Amidst "The Hunger Games" hype, one of its stars Jacqueline Emerson releases a music video for her new single "Catch Me If You Can". The actress, who plays Foxface in the highly-anticipated movie, is seen frolicking on the beach with some friends.
27-year-old Jacqueline is no stranger to music. The "Father of the Pride" star has pursued an interest in singing and acting since a young age. She once played in Disney recording band Dev2.o, and then released a single "Peter Pan" in 2011.
Comparing her old song to her new one, she told Teen Vogue, " 'Catch Me If You Can' is a lot more upbeat and a lot more pop. More of a dance tune, but there's also a deeper message to it, like all of the songs I do. It's about running away from your past and I don't know if you necessary hear that when you hear the song, but that's what I had in mind."
Jacqueline also talked about her character as a female tribute from District 5 in the Jennifer Lawrence-starring movie. She said, "She's a bit smarter than I am. She's a genius. She's very, very sly and cunning and smart. She figured out so much stuff in the games that I wouldn't have figured out."
Not only is she a big fan of "The Hunger Games", but she is also fond of the songs created for the movie, especially the ballad track sung by Taylor Swift and The Civil Wars. "I have to say I love 'Safe & Sound' by Taylor Swift," she gushed before adding, "I'm thinking of doing a cover."
Jacqueline Emerson's "Catch Me If You Can" music video