The characters on Nickelodeon's True Jackson, VP always seem to end up in crazy situations. Whether they are babysitting a prince and get accused of kidnapping or just doing crazy stuff around the Mad Style office, True and her friends always find themselves on odd adventures. The brand new TV movie, "Trapped In Paris," premiering May 20 at 8 p.m. on Nickelodeon, is no different.
True (Keke Palmer), despite being a teenager, is the vice president at a fashion company called Mad Style. True and her friend Lulu (Ashley Argota) lose their boss's wife's wedding ring. They don't want their boss (Greg Proops) to find out, so they head to Paris to get it back. They pretend to be flight attendants. They meet a young girl (guest star Gage Golightly) who is running away to Paris.
"She's so much fun," Keke said about working with Gage Golightly on the movie. "She really has a great personality."
In Paris, True and Lulu get kidnapped by a billionaire. True's love interest Jimmy (Robbie Amell), friend Ryan (Matt Shively), enemy/co-worker Amanda (Danielle Bisutti) and Mad Style receptionist Oscar (Ron Butler) attempt to save True and Lulu, but also run into trouble.
"We weren't even in the same scene together, unfortunately," Keke said about her brother, Thinker, who also guest starred. "I wish that we were. He was in a scene with Danielle."
"He did such a great job. I was so proud of him," Keke said after seeing her brother film.
After the show, Nickelodeon will air a special about Keke Palmer called 7 Secrets: Keke Palmer. It's the perfect way for fans to learn more about the star of the show. Keke will reveal secrets about her life that only her closest friends know such as how her perfect date went wrong and her worst experience on an airplane. Another way to get to know Keke is by following her on Twitter.
"I'm really excited," Keke said about 7 Secrets: Keke Palmer, "I love when people get to know my personality." Keke said she wanted her fans to get to know her, as opposed to thinking of her character as her.
Keke compared "Trapped In Paris" to Scooby-Doo. There will be laughs, crashes, and lots of adventure. It's much more action packed than the normal half hour show.