“Thank you @lisavorce for turning our backyard into a bohemian birthday dream dinner,” Ashley captioned the below photo on Instagram. “And special thanks to @elizabethmessina for capturing the whole night. @lisavorce I don’t know what I’d do without you.”
Ashley Tisdale shields her eyes while leaving a yoga class in Los Angeles on Friday (June 17).
The 30-year-old actress/producer headed back to her car to get her business day started after the fitness class.
It was just announced that Ashley‘s newest animated series, Skylanders Academy, has been greenlit by Netflix.
The series, based on the Skylanders video game, will make its premiere on the streaming service later this year, and will star Justin Long in the lead as the dragon Spyro, along with Ashley, Norm McDonald and Jonathan Banks.
If you don’t know, video game Skylanders involves placing a collectible figure on a “portal” connected to a game system, which in turn allows the user to play as that character.
The 30-year-old actress and producer recently chatted with People Style Watch about her past makeup experiences, just as her new collection with BH Cosmetics debuted.
“When I was younger — specifically in 8th grade — I was very creative and had fun, and I just remember my dad making fun of me because I had like crazy blue eye shadow on, and that’s when I didn’t know less is more,” Ashley remembered. “I didn’t know that if you were going to go bold on your eye, you should tone down everything else — it’s like don’t do crazy blush, don’t do lipstick in a bright color, but I had no idea when I was younger.”
Illuminate by Ashley is out NOW. Check out one of her tutorials below!
Ashley is also pictured below, picking up some food at Zinque Cafe in Beverly Hills.
Ashley Tisdale – 5 min. Look using Illuminate Beach Goddess Palette
“It’s my Maui’s birthday Happy birthday to the dog that has literally always been there for me, you put up with a lot #happybirthdaymaui,” Ash captioned an adorable photo of her pup, which you can see below.
The 30-year-old actress opened up to the glossy about High School Musical 4, her idols, and more. Check it:
On possibly returning for HSM4: “No. Looking back, it was such a perfect thing for its time and was so pure that I just don’t know how you go from there. High School Musical didn’t make us, we made High School Musical because of our friendship, how close we were, and the magic there at the time. Kenny Ortega just made it what it was. Disney is an amazing company so I’m sure they’ll find some way to do it.”
On separating from her character: “It’s been challenging. 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. Sharpay was such an awesome character, but at the end of the day it was a character; it wasn’t me. Anything that I’ve gotten since then, TV-wise and movie-wise, is me really fighting for it. I think that journey is what makes me so grateful for everything. If I was handed stuff all the time I don’t know if I would be the person I am today.”
On who she looks up to: “Monique Coleman actually always laughs because I loved Jessica Simpson, especially at that time [of filming HSM]. Monique just never understood it, but I think I just could see that she was a really smart businesswoman and I could see that what she’s done is amazing. Recently, Monique called me and said, ‘You know I used to make fun of you all the time. Now I see what you’re doing and now I understand it. And now I see what she has done.’”