Having heard of the numerous nominations received by the Hannah Montana franchise
at the Kids' Choice Awards (two, actually), we can't help but wonder how it managed that without its talented stars. Most of them are already doing their best to make it on their own in this business, breaking free from the Disney show. One of them is actress Emily Osment, who has recently announced yet another musical endeavor of hers: the "Clap Your Hands" tour.
The star's latest affair will kick off this March, hoping to draw in audiences with promos. According to Osment's official website, she's going to give away special VIP tickets to several lucky fans.
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Excited about the big event, the 17-year-old musician first posted the news on her Twitter account. "Time to get up, and get rowdy! My spring "Clap Your Hands" tour is coming to a city near you. All info at officialemilyosment.com PARTY!" she wrote.
You can find the list of official tour dates on her website
. She'll start off the "Clap Your Hands" tour at the House of Blues in Anaheim, California on March 7, extending the event to May.
As for the so-called VIP tickets, here are the details from Emily Osment's site.
"A limited number of special VIP tickets will also be available. These VIP packages will include a private meet and greet soundcheck party backstage with Emily, a collectible backstage laminate pass and an exclusive limited edition poster that Emily will personally autograph!"
If that isn't enough to excite her fans, she also put up a video inviting everyone to her tour this spring.
The clip kind of makes you wonder. Not about the tour, but what Emily Osment did last Valentine's Day. Anyway, don't miss her on the "Clap Your Hands" tour this March if you're that big of a fan. Reading what she said to the London Press
, we can see that she really does appreciate her followers.
"They're the reason I do this; they're the reason I'm able to put out an album and be able to play these morning shows and go on tour," Emily Osment exclaimed. "If nobody cared about the album or if we did a bad job promoting it, I wouldn't be going on tour right now."
Source: Emily Osment's Official Site
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