You have to read what the 19-year-old Liv and Maddie actress wrote to her fans on Instagram. It will make you melt and love her even more:
“Hi loves: so I don’t know how to say any of this in a way that doesn’t sound cheesy, but I want to dedicate my 1000th post to you guys. My fans. AND I wanna talk to you guys for a minute about how much you all mean to me. This might be long and overly emotional, so srry 4 dat in advance.
“This whole ‘having fans’ thing is still a new concept to me. I genuinely still feel funny talking about it, like I’m being full of myself or vain. But you’re here, and you’re real people, and not acknowledging our relationship feels like a disrespect to you guys, more than it feels like humility at this point. We have this undeniable, (seriously there’s so much emotion involved in this) weird special connection that is unlike any other relationship in the world. Because unlike blood family, we chose each other, kind of like friends. But unlike friends, we haven’t met in person and gotten to know each other on a normal, human social setting. I am so overwhelmed by the actual, real, authentic love that I get from strangers on a daily basis. It makes me cry regularly. How powerful must a love like that be to be able to be shared between you and me that we can both feel it without even meeting? I care about you all individually. Isn’t that a little strange?”
“Nothing else in the world is like that. I can’t believe I live a life where I get to put myself out into the world every day, showing you all my most vulnerable moments, capturing it all on camera or stage and letting you all decide how you feel about it/me/my flaws/my successes/my worst moments/my loss/my love/my heart and the stuff in my brain at every moment of the day…and then you all care enough to tell me ‘good job’. And ‘I’m proud of you’ and ‘I love you’ and most of all: ‘You helped me’ or ‘this inspired me’ OR ‘I needed this’. You have no idea what it means to me. Self love is hard. But you all have made me love myself and have helped me through some of the hardest times in my life, already & I’m ONLY 19. WHAT?! And I hope some of the words that I’ve said and some of the things that I’ve done have been able to reach you & touch your heart like you do EVERY DAY with me. And in that way: we are like family. Thank you.” More Here! »
Director Kenny Ortega gets in the middle of the Descendants cast for a cute group shot during the Descendants Fan Event held at Downtown Disney at Disneyland on Saturday afternoon (October 17) in Anaheim, Calif.
In “Haunt-A-Rooney”, Maddie (Cameron) and Willow (Jessica Marie Garcia) prepare for “Senior Scare,” a Ridgewood tradition where the high school seniors scare the middle schoolers.
Meanwhile, when Joey (Joey Bragg) and Liv are at the Central Park Spooktacular, Liv falls into a precarious predicament with a photographer. In an effort to fix the mishap and create a diversion, Liv enlists her fans, Cyd (Landry Bender) and Shelby (Lauren Taylor), to help pull off a flash mob.
“Haunt-A-Rooney” airs TONIGHT, Sunday, October 4th @ 9:30PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.
“We have been talking about releasing original music for a very long time && its finally happening,” Dove wrote on Instagram. “I’m so excited I feel like I might explode into a million tiny, glittery pieces. #WRITTENINTHESTARS will be released at 12:00 midnight ET tonight. stayyyy tuneddd.”
“Written In The Stars” is available on iTunes NOW!
The Girl and the Dreamcatcher – “Written in the Stars” Video
In the one-hour season premiere, as the whole family waits to find out if Maddie and Diggie (Ryan McCartan) reunite, Liv (also Cameron) gets a call from her manager telling her she landed a coveted role in a new TV show, Voltage.
Later on, Maddie enlists Liv’s help to build a giant Paulie Porcupine head for the Homecoming parade, but Joey and Parker (Tenzing Norgay Trainor) accidentally destroy it while playing around with a stunt-prop from Liv’s TV show, Voltage.
“Continued-A-Rooney” and “Voltage-A-Rooney” premiere TONIGHT, Sunday, September 13th @ 8PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.
“Liv and Maddie” One-Hour Season Premiere Sneak Peek