Music: Jesse McCartney
aka: Jesse Mccartney
- You're the one I wanna chase, you're the one I wanna hold...
- Roxas and Ventus in Kingdom Hearts
- Theodore in Alvin and Chipmunks
- JoJo in Horton Hears a Who!
- Terence in the Disney Fairies CGI movies
- Dick Grayson (Robin/Nightwing) in Young Justice
- Cooper in Young & Hungry
- Beautiful Soul (2004)
- Right Where You Want Me (2006)
- Departure (2008)
- In Technicolor (2014)
Tropes that apply to him:
- Break Up Song: "It's Over", "How Do You Sleep", "Runnin", "Not Your Enemy", "Anybody", "Just Go"
- Break Up Break Out: From Dream Street.
- Darker and Edgier: He plays a pretty messed up and creepy person in his Law and Order episode.
- Getting Crap Past the Radar: "The Best Day Of My Life" refers to a one night stand turned relationship, nobody over the age of 15 would read it that way though. Also his second and third albums.
- Grief Song: "Invincible"
- Green-Eyed Monster: Telling his girlfriend not to be jealous in "She's No You."
- Hidden Depths: "Bleeding Love" Leona Lewis's worldwide smash hit was originally written and recorded by him.
- Hotter and Sexier: Walking this path for a while.
- Ink-Suit Actor: What he more or less is for Terence in the Disney Fairies movies.
- Intercourse with You: Present in albums second and third, basically all subtly out the window on "Into Ya."
- In Da Club: Get Your Shine On, Rock You, My Baby, Freaky...
- Living Emotional Crutch: "Because You Live" is a sweet example."Because you liveI live..."
- Love at First Sight: "What's Your Name?"
- Love Is A Drug: "Relapse"
- Long Title: "Right Where You Want Me," "Why Is Love So Hard To Find?," "Why Don't You Kiss Her," "The Best Day of My Life"
- New Sound Album / Genre Shift: "Departure" has an RNB edge none of his other albums have.
- Obsession Song: Most of his first album is this.
- Re Release The Song: Beautiful Soul cleaned up for A Cinderella Story.
- Refuge in Audacity: "Into Ya" throws all subtlety out the window for a hilarious result.
- Silly Love Songs: Several, but one that is still pretty well-remembered is "Beautiful Soul."
- Unplugged Version: He does extremely well live with just a guitar.
- Updated Re Release: Departure was rereleased with five bonus tracks and called Recharged...
- Don't want a minute to go to waste, I want you and your beautiful soul...