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Spotlight/Shoutout: Mia Rose Frampton


So, on the blog I've stated that I am a huge fan of the show "Make it or Break it," but lately, I've been watching each episode and thinking......"Where is Mia Rose Frampton?"

She was a minor character they used to employ in the early episodes of season 1, but she has been nonexistent. Her performance added a lot to the show.

Sadly, as far as acting goes her ABC Family stuff has been the ONLY major work on her filmography.

And her name might ring a bell, as she is the daughter of Rock-o god-o, Peter Frampton.

Hence the Peter Frampton song: Mia Rose.

i love to hear you talk
i love the things you say
i love to hear you speak - my name
i love to spend my time
holding your hand in my mine
watching the world go by
through the wonder of your eyes

there's a secret in your soul - mia
how i love to watch you grow - mia
like a flower you unfold - mia
beautiful mia, beautiful mia

you are my angel
heaven knows - mia rose

QATFYG: Are you a Framptonite?

Comments

  1. A beautiful song indeed! Not to worry about Mia's acting career, she's away now filming a movie in New Orleans, so look for her on the silver screen soon! Such a gorgeous girl, but then she does have the best genes!

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  2. Anon,

    Right, I knew she must be working on some project, but I couldn't find a name. Do you know (or anyone) the name of the movie she's working on?

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  3. nope I would pass on this poon.

    BK

    p.s. BABY I LOVE YOUR WAYYYY

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  4. I mean, I would "Pass" in that sense. She's far too young, but I would you know....date her just to get close to her father.

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  5. I love her <3, i saw the movie Make it or Break it
    and i cant get her out of my mind :D

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