News and Updates

Jul 10
Hallmark Channel Event + New Project
Bailee attended a Hallmark Channel Red Carpet event a couple of days ago and she looked amazing! I absolutely adore her hairstyle. Photos of said event have been added to our gallery, so be sure to visit it before you leave.

At the event, it was announced that Bailee had joined the cast of Hallmark Channel's "The Good Witch" series, in which she'll play the daughter of Cassie Nightingale, the main character. Huge congratulations, Bailee!

Posted by: Dani
Jul 08
"The Fosters" Episode 4
As you probably already know, Bailee was on last night's episode of "The Fosters". I absolutely loved her character, Sophia... She's beyond sweet! I'm really excited to see what the season has in store for her. If you missed it, don't worry! Clips of our girl in the episode are available to download here. You'll also find screencaps of it in our gallery.

Posted by: Dani
Jul 07
Teen Vogue Article
Bailee Madison isn't your average 14-year-old. Sure, she loves painting her friends' nails and making fun DIY music videos (true story—she told us!), but she's also a complete superstar who's busier as a teenager than most people will be their entire lives. This girl's plate is about as full as they get, and wanna know the craziest part? She's still hungry for more.

You may have seen Bailee star alongside Selena Gomez in Wizards of Waverly Place, but she's come a long way since her Disney days. Not only is she part of the Trophy Wife family, but she's got a billion other projects up her sleeve too, and playing the exciting-slash-totally-shocking role of Maia Mitchell's newfound half-sister, Sophia, on The Fosters is just one of them. Tonight is the night Callie and Sophia meet for the first time, and even though the show is fiction, these two know they could play off being long-lost sisters any day. "It was crazy because Maia and I had gone back and forth on Twitter a year before the show," Bailee says. "She would write me telling me a girl came up to her hyperventilating because she thought she was Maxine from Wizards, and she thanked her on my behalf. Then I'd be like, 'No joke, I was just in Catalina and girls were screaming at me because they loved you in Teen Beach Movie, and I also thanked them on your behalf.' When they told us we were playing sisters, I was jumping for joy."

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Posted by: Dani
Jul 06
"The Fosters" Tomorrow!
Episode stills and behind-the-scenes photos of tomorrow's episode of "The Fosters" have been added to our gallery. Don't forget to tune in tomorrow at 9/8c on ABC Family for Bailee's big episode, and make sure to tweet your reactions to @BaileeMadison!

Posted by: Dani
Jul 03
"Northpole" Teaser Trailer
Check out the teaser trailer for Hallmark Channel's new original movie, "Northpole", starring our very own Bailee Madison!

Posted by: Dani
Jul 01
"The Fosters" Episode 4 Preview
Even though we've met Bailee's character Sophia through a short scene and a letter, next week is her big episode! As we saw in the promo after last night's episode, Callie has decided to meet her half-sister, and ABC Family released a preview that features our girl in "The Fosters". Check it out!

Posted by: Dani
Jun 24
"The Fosters" Episode 2
Warning: This update contains spoilers for the second episode of the current season of "The Fosters".

Although we didn't exactly get to meet Bailee's character this week on "The Fosters", we did get to hear her voice and find out more information on her: Her name is Sophia Quinn, and she is Callie's half sister. If you click here, you'll download the scene in which Callie reads the letter Sophia sent her (and miss Bailee does a voice over for this scene!).

Let's hope Callie and the audience get to meet Sophia in next week's episode! Don't forget to tune in on Monday at 9/8c on ABC Family.
Posted by: Dani
Jun 24
"Serving Up Lemonade And Hope", An Article Written By Bailee
My name is Bailee Madison and I am blessed to be the youth spokesperson for Alex's Lemonade Stand, a foundation that is very dear to my heart.

Few people have the opportunity to impact the lives of thousands, even over an entire lifetime. Alex Scott accomplished more in much less time. Alex was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a type of childhood cancer, shortly before her first birthday.

Around 2000, at age 4, Alex asked her mom if she could start a lemonade stand to raise money for pediatric cancer research. She wanted to help the doctors find a way to make other children like her feel better. She continued to put up lemonade stands until she lost her battle with cancer four years later in 2004, at the age of 8.

By that time Alex had raised over a million dollars for pediatric cancer research. I was so inspired by Alex's story that I always say "You are never too young to make a difference." Alex Scott has proven that to be true.

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