The 19-year-old Disney Channel shared, “Hi my loves. I don’t think I’ve ever had to make a public apology before, but I am so sorry that I let some of you down when I wasn’t in the parade this morning. I’ve always wanted to be in the Macy’s parade, and they were so good to me, but I woke up this morning incredibly sick.”
“I’m so sorry if I let you down.” Dove continued. “I wanted to do it more than anything. I love you guys and I hope you have a wonderful, safe, healthy holiday. I love you all. ????send positive vibes. & I promise that I’ll make it up to you & @Macys very, very soon! Thank you for your support.”
We’re so excited that The Girl and the Dreamcatcher are going to be performing at the BMO Harris Bank Magnificent Mile Lights Festival in Chicago NEXT WEEK!
The duo — made up of real life couple Dove Cameron and Ryan McCartan — will perform a Christmas song as the grand finale along with Michelle Branch, MAX, Charles Perry and The Irish Tenors’ Anthony Kearns at the annual festival.
The BMO Harris Bank Magnificent Mile Lights Festival will kick off the holiday season on Saturday, November 21st, and it will air on ABC 7 broadcast @ 6PM CST.
In case you missed it, check out Dove and Ryan’s newest YouTube vid below!
The Girl & The Dreamcatcher – Q&A #2 – Acting tips, movie clips, favorite trips
The cast of Descendants takes over main street as the tape their segment for the upcoming Disney Parks Unforgettable Christmas Celebration TV special inside Magic Kingdom park at Walt Disney World Resort on Tuesday afternoon (November 10) in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
Dove Cameron poses with Kristin Chenoweth backstage before their epic duet happened at Walt Disney Concert Hall on Friday night (November 6) in Los Angeles.
The two, who star as Mal and Maleficent in Descendants together, performed a duet of “For Good” from Wicked, which Kristin also starred.
“Nov 6: last night I performed my favorite song from my favorite musical with one of my favorite people in the world at the Walt Disney Concert hall. @kchenoweth, you’ve been my hero since I was 7 years old, and I’ve watched you and learned from you throughout my whole life. Thank you for nurturing me as a performer, and for allowing a huge fan to become a friend,” Dove wrote on Instagram later.
She added, “So honored to be the first person to ever play the Galinda to your Elphaba! I love you more than I have words to say. ?”
Liv and Maddie showrunner John Beck was lucky enough to see the performance. He wrote on Twitter later, “So proud to see @DoveCameron & @KChenoweth perform tonight at #DisneyConcertHall #LivAndMaddie #Descendants #ForGood.”