Welcome to a new version of Elizabeth-Gillies.net or Liz Gillies Online! As you can see (if not, press F5), the site got a brand new design. I felt that it was about time to change the look, since the old design had been online for almost three months and was getting stale. This layout is a little different from all previous designs. First of all, it is (obviously) inspired by Liz's new Twitter design, since I immediately fell in love with the picture and color scheme :) Also is this design a lot simpler than the ones before, because I felt this would be nice for a change.
I hope that you guys like the new design!
Today, Liz attended the 23rd Annual Einstein Family Day in the Hamptons to perform and for a meet and greet. I have added 13 MQ pictures to the gallery, and I'm sure that there will be more soon, so stay tuned!
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The official cover art for the new Victorious video games Victorious: Taking the Lead have now been released, and I've added 2 HQ images to the gallery!
Victorious > Merchandise > Games
The games will be released for Nintendo DS and Wii on November 13. You can find more information on the games and pre-order them on Amazon!
She’s just 19, but actress Liz Gillies understands the importance of giving back. The “Victorious” star reveals one of the great perks of being a celebrity is being able to pay it forward.
She’s lending her talents to an upcoming charity event in the Hamptons to raise money for women’s cancer research. Liz will perform and meet and greet her young fans at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine’s Family Day, which typically raises $350,000.
“It’s a really excellent organization. When they reached out and asked me to be a part of it, I immediately said yes. The event, Family Day, raises money to fund breakthrough studies targeting women’s health and cancers. Having witnessed so many of my close friends’ mothers go through cancer, it’s a cause that’s very close to my heart. I’m fortunate to get to be involved,” reveals Liz to Healthy Hollywood.
Plus, taking charitable action is simply good for your health – both physically and mentally. Study after study shows that being charitable will increase happiness, lessen stress, and even make our hearts healthier.
Liz is also teaching others about healthy eating. She’s a vegan, not by choice but because she’s allergic to gluten.
“In the beginning it was hard, now I’m pretty used to it. I still constantly crave burgers, cheese and all the foods I can’t have, but I’ve learned to live without them,” adds Liz.
And, for others thinking going vegan, Liz has this advice, “Don’t cut everything out at once. Gradually eliminate foods out of your diet, and see how you feel. Make sure to find ways to balance out your diet so that you’re getting all the nutrients you need.”
For more information on the 23rd Annual Einstein Hampton Family Day, which is happening on August 5th, click here.
Liz will be on the panel of tonight's Figure It Out episode, along with Mikey Reid, Gracie Dzienny, and Noah Munck! Figure It Out is a game show featuring everyday kids with extraordinary -- and sometimes completely bizarre -- talents and abilities. A panel of Nickelodeon stars and special celebrity guests attempt to decipher the contestant's special talent through three rounds of guessing. It's always fun to watch!
So make sure to to tune in to Nick at 7/6c! If you missed Liz's last apperance on Figure It Out, you can buy the episode on iTunes.
Also, by the looks of it, Liz will be in another episode on August 8!