at first, but after a week of having that thing like, wrapped around my throat and just hissing….The snake handler is like crocodile hunter, like the nicest guy, but he’s like bat s*** crazy. He’s like sitting there tapping it on the head and I’m like, “don’t do that!” I was pretty cool with it, but it was worse for the actors around me because they had to be in a scene with me. I’m like holding its head and it’s going, “ssssssss.” It scared the crap out of some people.
OK!: That’s terrifying!
JM: We set it on the floor one time and it just took off. I mean, it’s cool when it’s just chillin’ and when you get to pet it and it’s nice, but when it starts to move it’s because it wants warmth. That’s what it’s really seeking out most of the time. You feel like you’re in the wild, man.
05/18/2013 · U
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Looking dapper in a slick gray blazer and fitted jeans, James Maslow of Big Time Rush hit up the Maxim’s Hot 100 Party and proclaimed, “Miley! She’s hot what can you say,” when asked what he thought about Miley Cyrus taking the top spot on Maxim’s Hot 100 list. He explained, “Miley is beautiful in her own way….She is not perfect and she is not trying to be perfect and because of that she is beautiful.”
Speaking of beautiful, we asked James what he found attractive in a girlfriend, and he told us, “Definitely confidence.” He explained, “When she is confident in herself and knows what she wants it’s such a turn on.” He went on to say, “I’ve got goals that are astronomical and I work every day to reach them and if I am the only one who is doing that it’s hard to have a mutual relationship.”
He told Cambio that he would like to see Emma Degerstedt or Eliza Dushku make Maxim’s Hot 100. Eliza “would be a secret No. 1″ in [his] heart, James said.
As for Big Time Rush, the group has a new album, 24/Seven, dropping in early June, a tour for the album starting June 21 and the fourth season of Big Time Rush is airing right now. James says, “beyond that we will see…it might be the last time we [are] Big Time Rush….I would be more than happy to continue to tour with the boys; I would be happy to do another season, [but] at this point frankly that is really not up to us. It’s up to the fans, the network and the label. If the network decides that you guys are getting a little old for Nickelodeon, which is totally fair, we won’t be offended.” He went on to say, “I had a great meeting for a film today and I am looking to pursue film after this. So something exciting will come this summer.”
Are you ready, Rushers? Big Time Rush has released the cover of their anticipated 3rd album 24/Seven as well as the track listing for the deluxe edition of the album, due out June 11! Pre-order for the album starts tomorrow.
2. “Like Nobody’s Around”
3. “Get Up”
4. “Song For You feat. Karmin”
5. “Run Wild”
6. “Crazy For U”
7. “Picture This”
8. “Confetti Falling”
10. “We Are”
11. “Love Me Again”
12. “Just Getting Started”
14. “Lost in Love featuring Jake Miller”
15. “Na Na Na”
Sources: EW.com & Cambio