Tuesday Greenwood has everything: she's young, a TV star, and a pop singer with a huge fan base. She's also very sad - she desperately wants to break free of her "bubble gum image" and move on to a more mature singer career. Her problem? Mom and Uncle Monty. Her help? Her number one ANTI-Fan. Which side will win out? More
Mistaken Identity Back Blurb
"Things are not always what they seem." Phaedrus by Plato
Sixteen year old recording artist and sitcom star – Tuesday Greenwood – is outgrowing her bubblegum image and preteen fanatical fans. She wants desperately to reinvent herself to appeal to her generation as an innovative rocker. With snarky help from Zelda – her antagonistic anti-fan – Tuesday changes her music genre and her look to not-so-innocent.
However, her mother, who is also her manager, and Uncle Monty, who is her agent, but not really her uncle, stand firmly in her way with their own grandiose plan: the high school that collects the most money for Tuesday's favorite charity will be awarded with the pop star performing her platinum singles at their prom. But their promotional gig backfires when Tuesday gravitates toward one of the students.
With mom and Monty pulling her one way and Zelda the other, which way will Tuesday go, or will she be torn apart?