Los Angeles, California - Lauren Suthers was born to perform! This 14 year old 'Triple Threat' has performed at some of the hottest venues throughout Southern California from; The Avalon Hollywood, House of Blues Anaheim to Dodger Stadium. She was lead in short films such as; “Hide & Seek”, “Monster”, and featured in “Operation Terror”, and has appeared in numerous print ads and on TV shows. Lauren also has trained with some of the hottest choreographers in the country like: Todd Flanagan, tWitch and Bobby Newberry to name a few.
Lauren was named Rising Star of the Year 2012 on the Jenni20 Countdown Radio & TV Show, featured on 1st Fam FM Radio, TweenPop Radio, as well as, International Australia's FM Radio Stations 2RDJ 88.1 & 100.1 and was named "Stars of Tomorrow Top 5" four times. Look out for her debut EP coming soon!
Her inspiration for music is drawn by experiences in life and through artists like; Adele, Bruno Mars, Johnny Cash, Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez. Her music is about believing in yourself, having fun and never giving up! Dreams do come true if you work hard!
Represented by Actors & Artists Agency, Lasting Legacy PR and is an independent recording artist. Endorsed by Epic Boards.
We recently had the honored to interview this adorable young triple threat about herself and music. Here is what she had to say to us. When did you start singing?
Since my younger days, I have really enjoyed and practiced art. I especially love to draw eagles of all kinds. These amazing birds have captured my mind at the single thought of how majestic they are among all God's winged creatures. The sharp, fearless, yet peaceful look in their eyes....
In my retirement, as a hobby, I went on an adventure in search of becoming an inventor, and a few ideas and copyrights now belong to me as a result. A few years have passed since, but I once overheard someone say that the outline of Alaska looks like the face of a dragon. Being an artist, I couldn’t let it pass unnoticed.
So I spent some time on Google Earth turning the map and studying the state of Alaska. When the map was west-side-up, suddenly I clearly saw looking back at me the great bald eagle holding the olive branch of peace in its right wing. Immediately had my wife Anna look at it. She really liked the look and sound of the discovery, and right then she said “Alaska ... Eaglaska.”
So I went ahead, using my God-given art skills, and mastered a new way to look at the great state of Alaska. I hope it inspires others to find the peaceful, majestic possibilities inside the things all around us.
Clark County, Vancouver WA, USA
Milan, Italy - Stylish sixteen year old movie starlet Bella Thorne looked chic and beautiful in a white tank top, jacket, black pants with white pen strips and white shoes as she arrived for the Emporio Armani Fashio Show during Milan Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2015 on September 18, 2014 in Milan, Italy.
This stylish sixteen year old actress has been seen at several fashion shows this month.
Fans will be able to see this sixteen year old stylish beauty in the upcoming movie entitled 'Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day' which hits theater nationwide October 10th, 2014.
MILAN, Italy -Sixteen year old movie starlet Bella Thorne looked simply gorgeous in a colorful print dress with purple high heels as she hits up the Fausto Puglisi show during the Milan Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2015 on September 17, 2014 in Milan, Italy.
Fans will be able to see this sixteen year old beauty in the upcoming movie entitled 'Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day' which hits theater nationwide October 10th, 2014.
OTTAWA, Ontario - A fall during a training session last week will keep Canadian champion and Olympic silver medallist (team) Kaetlyn Osmond off ice for at least the next six weeks. The 18-year old native of Marystown, Nfld., who now lives and trains in Alberta, represents Edmonton’s Ice Palace FSC.
On Thursday, September 11th, during a routine practice session, Osmond was working on choreography for this season’s programs, when she swerved around another skater. She caught an edge and fell onto the ice, fracturing the fibula in her right leg. She underwent surgery on Friday at Misericordia Community Hospital in Edmonton to stabilize the fracture and was discharged on Saturday.
She will not be able to put any weight on the right leg for six weeks, keeping her off the ice for the duration of that time. She will withdraw from the three events she had planned to compete in this fall: Autumn Classic International in Barrie, Ont.; Skate Canada International in Kelowna, B.C.; and Trophée Éric Bompard in Bordeaux, France.
In good spirits, Osmond wanted to thank all her fans and friends for the good wishes. “I really appreciate all the support I’ve received from our medical team at Skate Canada and at Misericordia. I’m obviously disappointed to miss the early part of the skating season, but I will look forward to getting back onto the ice and training again. I certainly hope to be competing in Kingston at the Canadian Tire National Skating Championships in January.”