Lennon & Maisy Stella Didn't Have Internet or Television Growing Up!

Lennon & Maisy Stella Didn't Have Internet or Television Growing Up!

Lennon and Maisy Stella look so ready for summer on the cover of Parade magazine, available now.

The sisters opened up about their show Nashville, fans and growing up with no Internet. Check it:

Lennon on growing up with the show: “It has been a big part of our lives. It really is a cool thing to be around the same people for so long. We have moved around so many times, our family is just a bunch of gypsies. The longest we’d ever lived in a house was a year. So it has been cool having this consistency.”

Maisy on their evolving plot lines: “It’s crazy because we’ve gone from going in the kitchen and getting a bowl of cereal and going to school to having super-intense, really detailed story lines. It’s fun to test yourself and challenge yourself with that.”

Lennon on their younger years in Canada: “We grew up on a farm with no internet, no TV, no phone. The most peaceful time of my life was our Sundays in Canada just making music and being outside.”

Lennon on Nashville fans: “It’s so crazy having people watch us grow up and love or hate our characters. And when the show got canceled [on ABC], it was an overflowing amount of love from people. We had no idea that there was that much love for it.”

For more from Lennon and Maisy, head to Parade.com.

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