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Dove Cameron Confirms Her Split With Thomas Doherty

Dove Cameron Confirms Her Split With Thomas Doherty

It’s true – Dove Cameron and Thomas Doherty have split up.

The 24-year-old actress and singer confirmed the sad news on social media tonight after fans gained suspicious about the couple.

Dove and Thomas started dating in 2016, after meeting on the set of Descendants 2.

Previously, she had been linked to Ryan McCartan.

“The decision was incredibly difficult, but we still have love for each other, and will remain friends,” Dove shared in a tweet. “Thank you for allowing us our privacy in this time.”

Dove and Thomas hadn’t been spotted out together in a while, and their last public sighting was in August from their trip to Utah during the pandemic.

Currently, Dove is working on her music and just released her new single, “We Belong”.

Thomas has been busy filming the first season of HBO Max’s Gossip Girl reboot. Check out the latest pics from the set here!

Dove Cameron Dances In New 'We Belong' Music Video - Watch Now!

Dove Cameron Dances In New 'We Belong' Music Video - Watch Now!

Dove Cameron has finally released a music video for her latest single “We Belong“!!

The 24-year-old singer and actress has been teasing the visual for the track, which was released back in July, for the past few days.

In the video, Dove wears a strapless dress in a big house, all alone, and she shows off some dance moves throughout.

Dove recently opened up about the lyrics and meaning of the song.

“I’m always apart from my significant other (Thomas Doherty), no matter what, because you know, my job takes me all over the place, and usually the person that I’m with also, their job takes them all over the place,” she shared with Genius about the first verse. “So that feeling of being like, ‘I wanna be here, I wanna be present ot my own life. But like, holy sh–, I’m so in love with you and we belong together,’ you know?”

“That sort of sentiment about like, ‘I belong to me, I’m mine, but then after that, directly after that, I’m yours.’ The more you know yourself, the more able you are to feel your own chemistry and your own true north and your own compass,” she continued. “I don’t know, it’s like one of those things where the more you talk about it, it doesn’t make sense. It’s completely non-verbal, non-formulaic, like it’s not the same for everybody, like you just know.”

If you missed it, Dove recently joined the cast of a new, upcoming musical TV series, which will also star one of her former co-stars!


Dove Cameron – ‘We Belong’ Music Video

Dove Cameron Teases A New Music Collab Is Coming Up

Dove Cameron Teases A New Music Collab Is Coming Up

Dove Cameron is teasing us about her music!

The 24-year-old singer and actress talked about her latest song “We Belong” and her upcoming releases in a new interview with Sony.

“I feel like ['We Belong'] is more in the direction that I’m going now, than my previous songs. I feel like I’m really finding that sound. It almost gets broader and then it fine tunes,” she dished.

“I think that my sound is getting more specific, but also while I narrow in on what that is, I’m kind of trying things out still,” Dove continued. “My next release and the one after that, and then I have actually a collab coming, which I’m really excited about. I would say that they’re all more up-tempo than my previous songs.”

“‘Waste’ is up-tempo, but she’s a weird girl. It’s not like a typical up-tempo pop song, and I feel like ‘We Belong’ is a bit more commercial sounding,” she said. “Although, she’s still weird. All of my songs are always going to be a bit weird. I wouldn’t want to release them if they weren’t a bit weird.”

Dove‘s first and only collab so far, was “Remember Me” with BIA, which came out back in April. Over the summer, she also shared who her dream collaboration would be!


Dove Cameron on her song We Belong

Dove Cameron Says Some of Her Disney Channel Characters Were LGBTQ+

Dove Cameron Says Some of Her Disney Channel Characters Were LGBTQ+

Dove Cameron is dishing on her Disney Channel characters’ sexuality.

The 24-year-old actress and singer, who identifies as bisexual herself, recently re-posted a fan’s tweet about her characters Liv and Maddie.

When another fan responded saying, “Still not convinced liv was straight,” Dove chimed in saying that, “maddie was definitely gay.” She also said Liv was bi.

Other fans chimed in on more of her characters, including Descendants‘ Mal, Agents of Shield‘s Ruby, and even Dumplin‘s Bekah Cotter.

Dove said that Mal is pansexual, Ruby is asexual, and Bekah was straight.

If you missed it, it was recently announced that Dove will be in a new musical series for Apple TV+, and one of the other actors in the show is her Descendants and Hairspray Live mom Kristin Chenoweth, marking their third project together!

“too grateful and excited to be a part of this incredible cast and show… thank you so much @appletv @lornemichaelsreal @cincopedia @bsonnenfeld here we go !! 🍭🥧🍿🧁🏹,” Dove wrote about the news on Instagram.

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Dove Cameron & Kristin Chenoweth Co-Starring In Third Musical Project Together!

Dove Cameron & Kristin Chenoweth Co-Starring In Third Musical Project Together!

Dove Cameron and Kristin Chenoweth are teaming up once again – sort of!

The two blonde beauties, who have co-starred as mother and daughter in Descendants and Hairspray Live, have both been cast in an upcoming musical TV series, led by Cecily Strong and Keegan-Michael Key, TV Line reports.

The series “follows Melissa and Josh (Strong and Key), a couple who are on a backpacking trip designed to reinvigorate their relationship when they discover a magical town in which everyone acts as if they’re in a musical from the 1940s. The twosome then discover that they can’t leave said town until they find ‘true love.’”

Kristin will play Mildred, the reverend’s morally superior wife who is in everybody’s business. Reverend Layton will be played by Fred Armisen.

Dove will take on the role of Betsy, the farmer’s daughter who instantly falls for Josh.

Other big names from Broadway and more who are set to star in the musical show include Aaron Tveit, Alan Cumming, Ariana DeBose, Jaime Camil, Jane Krakowski and Ann Harada.

Despicable Me franchise writers Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio co-created the series, and Cinco will write all of the original music and serve as showrunner. The Series is also executive produced by SNL boss Lorne Michaels.

Dove Cameron Reveals What She Does When She Gets an Idea For a Song

Dove Cameron Reveals What She Does When She Gets an Idea For a Song

Dove Cameron is dishing on her songwriting process!

The 24-year-old “We Belong” singer and actress spoke out about what she does when she gets a song idea.

“If an idea strikes for a song, I use the Voice Memos app within my phone. That doesn’t happen very often, where a melody will come to me and I’m like, ‘Whoa, that’s a melody I need to record,’” Dove told Story + Rain.

“Usually, it’s words that come to me, and when it’s words, I have this weird thing where I don’t trust the Notes app,” she continued. “There’s no reason for it, nothing’s ever happened, I just don’t trust it. I feel like it could just go. I’m a crazy person when it comes to notebooks and I always carry a journal with me. It has to be a beautiful journal, something unusual that I’ve never seen before. I always carry a couple of very heavy-in-the-hand pens.”

“I have another notebook for just for lists of things. It’s full of to-do-lists, grocery lists, and things that I need to do before ‘X’ amount of time. I have another notebook that’s only an external schedule. I keep everything in those three,” Dove said.

If you missed it, see what Dove shared about the types of roles that she wants to take in the future.

Dove Cameron Dishes On The Kind of Roles She Wants to Take

Dove Cameron Dishes On The Kind of Roles She Wants to Take

Dove Cameron is opening up about her acting career.

The 24-year-old singer and actress recently talked about what kind of roles she wants to portray.

“I came to LA full of so much emotion, and what I would have said at the time, darkness—for a kid. And grit, and anger. I had so much to express. Then, I ended up playing these very, like you said, niche-y roles. ‘Characters’, almost. One begets the next, and then someone sees you in this, and thinks… that is totally how it works,” Dove told Story + Rain.

“Right now, I’m doing two roles that I feel are very much a departure from what I’ve done in the past. But when are those movies going to be finished?!” she continued. “I think the roles I’m interested in playing are roles that are more akin to real people, somebody, maybe, who’s had a similar experience to my own. It’s a very hard thing, breaking out of a niche, and it’s also a very hard thing to change an image once it’s established.”

“I want to play roles where I feel very exposed and very challenged, roles that I don’t feel I can hide behind. A lot of the characters I’ve been able to play are characters I feel I know how to do,” Dove went on. “I want to play something a little less linear, and I want to play something that maybe I’m nervous about. A role where I get to really be ugly. I really want to be ugly and stretch myself.”

In case you missed it, see what Dove Cameron has said about her music.