When we last left off with MTV’s “Faking It,” the state of the Karma / Amy friendship was in disarray, let alone anything else that the two could have. After Amy confessed to being in love with her best friend, she followed up that rejection with sleeping with Karma’s sort-of-boyfriend Liam, who was drunk and upset over being duped in his own way.
How will that story play out? It is still to be seen, but we can only imagine it being so long before the secret rears its head. Those sort of things do always come out, don’t they? Regardless of that, Karma is going to make preserving a friendship into a priority, which may be more than complicated thanks to the added layers that were put onto it. Stevens spoke recent to Out Magazine on the subject, and explained how we are going to see a different side of the story:
“I’m really excited about this season because the tables have turned … For my character, this season is all about is maintaining her friendship with Amy and making sure that friendship doesn’t go away.”
Stevens also said that you can expect more singing moving forward, which we are not too surprised about given her status as a former “American Idol” finalist, along with the talents of some other people in the cast. If you have certain gifts, why not find a way to implement them into the show? The new presence of Laverne Cox (“Orange Is the New Black”) as a drama teacher should help that even further.
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