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“A Star, A Song”
Season 2, Episode 016
ViolettaLeavingStudio
Information
Air Date

May 20, 2013 (Latin America)
June 16, 2015 (UK and Ireland)

Prod. Code

096

Writer(s)

Solange Keoleyan and Sebastián Parrotta

Director

Jorge Nisco and Martín Saban

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Episode 016, also known as A Star, A Song, is the 96th episode overall of Violetta and 16th of Season 2. It first aired on May 20, 2013, in Latin America. It was written by Solange Keoleyan and Sebastián Parrotta and was directed by Jorge Nisco and Martín Saban.

Overview

Violetta makes a decision and leaves the Studio, but will she return?

Episode Summary

Violetta decides to leave the Studio, which makes everyone upset. Angie returns to the Studio after being fired by Pablo, Pablo is furious but is told by Antonio that Angie has to stay. The police tell Herman and Violetta have to leave their house within 24 hours in order to pay Herman's bail. The judge believes that it was Herman who deliberately transferred his money to another country, not knowing that it is Matias and Jade. Francesca, Camila, and Ludmila arrive at Violetta's house to help her pack for the hotel, but while Violetta is downstairs getting snacks, Diego arrives looking for her. Francesca and Camila get very angry with him and demand that he leaves, but suddenly Leon also arrives at the house and Francesca and Camila hide Diego in the closet, hoping Leon won't see him.

Cast

Main Cast

Songs Featured

Trivia

  • This episode has the same name as episode 015 and episode 011, all three in the second season.
  • Violetta leaves the Studio in this episode.
  • DJ is offered a job at the Studio as Beto's assistant.
  • Herman is arrested.

Gallery

Violetta logo
To view the Season 2/Episode 016 gallery, click here.

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