Sunday, January 19, 2014

Coco Jones - Party

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Coco Jones - Party

By Rych McCain International/Nationally Syndication Entertainment Columnist McCain and
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Coco Jones Celebrates Her Sweet 16!

Coco Jones on red carpet (with gold Pastry Sneakers)

Coco tasting a cupcake
     Recording artist and actress
Courtney (Coco) Jones celebrated her “Sweet 16” birthday party at the swank SLS Hotel Garden Terrace in Beverly Hills. The evening festivities began with a red carpet lined with press that took photos and conducted interviews. A bevy of Hollywood’s hottest teen stars arrived decked out in their party fashion best and slowly made their way down the carpet including the birthday girl who was rocking a flashy gold pair of Pastry Girl sneakers. Jones is an ambassador for the sneaker and lifestyle brand that aims to empower and inspire girls through the 1U campaign, encouraging girls to fully express who they are with confidence. 

     Later in the evening a special surprise was unveiled featuring the video premiere of the new single “Glitter,” co-written and performed by Coco Jones & Katie Armiger, the anthem to celebrate the 1U mission to inspire girls to stand up for themselves and be heard. Other Pastry Ambassadors in attendance included: 

Alli Simpson - New single "Why I'm Single" video drew over 4 million views on YouTube. (Preview).

Madison Pettis - star of Nickelodeon's "Life with Boy"

Jessica Jarrell - opened for Justin Bieber & Cody Simpson on tour and performed duets with both. Her music videos have drawn millions of views


(Show link)

ALLI SIMPSON - Why I'm Single [Offici
Coco's gift Fiesta Ford

 In addition to being a Pastry Girl Ambassador, Jones represented the Ford Motor Company Teen Driving program and was presented the keys to a new Ford Fiesta. When asked about her involvement in the Ford program, Jones was all smiles saying, “It was actually really, really amazing. I did a bunch of videos talking about teen driving. They actually have a website where they give you all of these tips on driving and everything. But I’m actually learning to drive manual so getting to have that experience with my fans and teaching my fan the tips that I have learned was really awesome.”

      A slick DJ kept the sounds kickin’ and the food being served by waiters circulating the garden terrace was mouth watering delicious. Other star teen guests in the packed house affair included Leroya Sanford, Katherine McNamara, Zendaya Coleman, Ashlee Keating, Danielle Curiel, Austin North, Bryan J, Audrey Whitby, Donis Leonard, Jr., Dylan Snyder, Jake Short, Gracie Dzienny, Jaylen Barron, Scotty Noyd, Olivia Holt, The McClain sisters Sierra, Lauren and China Anne and many other just to name a few! Happy Sweet 16 Coco!

                     Coco Jones Sweet 16

  Music artist Courtney “Coco” Jones starred on Radio Disney’s Next Big Thing (N.B.T) and in the Disney Channel movie “Let it Shine” celebrated her Sweet Sixteen Party at the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills.  I love that instead of bringing gifts she asked invited guests to bring a clothing donation to be given to Threads for Teens, ( a non-profit organization which help disadvantage girls build self-esteem with gifts of clothing, support and education).   In an industry where people can be self-absorbed she used the occasion to bring awareness and help under privileged girls.  The famous quote, “it’s better to give than to receive” seems true because Ford gave her a cool new car.   Car beats just about every gift any day.   Coco will have a ball driving that around town, I just hope to get a chance to cruise with her in it one day.   

(L) Leroya         (R) Coco

    The party was packed with a bunch of stars from the Big Screen, Disney and Nickelodeon.   Most people were so amazingly cool and down to earth like China Anne McClain.  She’s such a class act.   However I think a couple young celebs need to remember they are always “on stage”.   Like I saw one celeb, (that I’m not going to name), was asked to take a picture.  This person put on the smile and took a great photo.  The person gracefully thanked the celeb and I began to walk over to say hello.  Then as soon as the person began to walk away, the celeb turned around and rolled their eyes behind the person’s back that they just took the picture with.  It made me stop in my tracks.  I was going to say hello but it was obvious that this “star” didn’t want to be bothered.  To all my peeps, you have my permission to keep me in check and rip me a new one if I ever act like that. 

     Finally a quick shout out to Holly Taylor and Emily Erskine from Rogers & Cowan for an amazing job.  These classy professional ladies work so hard but make it look so easy.
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