Ava talks with Galore Magazine

Ava spoke with Galore Mag about playing her Pretty Little Liars character Addison! Click here for the full article.

If you’ve already watched last night’s episode of Pretty Little Liars, then you know there’s a new girl in town, and her name is Addison Derringer.

In addition to having the most sus initials ever, which so far no character on the show seems to have picked up on, Addison Derringer has it out for one of the OG liars, Emily Fields.

Even though Addison’s only been on PLL for one episode, she’s already causing hella trouble for Emily.

After getting in trouble for skipping practice, Addison narced on Emily with a made-up lie about how Emily’s inappropriately touching and staring at the underage girls on the swim team she coaches at Rosewood High.

And even though this lie got busted, it’s clear this is just the tip of what Addison has up her sleeve – especially since it seems like she maybe has Jenna Marshall on speed dial.

To try and shed some light on who Addison is and what’s going on with her, we talked with Ava Allan, the 17-year-old actress who plays her.

She spilled some tea on what fans should be looking out for and how so far nobody’s correctly guessed how PLL is gonna end yet.

“Solo Ride” Music Video

The official music video for Alexi Blue’s Solo Ride has been released! I will add screen-captures to the gallery of Ava’s appearance. Watch the official video below, and don’t forget to listen to “TRI Me” on iTunes and Spotify.



Update: I have added 50+ screen-captures from the “Solo Ride” music video to the gallery!

2016 TrevorLIVE LA Fundraising Event

Tonight Ava attended the Trevor Project’s 2016 TrevorLIVE fundraiser in Los Angeles! The Trevor Project is an organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention to LGBTQ youth. Love Is All You Need? director, Rocco Shields, and star, Kyla Kenedy, also came to support the cause. I have added 3 photos to the gallery and I’ll add more as they appear. I will also update this post with media/videos from this event. If you would like to donate or get involved to help prevent suicide among LGBTQ youth, visit The Trevor Project’s official website, thetrevorproject.org, for more information.

Edit: I’ve added more photos from the event to the gallery, and in HQ! I’ve also embedded videos below, including an interview, from the fundraiser.


TrevorLIVE LA TrevorLIVE LA TrevorLIVE LA TrevorLIVE LA TrevorLIVE LA