“Beyond excited that @vegaalexa and I are going to be competing this season on #season21 @dancingabc .. Spending 24 hours at @disneyland #disneyland60 to celebrate!!! Happy birthday baby girl!!” Carlos captioned on Instagram during their day at Disneyland the day before.
Pro dancers Witney Carson and Mark Ballas are also seen arriving at the studio with the couple — could these be Carlos and Alexa‘s partners?
35+ pics inside of Carlos, Alexa, Mark and Witney…
The party celebrated Way Too Wonderland, the newest chapter in the storybook lives of the Ever After High royals and rebels. The series follows them as they adventure through Wonderland like never before in order to save the day. The episodes are available now as an all-new Netflix original series!
Nathan Sykes hits the water on a jet ski during his vacation in Ibiza, Spain on Thursday afternoon (August 27).
“Just got my jet ski license … Or my ‘personal watercraft certificate of proficiency’ if you wanna be fancy,” the 22-year-old “Kiss Me Quick” singer wrote on Twitter earlier this week. Looks like he’s putting that to good use!
Madison Pettis steps out for the Staples “Think It Up” press conference held at the W Hollywood in Los Angeles on Wednesday afternoon (August 26).
The 17-year-old actress and ambassador was on hand as the company announced that it funded 135 local classroom projects in Los Angeles, as part of its recent $10 million pledge to Think it Up, a new national initiative of the Entertainment Industry Foundation in partnership with DonorsChoose.org.
More than $130,000 was donated to help 115 teachers fulfill classroom needs and helped 17,368 students across 71 schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District.
“As a senior in high school I know first-hand how important it is for kids to be passionate about what they’re learning. That’s why I’m excited to work with Think It Up and Staples on funding these student-powered, teacher-led projects,” Madison shared in a statement.
This fall, Think It Up, in partnership with DonorsChoose.org, will launch a platform to fund student-powered, teacher-led learning projects in classrooms across the country.
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Photos: Matt Sayles/Invision for Staples/AP Images