Stacey Grant

Pop Culture Writer

New York, New York

Stacey Grant

Passionate nostalgia writer with a modern twist.



Disney Star Ross Lynch On The Challenge Of Playing A Young Jeffrey Dahmer

Transitioning from Disney Channel heartthrob to darker, more mature roles is no easy task, but Ross Lynch makes it look effortless. For years, fans have known Lynch as Austin Moon on Austin & Ally and Brady in Teen Beach Movie, but he'll soon be known as one of history's most vile characters: Jeffrey Dahmer. Link to Story

13 Places Dora Really Shouldn't Have Explored

Nick Jr. star Dora the Explorer gets more than she bargains for when she ventures into the worlds of various horror and fantasy films.
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After 10 Long Years, I've Finally Accepted My OCD

Hi, my name is Stacey Grant. I'm turning 24 years old this October and was diagnosed with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder when I was 14. It's been brought to my attention this week is National Suicide Prevention Week, and I'd like to share my story with you about a mental disorder that seems to get put on the backburner. Link to Story

The Women Of Bridge To Terabithia Reflect On The Film’s Magic 10 Years Later

In 1977, Katherine Paterson wrote a book called Bridge to Terabithia to help her 8-year-old son, David, cope with losing his best friend after she was struck and killed by lightning. Fast-forward 30 years, and David adapted his mom's novel for the big screen, writing the script and signing on as a producer. Link to Story

Boy Meets World’s Shawn And Angela Were Never Meant To Be Cory And Topanga

Warning: There are spoilers for the Girl Meets World episode "Girl Meets Upstate" below. Shawn Hunter and Angela Moore were America’s TV sweethearts in the late ’90s — after Cory and Topanga, of course. The Boy Meets World lovebirds first became a couple on the Season 5 episode "Chasing Angela" and were on-again, off-again for the rest of the series. Link to Story

Why You’re Still Not Over The Ending Of ‘The Mist’

On Nov. 21, 2007, a supernatural horror film premiered that involved a bunch of people trapped in a supermarket while an ominous mist blocked their escape. Based on the 1984 novella by Stephen King, "The Mist" raked in over $25 million domestically, and over $57 million worldwide, according to Box Office Mojo. Link to Story

12 Disney and Nick Stars Who Switched to Darker Roles

Take a look at all the celebs from your childhood who are now playing real-life serial killers and garden-variety murderers.
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Raven-Symoné Explains How Raven And Devon's Relationship Has Changed Since That's So Raven

When we last saw Raven Baxter (Raven-Symoné) and Devon Carter (Jonathan McDaniel) on That's So Raven, they were high-school sweethearts battling through a long-distance relationship. Flash-forward a decade after the Disney Channel show ended, and Raven and Devon are divorced with fraternal twins Booker (Issac Ryan Brown) and Nia (Navia Robinson), on the new spin-off, Raven's Home. Link to Story

Unpopular Opinion: She’s The Man Is Better Than Mean Girls

She's the Man turns 10 today (March 17), which means I've been championing it over Mean Girls for a solid decade. All right, let's get one thing straight: I love Mean Girls just as much as the next person, but if I were forced to pick one to save for posterity and one to ban from mankind for eternity, I'd save She's the Man for several reasons. Link to Story

How Jimmy Neutron Went From A Childhood Nickname To A Major Franchise

No one captured the feeling of being brilliant in a dull world better than James Isaac Neutron. Fifteen years ago today (December 21), Nickelodeon Movies released its first CGI film: Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius. The movie was supposed to be a TV series first, but the network loved John A. Davis’s pitch about a child genius so much that they also wanted to make a feature film. Link to Story

Get To Know The Real Corey Fogelmanis, Beyond Just Farkle On Girl Meets World

Corey Fogelmanis first played Farkle Minkus on Girl Meets World’s pilot in June 2014. Fast-forward two years, and he’s one of Disney Channel’s biggest stars — but he’s more than just Farkle. He’s also a photographer. Cameras have always been a part of the 17-year-old’s life, thanks to his mom’s interest in the art. Link to Story

28 Nick Stars Who Snuck Their Way Onto Other Nick Shows

Nickelodeon's been around for forever and a day and has produced some true staples of our childhood. It launched the careers of so many faves — including Ariana Grande, Kenan Thompson, and Amanda Bynes — and gifted us with amazing catchphrases like "Hug me, brotha!" But several sneaky celebs guest-starred on other Nickelodeon shows before, during, and after filming their own series. Link to Story


Stacey Grant

"If you really want to hear about it, the first thing you’ll probably want to know is where I was born, and what my lousy childhood was like, and how my parents were occupied and all before they had me, and all that David Copperfield kind of crap, but I don’t feel like going into it, if you want to know the truth."

While I can't sum up my life better than Holden Caulfield can, I will tell you I've been an entertainment writer and reporter for MTV News, BuzzFeed, HTZ Apps, and Lone Star Film Society. I also regularly wrote for MTV's Snapchat Discover channel.

I also worked at Time Inc. as a digital media intern, coordinating with several of the brands to produce content for the company's then-parternship with the app Trivia Crack.

I've interviewed myriad of celebs via in-person, phone, and email, and have maintained numerous connections with both talent and publicists.

Moreover, I've had training with different content management systems, social media, GIF making, light coding, and Photoshop.



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  • GIF making
  • Snapchat
  • Interviewing
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  • Writing