debuted on the Disney Channel, but it looks like the cast is still super close.
Zac Efron turned 29 years old on Tuesday, and his co-star, Ashley Tisdale, celebrated by sharing a super cute photo of the two together."Happy birthday buddy! Cast Reflects on Surprise Disney Smash ET spoke with Tisdale in January about the cast's close friendships."I just love that we all still love each other and love hanging out with each other and have that connection, you know?
“I think people in this business put you in a box and label you for what they think they know of you and what character you have played,” says Tisdale.
“Sharpay was such an awesome character, but at the end of the day it was a character; it wasn’t me.” As a businesswoman, the actress looks up to Jessica Simpson as a model entrepreneur.
['s annual Beverly Hills luncheon on Friday, the stars were in full force!
Kelly Clarkson, Nikki Reed, and Jaime King were spotted on the red carpet, each in completely different ensems!
Sadly, we feel the model-turned-actress' look was the least pulled off of them all, but that's just us!
Related: Emma Stone & Nicole Kidman Sparkle On The Red Carpet Meanwhile, Jaime covered up head-to-toe in Fendi, rocking a textured yellow dress with nude shoes, a black, pearl-embroidered scarf, and wavy tresses.
Celebrities and politicians were among many to share heartbreaking tributes to all those affected by 9/11 — see what people are saying (below): She is one of the most beloved new artists in country music and one of our faves from Nashville!
How lucky are we to have Rae Lynn in to perform the title track off her debut album, “Wild Horse”.
Inspired by the scarcity of female-led animated series at the time, the episodes, some of which are based on the creators' own high school experiences, combine elements of action, adventure, drama, romance and comedy to appeal to both girls and boys, while parodying the James Bond franchise, spy and superhero films, and teen sitcoms.
Distinct from other Disney Channel shows in its use of self-referential humor, Schooley and Mc Corkle developed fast-paced sitcom-style dialogue to cater to adult viewers.