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Danger in the Spotlight is the latest #StrangerDanger movie to hit LMN, and our Sonia Isabelle spoke to star Jessica Morris about what fans can expect from the thriller.

Jessica Morris is no stranger to TV drama. The star made waves on the soap One Life to Live, and she's now taking her talents to LMN for an intriguing role.

Danger in the Spotlight tells the story of a woman, who is an former addict, that gets into a major car accident that paralyzes a famous ballerina. The catch? She hasn't had a drink in over a year, but she wakes up in her car with alcohol on her breath. This hit and run leads to Morris' character becoming the caretaker fir the ballerina.

"There are a lot of twists and turns, things you aren't expecting that happen obviously in the end...but I'll leave that for a surprise!"

In addition to Danger in the Spotlight, Morris is working on a series of projects with Lifetime. In our interview, she shares how excited she is to work with a brand with such a passionate fan base.

"I feel like people get really excited about Lifetime movies because they're kind of guilty pleasures. They don't take themselves too seriously so when you watch them you can get into it and people tweet. So part of that is fun for me too because I love watching people's comments and reading what everyone has to say about it. It's a fun ride!"

Danger in the Spotlight premieres August 27th on LMN.

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