KJ Apa Surprises Fans on Ellen Show, Talks New Christian Movie by Jeremy Camp
If you’re a parent of a teenage girl, there’s no doubt that KJ Apa has become a household name.
The 22-year-old, best known for his role of Archie Andrews in the hit CW show, “Riverdale” is hitting the big screen in March for one of the most romantic movies of the year.
The New Zealand-born actor is starring as Jeremy Camp in the upcoming Christian film, I Still Believe, which hits theaters March 13.
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The film, which is based on the real-life love story of Christian Musician, Jeremy Camp, and his wife Melissa (played by Britt Robertson), has already been named the Top Romantic Film of 2020 by Seventeen Magazine.
Apa stopped by the Ellen Degeneres Show last week, where he surprised ‘Riverdale’ Fans backstage at the show, and talked briefly about the upcoming film.
Producers asked fans their favorite things about KJ Apa, and while they gushed about the New Zealander on camera, he casually joins into the conversation.
As you can imagine, the fans were shocked and excited, all while Apa, who was admittedly nervous, posed for photos with the fans.
Catch KJ Apa in I Still Believe, hitting theaters March 13th.
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