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Claire Bianca Scotts

"Would you like fries with that?"

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a character in “The Moore Sisters”, as played by alight

Description

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Full Name: Claire Bianca Scotts, Friend 1 (Friends with Meg and Bailey)

Nickname: Beanca (Joke; Irritates her)

Age: 23

Relationship Status: Single looking to mingle

Career: Cafe Waitress

FC: Brittany Snow

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Talents:

Able to communicate and chat with people easily (Is that a talent?)
Cooking
Decorating

Fears:

Losing her job, she is broke at the moment and needs her money, otherwise she's gonna have to find another home.
Losing someone she loves
Clowns
Crying

Personality:
ImageClaire is a very likeable character. She likes to smile and giggle around and have a laugh. She is happy and fun, she is prepared to take on any risk or challenge and enjoys the occasional party. She is a constant talker and loves to tell stories of her past, escpecially with her two best friends Meg and Bailey. The three went to the same school together, although all intereseted in different areas in their future, they all remained close friends, mainly because Claire is very out-there and doesn't care what people think.Graduating high school, Claire was unsure as to what to do with her career. But she did love cooking and decorating different styles of food. She finds food a great pleasure to get off her mind, when she has a problem. Claire is very creative and loves to do the cooking in her house, she bakes wonderful cakes and gives them to all her friends. So, she decided to persue her thought. She is a caring and kind friend and would never use someone or take advantage to get people to do what she wants. And, she will be straight-forward to people and tell people exactly what she thinks, she's not afraid to give the truth.
Claire has never had a moment when she is not cracking a smile, even when she's angry. So, when she went in for a job application to "Cafe Inn," the manager thought she was perfect for the job, she would be a very nice waitress and the customers will fall in love with her. Which is true, people come back for the food and the company of the friendly service. But Claire didn't want to be a waitress she wished for the job as a chef. So, now she has been coming late for work lately, due to her University sessions at decorating cake classes. She has now got her house on the line due to the ammount of money she needs to pay it off, she is in a bit of a crisis to losing a job, or continue her cooking classes. And she cant pick which she'd prefer, which means she may be moving in with one of her girlfriends. She finds making desicions that hardest thing of all. Claire is very pretty and could pass as a model but doesn't like that career. Although Claire is infact single and ready to mingle with any boy who is interest, she is not quite bright with relationships and doesn't exactly know when a boy is flirting with her.

Appearance:

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Also: Claire likes to wear flimsy tops and dark blue jeans, and her hair is usually a strawberry blond, but sometimes dyes it a reddy-brown.

So begins...

Claire Bianca Scotts's Story

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Claire had been working late shift again. She had her mind set on what tasks she needed to complete. She didn't like waitressing but with the amount of money she had at the moment, it was all she could live for to pay off the bills on her house, other wise she'd have to move into her high school friends' house. Meg and Bailey were her best mates since high school had ended and now she's still close to them, even though all of them have jobs-although hers...she didn't want.

Claire scrubbed the round, wooden tables to become a nice and shiny shade of well...wood. "Eh, Claire! What are ya doin'? Restaurant opens soon! Put the tablecloths back on!" Her manager ordered. He was always the type to have everything picture-perfect. Well, so was she. But that was different.

She nodded and a heavy sigh arose from her lungs. She patted her clothes down, so no creases were shown. She had one more table to complete and she wanted to clean it, but her manager was watching her, and she needed a job right now-so she grabbed the tablecloths and spread them over the table. She like the tablecloths, they had blossoms on them and leaves which created a border around the outside of the cloth. She smiled at her manager, "Is this ok?" she asked him. "Perfect," he replied, man of many words was all Claire could think of-that was unless you ended up doing something wrong.

She grabbed a few cups from the dishwasher and equally put them in spaced spots. They were diamond clean, and were made of glass. She wished she could actually eat from this place, but with a job like this...You have to earn it.

She fixed her hair tying it into a pontytail, then neatly curling it to form a bun. Before work started she wanted to look good for the occasion, of her work. She wanted her friends to come over and eat at her restaurant but Bailey and Meg had always denied her offer. She made one last phonecall to Meg. Maybe she'd come for dinner. And tell her boss that she was an exeptional worker and should be allowed to become a chef instead-because that was why she had applied for the job in the first place, not to become some lousy waitress. She loved decorating cakes and wished that she'd be able to give her gift to the public, but for now she wanted to hear her friends voice-who hadn't spoken to her in a while now. Besides they needed to catch up. She needed an update more like it-on the Moores and what's been going on with everyone lately and how Meg was doing.

"Meg, hi. Are you busy?" she asked, hoping to hear an answer on the other side of the line.

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"Meg, I need you here! I'm practically dying. Can you like surrender your time to help a friend?... I need the money, ok?...Or else, I'm moving in with you or Bailey, Ok?"

Claire had told Meg about her job. She wanted this job so bad. But, maybe if Meg helped her...She could keep it. But for now-she knew she was going to be unemployed.

"Meg, your like a sister. How would you feel if Hartley or Bailey had lost their job? Can you come in to tell my boss about how well I cook in the kitchen, please?" She begged her friend, hoping she'd see what she was really craving for at the moment. She tried to be as quiet as possible, so her boss couldn't hear the conversation that he'd denied more than once for her to become a chef. Customers began to line up at the restaurant, macking a racket. So her voice became louder.

"I'm begging you!"

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"OK, Meg. Thank you so much! I'll see you in 30 minutes, ok? Right, gottcha. Bye."

As soon as the call was ended, Claire immediately ran up Meg's sister, Bailey. She needed more people to say how amazing she was at cooking for this job, the more "customers" that like her, the better. While dialling Bailey, the doors of the restaurant began to open-so she had to make this call quick.

"Hi, Bailey-It's Claire. I'm asking for an emergency - a favor, please?"

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Bailey had sounded quite cheerful where ever she was, but Claire hadn't cared-she had major issues to deal with. After Claire had spoken, Bailey had then asked Claire about her priority. "Hello Claire. Emergency huh? What type of emergency slash favor are we talking about?"

Claire took a deep breath, she was going to have to need it after the story she was giving about a thousand times. But she nodded to herself, rushing through her speech and trying to be ready for the first customer who was walking through the door with a grin on her face showing her pearly-white teeth. "Ok, Bailey. You know how I love cooking and it's like...you liking modelling. And I bring over to your house those cakes that I bake and decorate, by myself. And I know we haven't spoken for quite a while now but, seeing as we're friends, I need to ask a favor-a huge one...Here is goes. I need you to tell my boss that I'm a wonderful cook and love to dedicate my time to the kitchen and you could just have to tell a teensey weensey lie, maybe say that your giving a reference and then I get my actual job!
"But I'm stuck being a darn waitresss for the time being...so please be quick and get your tiny model's butt over here right away...Oh and Meg's coming, too."

Claire smiled at her sisterly-love she shared with her friend. She basically treated Bailey as if they were sisters.

"Anyways, Bai. Gotta go, I'm busy...waitressing." She hung up on Bailey and placed her phone inside the pocket of her dress. She sighed deeply and then put on her best fake smile at the middle-aged woman she'd seen with the white teeth and directed her to her seat with a man attached to her arm. She served them and went ahead with her job-hoping the sisters wouldn't let her down, they'd never in the past. So why would they start now?

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Ashton: He grinned happily at knowing he wasn’t the only one who missed the other. Leaning his forehead against hers he murmured. “I’m sure you’ll do a great job in training them. Those that really want to be there will give it their best. As for those that are just there for the rep… well, they’ll see soon enough that cheerleading isn’t all just pom-poms and smiles.” He smiled into her eyes before closing the distance between their lips. Giving her a gentle kiss he leaned back and whispered, “Have I ever told you how amazing you are?” He gave her a few quick pecks on her cheeks, forehead, nose and chin before finally giving her a passionate and warm kiss on the lips. “You, Natalie Ava Moore, are amazing and I’m the luckiest guy in the universe to have you by my side.” He murmured against her lips. His hand came up to lightly caress her cheek and he leaned back with a content look. He meant every word of that. Before Nat had come into Ashton’s life he’d been what the guys like to recall as an A class asshole. Heck, even his father had a rather hard time dealing with him. But Natalie just seemed to make everything right in his rather guarded self. She put everything in perspective. It wasn’t a question of “is he?” it’s a fact that Ashton Faux was beyond whipped by this girl.

Bailey: She listened intently to her friends words and took everything to mind. Already she planned on dialing up a few modeling friends to boost Claire’s chances in getting her job. While Bailey wasn’t really all that famous, she had done a few spread that got her name around. As for her friends, a few of them were up there with the big names so they’d be recognized quite immediately. It couldn’t hurt to have a few influential people come help could it? Bailey smiled somewhat, Naw, it’s for a good cause anyway. Helping a best friend get closer to her dream of being in the kitchen was the greatest of causes. “Alritghty Claire-Bear, I’ll be there in…” she paused to look at the time on her phone before making a quick calculation, “fifteen to twenty minutes. Gonna pick up a few of the girls to help. Hope that’s okay.” She smiled at the mention of Meg. “Okay then. See you in a bit.”

Claire hung up and Bailey quickly made a few calls to her modeling partners. They were all conveniently out shopping in a nearby store. With the promise that they’d all be there in a few minutes Bailey hanged up and took a big gulp of her drink nearly finishing it all. She looked at the glass and sighed before muttering out loud, “Should remember to drink slowly…” Bailey couldn’t handle her alcohol at all. She could stand up to two drinks if she drank them slowly but that was about it. One and a half if she guzzled them down. Already she felt a light buzz in her stomach. Shaking her head she turned back to Jason and smiled apologetically again. “Sorry, best friend emergency.” She rummaged through her purse for her wallet. “She’s great at cooking but stuck waitressing. Even I’m guilty of falling prey to her desserts. My agent just uses that to his advantage to make me exercise even more than I should. I don’t mind it though; Claire’s food is just that worth it.” Bailey finally pulled out her wallet and handed Jason the cost of her drink. “You know, maybe next time she bakes something I’ll bring you a sample. Would that be okay with you or are you not allowed to eat during work?” she asked as she tried arranging her hair more professionally with her fingers.

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Claire giggled. She was happy that her friend was actually going to help her. She sometimes felt as though, Bailey was too busy with her modelling career that she never wanted to have Claire by her side. But Claire knew that the two were tight and Bailey would never abandon her, the way Claire would always be there for Bailey if she was in trouble.
Her head went toward a high school memory. Bailey and Claire were in the same grade in year eight, Bailey had got in trouble by the teacher for talking in an exam. But Claire backed her up, and took the blame. She never should've taken the blame but it was for a friend and sometimes you have to do that-for friendship. And the action paid off, otherwise they would've never have been friends still.

Claire had served a few people but she hadn't shown her potential tonight. She was all over the place. Her skills hadn't paid off tonight. She wanted to keep the job-but swap the roles.
Another couple had asked for a glass of water. She smiled and nodded, "Yes, ma'am." She walked over to get a jug and fill it up with ice cold water. She began to taske it over to the lady but tripped on her high heels. The jug went flying out of her hands and landed on the ground. With a splash and smash, the water soaked into the carpet and glass had smashed everywhere.

Claire tried not to look too embarassed. She tried not to look at her boss. He stared at the stat on the floor. "Claire!" he whispered, but he hadn't at all been nice. His voice was like a snake chewing into its prey, he hissed. She nodded quickly. Her hands remained at her sides, glued to her sides and walked away, a puppy in trouble, tail between her legs.

She marched toward him. "Yes, sir?" He squinted his eyes and stared at her. This was at least her third accident today. His voice was slow and harsh, and he spoke through gritted teeth. "One..more..move..buddy..and..you're......fired."

She nodded guiltily. She knew this was her last shot at this job. She had walked toward the lady who ordered the water. "Sorry about the...delay. I will go get you another one." She walked away without even noticing the lady's reaction toward the event-she simply stared at the floor.

When she had given the water, she cleaned another table that an old man had left behind untidy. He had left bits of food all over the place. She hated cleaning after people-it was so unhygienic. But it was part of her job-if she wanted to keep it. She grabbed a cloth and wiped in swirly motions to grab every crumb from that chicken schnitzel he ordered. But not seeing the pepper and salt shakers, she knocked them flying. They smashed on the table and all over two of the chairs, mixing themselves together. "Uggh!" Claire made a noise.

She wasn't usually that clumsy but today, she was. She gave a quicke glance at her manager and saw him give the direction with his index finger signalling for her to come toward him. She swallowed hard and dropped the cloth to follow his command.

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Murmuring began. Claire had known that they would be talking a restaurant, obviously. But tonight it was kind of a gossiping chatter. Claire had turned away from her manager, who had been giving "a chat," to look in the direction of the doors. Both of the two red glossed doors flew open, three beautiful, all stunning women entered the building. "Joanna and Helen," Claire murmured, a slight smirk flashed across her face. Claire had met the two twins only a few times in the past. And barely spoken to them but with Bailey's career, she won't stop talking about the two. As if they were her idols.

But whatever, Bailey was cool, awesome and utterly amazing right now. For this was the best plan that they'd come up with. Her managers mouth gasped, and had shown those rotten yellow teeth of his and the worn old tongue. He was about fifty-something but his mouth, if shown in a magazine of some sort would state, "This is what your mouth's going to look like when you grow older." Claire immediately turned away from the horrid sight.

"Is...Is...that...Helen and Joanna? Those models!" He was practically jumping up and down right now, I knew if he hadn't given me the job, he'd at least get their autograph. "Um...Yeah. I think it is." Claire played along, in a dream-like voice. Her tone sounded like an angel. This was really going to pull off.

"May I serve them?" Claire asked, by now he was in a hysterical moment probably - not thinking at all - and had told her to give them the best meal of the day and give a discount. Claire nodded. She strutted over toward the three, Bailey was in the center of the twins. Claire mumbled a few words, "Thanks for this, greatly appreciated." And directed them toward a table. "Take a seat. What would you like to order?" But before anyone answered, Claire's manager was standing right behind Claire and tossed her aside.
"Hello ladies, you are...my inspiration for this restaurant. And no other celebrity has been here. But to have the two...three of you here is amazing. We need a photo. Jackk, come over here!" A short plump waitor, Claire's friend walked over. "Yes, sir?" The Manager smiled and said, "Get a camera."

Jackk walked over toward the counter and found a camera. "Here, sir." The manager had taken the camera. "Now, now. Don't be afraid shuffle in." He took a seat next to one of the twins and moved closer toward her. The trouble with the twin-thing was, Claire couldn't tell which was which. "You, girl. Take a photo." He tossed the camera at Claire's hands and grinned. Claire's eyebrows rised. "Go on. They don't have all day, they're celebrities. What are you thinking you stupid girl?!" Claire nodded. She hopped they were okay with this.

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Bailey: She tried not to laugh at the sight of her friends manager practically drooling on the twins laps. The man was horid, really but he was the ticket towards Claires free pass at the kitchen. The twins did an excellent job of hiding their disgust and acted like the polite, prim and proper girls that they were going for. Bailey had to admire them in that moment. If they ever had problems in the modeling business they'd make more than enough in the acting biz. They allowed the man to take a picture with them before they looked at each other. Alright, here they go. Helen's and Joanna's expressions mirrored with the same mischiviousness and motivation. Both of them latched onto the managers arms and looked up at him through half lidded eyes and angelic features. This time Bailey had cough to cover up her laughter. "We were wondering if a Claire Scotts works here," Helen said, her voice honey sweet and thick. "A friend of ours told us we could find her here." Joanna piped up in just the same tone. Bailey sat back and watched the twins at work. "You see, she's a friend of Claire Scotts and she'd brough us lunch on one of our many all nighter photo shoots." Helen went on. "We just absolutely adored her food, Claire's we mean. Well, she told us that Claire works here at this restaurant so we came right over as soon as we had the adress." Joanna said. The twins looked at each other and smiled before pouting simultaniously. "So, is she here?" they both asked him, blinking their sparkling hazel eyes up at him and giving him their most irresistable look. It was a look Bailey knew well, it meant if they didnt get what they wanted someone or just about everyone would pay hell for it.

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Claire had noticed all the hard effort the models were putting in and had really appreciated it. She stood as a bystander while the girls used tricks on her manager. After the photo was taken, the girls began speaking to the manager.

"We were wondering if a Claire Scotts works here," one said. "A friend of ours told us we could find her here." The other said. Claire moved closer to Bailey, who also stood a step or two away. "They're really well. I'm impressed." But the girls kept talking and Claire kept watching, and couldn't help but smirk a little at the references that were made when her name was said.

"You see, she's a friend of Claire Scotts and she'd brough us lunch on one of our many all nighter photo shoots." The first twin said. "We just absolutely adored her food, Claire's we mean. Well, she told us that Claire works here at this restaurant so we came right over as soon as we had the adress." The other continued, and both ended at the same time, with the same line, as if this was planned. "So, is she here?" They looked so desirable and wanted.

The manager was speechless. "Claire Scotts? Really?" He giggled but realised they were speaking the truth and stopped. "Oh, ahh...Claire." Yes, it was working!

He looked at the beautiful girls, amazed at their looks and fell for their charm. "Ladies, come this way. I will not fail you. Here is what you wish, she is a wonderful girl. A keen worker, too." Clearly, he was telling lies to impress them. After all, if he let them down, the celebrities win over normal people so he'd probably be going to court for the wrong move, if made. He led the girls to Claire and Bailey. Claire starred, and acted as if she was not quite sure of the actions before they walked over.

Claire stood awkwardly near them, trying not to look. Unaware of what to do, or what to expect. "A good cook, you say, eh? I don't think so. Excellent waitress, of course! Take her, my darlings, she is of no use to me now, I'm sure you need a maide in the mansion you live in," he said. Claire was not expecting this, the plan had gone wrong. It had gone the wrong way! What were they going to do now? She shot a look at Bailey immediately.