In the latest episode of the Billboard video series "Quizzed," Zooey Deschanel visits New Girl superfan Grace VanderWaal at her soundcheck to test her knowledge when it comes to trivia related to all things Jessica Day & Co. to find out if she is, in fact, the world’s biggest New Girl fan.
Sitting at a table on the stage at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles, Deschanel and VanderWaal are surrounded by props from the show that any New Girl fan would love to get their hands on, including some knitting, Jess Day’s glasses, and that adorable sparkly tiny hat that she wore (and VanderWaal gets to wear the glasses and the hat for the duration of the episode).
Billie Eilish Proves She's the Ultimate 'The Office' Fan as Rainn Wilson Quizzes Her on Show Trivia: Watch Broken up into three different rounds, the first round consists of true or false questions, such as whether Jess broke up with Robby because they found out they were second cousins, if the name of Schmidt’s councilwoman girlfriend was Elizabeth, and if Winston interrupted Cece’s wedding by playing the “Cha-Cha Slide.”
Grace VanderWaal hosted her Billboard Live At-Home concert1 on Thursday afternoon (April 16), raising money for My Friend's Place, which assists and inspires homeless youth to build self-sufficient lives.
Ukulele in hand, plants in the background and her dog Frankie snoozing on the bed, the 16-year-old set up an atmosphere to bring viewers zen amid an anxiety-inducing coronavirus crisis. "I've been in a super peaceful mood today, really mellow," she explained. "I'm sorry for people who don't really want the mellowness--this probably isn't the live for you, because this is going to be a very mellow, calming live."
"It's the vibes, you know? I have candles burning, my dog is sleeping, so I'm just in that mood."
Colbie Caillat & Gone West Bandmate/Ex-Fiance Justin Young Team Up for Billboard Live At-Home Concert The songstress went on to perform stripped-back renditions of "Ur So Beautiful," "I Don't Like You" and her Stargirl track, "Today and Tomorrow."
She ended her 20-minute performance by serenading viewers with "Moon River," originally written by Henry Mancini and made popular by Audrey Hepburn in VanderWaal's “favorite movie,” Breakfast at Tiffany’s.