Recently, Sharpay Evans, aka Ashley Tisdale, invited her on-screen twin brother, Ryan Evans, aka Lucas Grabeel, onto her You Tube show to perform a duet of "What I've Been Looking For."First, let's all remember the original. It's been 10 years, we can totally talk about this now.
Tisdale,31, and Grabeel, 32, have come a long way since those days and were obviously excited to see each other and reminisce.
And Ashley Tisdale originally auditioned to play Gabriella Montez, in part because...3.
"At the time, I didn't know about the role of Chad Danforth," he said.2.
She was so nervous to sing in particular that the casting director asked if she'd rather sing from the corner of the audition room. "I look back and I think that they probably were kidding when they asked me if I wanted to turn my back, but I think I was just doing what made me feel comfortable," she said.10. "I went in with a basketball, with a jersey on and basketball shorts — I looked like a baller.
In addition to acting auditions, there were music auditions, dance auditions, and, for the Wildcats actors, basketball auditions, according to Bleu.11. And I don't know how, but by the grace of god, for some reason, that day was just a fluke and I happened to be OK enough to fake it like I could actually play.
Police caught up with the kidnappers following a tip by the Russia LGBT Network.
premiered on Disney Channel, but the fascination, its pop cultural relevance, and its incredible ability to induce a wave of nostalgia for your own high school days (which probably involved a lot less singing) are as strong as ever. I think we just didn't know each other and I think I was definitely a lot like Sharpay and it was like, Lucas, 'Who is this person? after we wrapped, though, I've always had a love for you. We just needed to live some life and go through some experiences together and learn where both of us came from and...
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"I just knew that I was terrible," she said of her audition.
"I didn’t really feel equipped to sing and dance."9.
"After shooting Halloweentown High, I had to go back to work at Blockbuster because I made a little money, but I didn’t book anything right after," he said.
The store had the 2004 Disney Channel Original Movie available for rent.
"I obviously heard him because it was in a trailer, so it was really thin walls and I was like, Oh shit.