March 31, 2012 04:51:50 GMT
The 14-year-old singer takes a podium to portray an eccentric character, who is tapped as a campaign manager in her friend's run to be class president.
Rachel Crow gets into politics when making her acting debut via "Fred: The Show". In her first look on the Nickelodeon show, the contestant in the inaugural season of "The X Factor (US)" is featured standing on a podium for what seems to be a class president campaign.
Donning a red dress, Crow's character Starr is smiling confidently while joining her friend Fred (Lucas Cruikshank), who takes another podium. In the Friday, April 6 episode of the show, she will help him in his quest to be class president by serving as a campaign manager.
However, "when the election gets dirty, Starr decides to run against Fred and his opponent, Kevin (Jake Weary)," so E! Online reports.
Back in February, Crow described her recurring character as a "spunky and crazy" girl who "wants to be a star." She will show off her vocal chops on the show as she dished, "What's really cool is on that show, you get to show both sides - singing and acting - which is right up my alley."
In addition to signing a deal with Nickelodeon, the 14-year-old has signed a record deal with Sony Music-owned Columbia Records. She is also set to join Big Time Rush's Summer Tour 2012 along with Cody Simpson.