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The kiss was for their Disney TV Movie - Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam. Camper (Camp Rock 1, briefly in Camp Rock 2) Soon, Mitchie meets Shane Gray, who was an obnoxious and rude rockstar, who was sent to the camp by . Demi and Joe Jonas' onscreen relationship continued into real life, but only briefly. Rock. Portrayed By, Joe Jonas Shane Gray is the protagonist of Camp Rock and Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam. He is also the Later, he meets Mitchie and they become friends, yet he doesn't know she's the girl with the voice. After Tess.
Shane, doubtful that his record label and his fans would accept the song, begins to fall for Mitchie. In the cafeteria, Tess and Caitlyn begin to throw spaghetti at each other and Mitchie gets in the middle of the fight. Brown, the owner of the camp, breaks the fight up and Tess frames Caitlyn for the incident.
Brown punishes Caitlyn by having her work in the kitchen and Mitchie, who is worried that Caitlyn will learn her secret, does not help her out. When Mitchie accidentally enters the kitchen while Caitlyn is working, Caitlyn learns about Mitchie's secret.
Mitchie and Caitlyn reconcile. Shane spreads the word that he is searching for a girl with "the voice.
Shane thinks that Mitchie deceived him just to use him and Mitchie is forced out of Tess's group. Final Jam arrives and everyone is ready for performances. Peggy and Ella confront Tess and leave her group.
After that, Tess performs "2 Stars" and realizes her mom is attending, however she stumbles when her mom has to step out for a call. During the song, Mitchie and Caitlyn realize they can perform and run to the stage. As Brown announces the end of Final Jam, the spotlights turn on and he allows Mitchie to perform saying he knew that they would catch on: On the day of the Final Jam, Caitlyn and Mitchie are unable to participate, thanks to Tess for framing them for stealing her charm bracelet.
Soon the Final Jam has begun, and Tess is trying to warm up the two remaining "it" girls. But after Tess insults them for the "horrible" dancing, they both quit, leaving Tess on her own.
Tess was not nervous at all and was also shocked to see that her mother was there. Tess's performance was going great until she gets distracted when she sees her mother talking on the phone, and almost falls off the stage constantly embarassing herself and runs off the stage.
Then, Peggie takes the spotlight and gets a loud applause. Afterwards, Tess apologizes to Pegge and Ella for treating them so mean and selfish. Soon Shane recognize the song and the voice he hears and begins to sings with Mitchie.
Camp Rock 2 - Shane asks Mitchie On A Date Scene
The two then reconcile backstage and then they sing, " We Rock ". Physical Appearance In the first film, Mitchie's plain and casual appearance is influenced by her timid and quiet personality. She is average height for an early teenager, slender, has long, straight brown hair with bangs hanging right above her eyebrows, brown eyes and usually wears plain and simple outfits, such as loose shirts, simple jeans and a variety of sneakers, sandals and boots.
Her outfits are comprised of calm and earthy colors, such as blue, purple, green and red.
Mitchie's wardrobe slowly becomes more outgoing as she matures throughout her summer at Camp Rock. In the second film, Mitchie's appearance is altered almost dramatically due to her more extroverted personality and asserted independence. Her hair is now black, slightly trimmed and less straight, and her bangs are now parted on either side, showing more of her now confident face. Her sense of fashion also changed.
She now equips a variety of brightly colored sundresses, tops, sweaters, jeans, jackets and some new shoes expressing a less restricted sense of fashion and a new sense of assurance.
She has moved from earthy colors to more vibrant and energetic hues, such as yellow, orange, white, and red. One thing that hasn't changed much is her radiant smile, although it is now seen more often.
Personality When first introduced, Mitchie is shy, insecure, and easily influenced by others, especially the criticism and expectations of Tess. Although she was quite aware of her talent for music, she kept it to herself, and did nearly anything possible to get out of performing in front of an audience, or even a single friend. However, Mitchie finally builds up the courage to perform her original song, " This is Me " at Final Jam, and her overall confidence gradually begins to improve.
In the second film, Mitchie's personality is the complete opposite of what was in the original film. She is now openly comedic, outspoken, loud, and very involved in camp leaderships and preparations.
Mitchie is bold and confident, and unafraid to speak her mind or contribute new ideas.