8 reasons why we can't wait to watch Blurt tonight on Nickelodeon
Are you known for blurting out every little thing that comes to your mind? You're not alone! Jeremy Martin—the main character in the all-new Nickelodeon movie Blurt—understands your pain.
In the premiere of tonight's movie, Jeremy (Henry Danger's Jace Norman) puts on a pair of virtual reality glasses, and that's where things get wonky. He starts spouting whatever's on his mind, no matter where he is or how embarrassing the thought is—like, say, in the middle of history class when he calls his teacher old or admitting to his sister Victoria (JoJo Siwa) how good he would look in a bow.
Get a sneak peak of the TV movie below...
Here's why we're so stoked to see Blurt tonight at 7 p.m. EST on Nickelodeon:
It's totally relatable
Jeremy reminds us that even if you tell your crush that they turn your legs into jelly...everything will be OK (well, eventually).
We've always wanted to try virtual reality
Jeremy's problems begin when he puts on a pair of virtual reality glasses at the mall. Man, we can't wait to see how these things work!
Jace stars in it, so you know it's going to be good
We heart Jace in Henry Danger, Splitting Adam, Rufus and Rufus 2. Seeing him in *another* Nick movie is a dream come true.
We get an amazing dose of JoJo Siwa
Do you think JoJo will use any of her fab dance moves in the flick? We certainly hope so!
Jeremy and Victoria are #siblinggoals
Sure, Jeremy and Victoria argue, but V isn't letting her brother Jeremy face this problem alone. She is helping him out in the funniest, sweetest way ever!
Obvi: Daniella Perkins
Her character, Milley, goes head to head with Jeremy in the student council race and we know she's going to bring the LOLs. She's the *best* kind of funny.
The Jeremy vs. Milley competition gets heated
Jeremy must learn to use his inside voice for good when he runs for for president and realizes that Milley has *so* many good ideas for the school. We can't wait to see who wins!
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