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News video: Who is Hollywood's Next BIG Thing? Paris Jackson, Dove Cameron or Noah Cyrus? -JS

Who is Hollywood's Next BIG Thing? Paris Jackson, Dove Cameron or Noah Cyrus? -JS 05:25

The Kylie Jenners and Selena Gomez's of the world might be the talk of the town now, but one day, maybe in the distant future, they'll cool off and someone will take their place in the spotlight. So just who will be Hollywood's next big thing? Heather and Maddison discuss, and we want to know who YOU...

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