Next on Life Unexpected: Music Faced

By • Oct 9th, 2010 • Category: Leading, Shiri Appleby

The all-new “Life Unexpected” episode “Music Faced”, which is going to air on October 12, 2010, happens to be a crossover episode with “One Tree Hill”. Don’t miss it!

In this music episode Sarah McLachlan, Ben Lee and Rain Perry perform at a music festival, sponsored by a Portland radio station and hosted by Ryan (Kerr Smith).

This crossover episode of “Life Unexpected” brings “One Tree Hill” characters Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) and Mia (Kate Voegele) to a music festival, sponsored by a Portland radio station and hosted by Ryan (Kerr Smith). At the concert, Haley and Cate (Shiri Appleby) meet and discover that they have incredibly similar pasts. It turns out that both women were somewhat nerdy, overachieving teenagers who got pregnant in high school by athletes named Nate (or Nathan). And when a secret of Cate’s gets outed, Cate turns to Haley for advice. Additionally, in the episode, Grammy-Award winner Sarah McLachlan performs her new single “Forgiveness”. Additional musical performances include “One Tree Hill” series star Galeotti and recurring guest star Voegele, along with Ben Lee and Rain Perry

Singer and songwriter Sarah McLachlan will sing her new single “Forgiveness” on stage of the radio station’s “Sugar Magnolia music festival”. Her music played a key role on “Roswell”. “Fear” played in the healing scene, when Max makes a connection to Shiri Appleby’s character Liz and sees lots of images of her. This song can be heard later on the show again, when Liz can see the “real” Max via a connection.

For the “One Tree Hill” character Haley, McLachlan’s appearance will make a special moment as well. Find out why and read some further spoilers about this episode on www.zap2it.com

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  • “One Tree Hill” airs at 8/7c on the CW. “Life Unexpected” follows at 9/8c.

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