With Spring Breakers in theatres, you can’t help to wonder – when did Selena Gomez grow up? It’s only been a year since the Disney star has appeared on Wizard of Waverly Place, but with her career continuing to skyrocket, it’s been a busy one. Then you look at her co-star Vanessa Hudgens who has completely transition herself from sweet Gabriella on High School Musical to her own person, taking on mature roles. Too bad some other Disney stars can’t say the same.
Here’s just a quick and handy chart to show you what life is like after Disney.
Rihanna reflects upon the similarity between fireworks and diamonds bursting in the sky. She was so touched by the spectacle that she’s already planning a new reggae-dance song called “Diamonds in the Sky-iy-iy-iy.” Ashley Tisdale
Ashley Tisdale indulged in an all-American picnic party. It involved her running around a park alone with a single flag waving behind her.
Snoop Dogg appreciates the finer things in life. Like watching hazy orange sunsets in Muskoka, sipping Dom Perignon Rose and posting photos of random women bending over with a lit cigarette between their legs.
Today, Twitter was harshly divided between those that were doers and those that were feeling a little under the weather. Um, party too much at the Oscars?
First we present Demi Lovato, Ashley Tisdale and Rihanna who are firmly in the stay-under-the-covers camp, though probably for different reasons. While Demi and Rihanna are clearly too tired from the Oscars, Ashley Tisdale is presumably still angry that she wasn’t nominated. Patience Ashley, your day will come. Nicki Minaj was clearly divided from her counterparts. She not only opted to get out of bed and do something, but to make that something drinking margaritas.
Thoughtful insights came from Wiz Khalifa, who wished his mom a happy birthday, and Ryan Seacrest, who is sending a subliminal message to Sacha Baron Cohen. Message: you do not respect me, you are dead to me (okay that might be a stretch). Deadmau5 had my favourite insight of the day because it’s totally true: “How Its Made” segments ALWAYS feature acid clown music. Finally we have Rainn Wilson who dodged a bullet last night. Luckily he caught himself in time before he let himself congratulate the French for The Artist… joking, we love the French!
Canadian singer Carly Rae Jepsen got major kudos a little while ago when Selena Gomez shared an Instagram photo of her boyfriend Justin Bieber grinning while listening to “Call Me Maybe.
Those two celebrities, along with Ashley Tisdale and a few other relevant celebrities, released a homemade video of them dancing to the song. I gotta say, it’s a pretty fun video and it’s nice to see them supporting a fellow artist. We usually see celebs glammed out for the red carpet or made out to be rivals in tabloids so it’s nice to see them hanging out during their downtime, being regular teens.
Ashley Tisdale has landed a sitcom deal with ABC. Ashley will star in the series called Under Construction.
Deadline reports the show is about a young woman whose independence is put on hold when she is forced to move back home while her father renovates her recently purchased “money pit” along with her life.
Ashley’s production company, Blondie Girl Productions, will be producing the show.
Do you want to know how to make a really great music video? Ask the guys from Boys Like Girls. The secret – put Ashley Tisdale in your video and have a pretty good song. Boom, success. We had a chat before their recent performance in Toronto and also had a chat with some of their dedicated fans.
High School Musical star Ashley Tisdale got a tattoo Saturday, according to Perez Hilton. Tisdale, 24, along with her boyfriend, music video producer Scott Speer, and her mom were spotted at the Shamrock Tattoo shop in Hollywood.
She spent about 30 minutes choosing the tattoo, located on her left shoulder. It was covered with a bandage when she left the parlour. No word on what the tattoo is of.
Back in the day, the word “Disney” brought thoughts of fairy godmothers, evil stepsisters and happily ever afters into our minds. The Disney stars that most of us looked up to were Cinderella, Pocahontas and, of course, Mickey Mouse (although now I’m not sure why).
But nowadays, all that has changed. When most children and teenagers hear the word “Disney,” they tend to think of the famous actors whose careers were launched on the television network, the Disney Channel.
Due to shows like ‘Hannah Montana’ or the Disney Channel Original Movie ‘High School Musical,’ it is now virtually impossible to ignore any gossip associated with Disney’s princess Miley Cyrus or Brangelina wannabes Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens.
With plenty of shame, I will admit that even I watch some of these shows on a somewhat regular basis (I fully blame my boyfriend’s younger nieces for my sudden semi-addiction to shows like ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’ and ‘Sonny With a Chance’).
At least it’s not a nude picture scandal.
22-year-old Ashley Tisdale, star of “High School Musical,” confirmed to People magazine that she had a nose job on Friday.
Tisdale insists that the surgery was not cosmetic, and that she was simply correcting her deviated septum. “Growing up I always knew I had a deviated septum on the right side of my nose, which caused trouble breathing. The older I got, the worse it got. I went to get it checked out, and the doctor told me the septum was 80 percent deviated and that I had two small fractures on my nose.”
Though the surgery to fix a deviated septum is called a septoplasty, the mag calls Tisdale’s surgery “rhinoplasty.” After Tisdale recovers, photos will reveal whether she had any additional shaping done, but she said she takes her role model status seriously.
“I didn’t do this because I believe in plastic surgery. I did this to help my health. I literally almost could not breathe out of the right side of my nose. I want my fans to know the truth. I’m not someone who is going to act like I had nothing done. I just want to be honest because my fans are everything to me.”
Tisdale added that she was scared of having the procedure done and had difficulty sleeping the night before.