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Girls Are Watching Roc is a short musical movie based on The Roc's Life Franchise, it features Roc and the Roc's Life charectars singing and dancing to Roc's version of Somebody's Watching Me.

By: Roc.

April 10th, 2016.

PlotEdit

Roc, Rayah and the crew prepare for a second Girls Night Out semester.

By: Roc.

April 10th, 2016.

StoryEdit

The movie begins with Roc, Devon, her sister Anna, Ted and Phil leaving a dance theatre. The crew sing their own short version of Somebody's Watching Me. While the duo continue singing, boys and girls sing along. When they enter a gate, the duo start singing the full version of the song. Roc and his friends then enter a park and see a elevator far away from it. The people then see shadows of girls, the girls start coming toward them and when the girls come they stop.

Zeke then plays his radio and Roc then sees Devon and Anna wearing pink sparkling pink dresses and Ted and Phil wearing tuxedo's. Every-body starts dancing and so does Roc, Roc then sings. Roc and his friends continue singing and see more girls coming through the elevator. Roc and the people sing the third verse and continue dancing. The movie ends with Roc and his friends going home.

By: Roc.

July 22nd, 2016.

ProductionEdit

On April 9th, 2016, Roc sang his own version of Somebody's Watching Me, his version was intended to have a music video but it was changed to being a movie, on July 21st, 2016, he watched the Chipmunks sing Somebody's Watching Me and thought of his movie, on July 22nd, 2016, Roc drew photo's of Somebody's Watching Me, he had sketched his own version of the video, the movie, it'll be made soon. 

By: Roc.

July 22nd, 2016.

TriviaEdit

The song is compaired to Somebody's Watching Me and Ca'nt Stop the Feeling.

By: Roc.

July 23rd, 2016.

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