Pop artist Alex Aiono joins sisters Bailee Madison and Kaitlin Vilasuso in studio to talk about family, break ups, and his upcoming #fun23 concert tour. This 23 year old rising star shares his best advice for inspiring musicians, talks about being discovered playing on the Santa Monica Promenade, and reveals his JBU secret! Plus there is a lot of hilarious placenta talk circling Alex's sister being pregnant. Alex is a singer, producer, and YouTuber originally from Phoenix, Arizona. This rising star's amassed more than 858 million views and 5.9 million followers on YouTube, 2.4 million Instagram followers, and 2.3 million Facebook followers. Just Between Us is produced in partnership with PodcastOne and The Direct Message, with executive producers Crystal Fambrini and John Ryan, Jr. (Co-Founders of The Direct Message).
Sisters Bailee Madison & Kaitlin Vilasuso have a double sister date with Laura Marano and Vanessa Marano at Bailee's home. The sisters talk about work, life, JBU moments and of course boys, specifically boybands. Laura starred in the Disney Channel series Austin & Ally as Ally Dawson. Vanessa starred in television movies and had recurring roles in such series as Without a Trace, Gilmore Girls, Ghost Whisperer, Scoundrels, Grey's Anatomy and The Young and the Restless. The sisters have collaborated on a film based on The New York Times best-selling author Alyson Noel's award-winning young adult novel SAVING ZOň, which will be released in theaters + VOD on July 12th. They serve as producers and star in the teen thriller that follows a teenage girl as she looks to discover the truth behind her sister's murder in a story that hopes to bring to light how prevalent sex crimes and trafficking are online. The film is very special to Vanessa and Laura and finds them as producers alongside their mother Ellen Marano who optioned the novel ten years ago. Just Between Us is produced in partnership with PodcastOne and The Direct Message, with executive producers Crystal Fambrini and John Ryan, Jr. (Co-Founders of The Direct Message).