Before the summer ends, the Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato will return to the wilderness one more time in "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam." While on "Good Morning America" and on tour, they've teased fans with new songs from the movie's soundtrack. But what's the most exciting thing about the flick itself? MTV News caught up with some of the "Camp Rock 2" stars to find out.
"I'm excited for everybody to see the dance numbers and performance numbers," Matthew Finley said. "I feel like we worked really hard. There were several genres of music in there. Listening to the soundtrack gets me amped and excited, so I'm ready to see it with action and with the movie."
In the sequel to 2008's "Camp Rock," Lovato and her fellow campers are heading toward a showdown with their rivals in Camp Star. "We just battle it out and see which camp wins and there's a lot of cool, fun songs and dances," Jasmine Richards said.
But it wouldn't be summer without a little romance either. Chloe Bridges, who plays Nick Jonas' love interest, said that the movie will surprise people.
"It doesn't lack realness and emotionality, which might not be what people are expecting because there's obviously very fun entertainment," Bridges told MTV News. "It's fun to watch. Its big dance numbers and fun music, but there's also very real moments — especially with the romance, which is where I come in. So it's really cool."
Roshon Fegan said, "I'm just looking forward to the fans' response. I want to know what they think about it. I think that's what we all are really excited for."
The Jonas Brothers described the sequel to the 2008 film as "next level", in part because of where the film was shot. "The staging was phenomenal for the film. We were always filming somewhere different. Every other day was a new location. For us, that was really exciting because for the first one we stuck to about three different sets, and this time probably having 15, 16 different sets, for us, that was really exciting," Joe Jonas explained.
"Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" airs Friday (September 3) on the Disney Channel.
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