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Posted on January 07, 2014 and filed under Callie Jacob, Interviews, Maia Mitchell, The Fosters

“In the next episodes you’re gonna see the whole family dealing with that. Obviously, Brandon and Jude are the only ones who really know why she ran away – which is because she kissed Brandon — and so they’re kind of dealing with that,” Maia told AccessHollywood.com’s Laura Saltman during a recent visit to the show’s set. “And then, Callie and Wyatt are on this adventure together. The [moms] have just been married, so it’s kind of [the] honeymoon from hell. There’s a lot going on.”

“Callie is kind of lost. She’s super lost and somehow — I can’t tell you how — but she ends up in this group home, which is basically for juvenile girls. A lot of foster kids go there as well, and so basically, Rosie O’Donnell is running this place and so you meet Rosie O’Donnell, who is kind of my mentor,” Maia explained. “She teaches me a lot about myself and makes me kind of face some things in my past that I haven’t quite faced yet.”

“We meet all these other girls who have gone through really similar situations, who are also dealing with some really, really full on issues, which I think a lot of people are gonna be able to relate to,” Maia said.

“These girls are really edgy and we found some amazing actresses,” she added.

As for what it was like to work with Broadway, movie and TV veteran Rosie, Maia said she had fun.

“She’s so cool. She definitely represents what our show is about, of course, and yeah, she just brought this kind of fresh energy to the set,” Maia said. “I basically got to work with like a whole new cast of people.”


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