Like “Magnolia,” the sassy teenager she portrays on the CW Television Network’s “Hart of Dixie,” 16-year-old Lee displays a mildly rebellious side when she sings, “They say it’s not right and they say I’m all-wrong, But they never felt love like a love this strong, Don’t give a darn for what they have to say.”
Lee will perform “Take My Hand” during the season 2, second episode of “Hart of Dixie” on October 9. Although not the first time “Magnolia” has sung on the show, it will be the first time the character has performed a song from Lee’s debut album, “Here Right Now.”
“I think a lot of teenagers will relate to ‘Take My Hand,’ because their parents are not in favor of their kids dating certain people,” Lee said. “It has a ‘Romeo & Juliet’ message, but this song is also about just being independent and following your dreams.”
The release of “Take My Hand” follows Lee’s previous singles, the playfully romantic “Hollywood Sunset,” the country-rap “3 Leaf Clover” and Lee’s anti-bullying song “It Gets Better,” all of which have accompanying music videos on YouTube.
In addition to her music and “Hart of Dixie,” Lee is known for her work on the popular Disney sitcom “Zeke and Luther,” which airs in more than 50 countries. She is also shooting the movie “Kick-Ass 2” for Universal Pictures, based on the popular comic book series created by Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr. In the film, she plays “Brooke,” the leader of a high school posse and nemesis of the character “Mindy Macready / Hit-Girl” (Chloë Grace Moretz).
A native of West Lafayette, Indiana, Lee moved to Los Angeles in 2010 to pursue a career in music and acting, and now divides her time between Los Angeles, Nashville and West Lafayette. More information about Claudia Lee is available at www.ClaudiaLeeLive.com. She can be followed at Twitter@ClaudiaLeeLive.
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