“Ten years ago yesterday, Hannah Montana aired on the Disney Channel. Yes, this is what 14 year olds used to look like, no teeth no worries,” Emily wrote on Instagram. “Thank you to everyone who stuck with us all these years, we couldn’t have done it without you, and hopefully Mitch still has his “STOP” belt buckle-because fashion. So nice to hear from both of these cutie pies this morning and I’m sure I’ll see you both soon. Big, big love. ?? #tbt”
Miley added, “@realdukeofearles understands the insanity of it all….. Sending love to all my cast members on this anniversary …. To the world it’s a celebration of 10 years but for us the journey began way before the world had any clue who the f*** any of us are ….. There was a very long auditioning process, and many chemistry reads which really is what sold the show to the producers and channel because no matter what went on over the years (which none of you have any clue about but It was like the real world but more hormonal teenagers) our love for each other was unquestionable….”
She continued, “Even though I feel disconnected to who I was at that time I will always feel eternally grateful for the opportunity and platform I was given …. None of it would have been possible with out every single person who ever contributed to the series …. From regulars , to special guests (and there were many magical ones @dollyparton ????) to creators, crew , directors….. I am where I am because of loyal fans that I am thankful for and of course love dearly all the new angels who support me now….. Even though HM is chopped up into little tiny pieces and buried in my backyard she will always hold a very special place in my heart! Celebrate this day with us! Get real drunk and remember #HM4EVR ???????? send pics gettinnnnn buck wild in honor of this special day! ?????? #letsplayadrinkinggame watch HM and every time someone says her name take a shot! Yiew hew!”
In between playing her fave games from Nintendo like Mario Kart 7, Super Smash Bros for 3DS, and The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D, Olivia and her pals hit the sand before indulging in some sweet treats.
After four seasons, the cast of Kickin’ It said goodbye to the show.
Jason Earles, Leo Howard, Olivia Holt and Dylan Riley Snyder live tweeted the final episode while answering fan questions and throughout the day, bid their goodbyes to the Disney XD show.
Check out what they all had to share below:
Olivia Holt: “Still of @realdukeofearles and I in tonights series finale of Kickin’ It. This dude has been my mentor, brother, and friend since I was twelve years old. Thank you for teaching me so much. I guess I kind of love you for that. And for being a stupid b when necessary.”
Leo Howard: “Boy how time flies. Last episode of Kickin it is airing tonight! Don’t miss it. Kickin it has been a huge part of my childhood. Couldn’t be more thankful and grateful for the opportunity to be on such an amazing show. Best cast and best crew I’ve ever been apart of. Much love to everybody involved. Hope you guys enjoyed the ride! #ihavenocluewhatmateosinstais”
Jason Earles: “Thanks you guys for watching! We love you and hope to entertain you for a long long time.”
The two got together at Disneyland on Tuesday afternoon (August 5) with a bunch of their other friends in Anaheim, Calif., to celebrate her 17th birthday.
“Happy birthday to this butthead. We’ve been through thick and thin but she’s still one of my best friends. Love you to death olive. @olivia_holt,” Leo wrote on Instagram with the shot. Way too cute!
Olivia‘s BFF Luke Benward also posted a sweet message: “HAPPY BIRTHDAY to the MOST amazing and beautiful human being on this planet. God knew what he was doing when he made you and he DEFINITELY knew what he was doing when he put you in my life. You are a blessing to everyone you come in contact with. You can light up any room with just that smile of yours. You joy and love is magnetic and contagious. Happy birthday to my best friend and so much more??. #booski #bday #youfreakinrock.”