Joey Bragg declares his undying love for girlfriend Audrey Whitby in this beautiful birthday post.
It’s Audrey‘s 21st birthday today, and he took to Instagram to post one of the sweetest, funniest birthday messages we’ve ever seen.
“Twenty one years ago to this day @audreywhitby was born. Audrey is the smartest, funniest, and coolest person I have ever met. Happy birthday, Cuddles. My heart aches that I am not celebrating the big 21 by your side. I promise I will be there for every birthday to come until the day we die at the exact same moment on your 135th birthday as we cuddle inside the stomach of a great white shark. I am so lucky to have met you so early so that we get to grow up in this crazy world together. I love you more than anything, Pumpkin. Have a drink for me.”
To make it even better, Joey posted a picture of Audrey wearing a pink hippopotamus onesie, and she has the happiest look on her face.
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Joey Bragg just booked his first post-Liv and Maddie role and it will be nothing like what you’re used to seeing him in.
He’ll join Garrett Clayton and Jordan Doww in a new flick called Reach, “a high school dramedy about bullies and the power of friendship.”
Here’s the full summary:
Socially awkward genius, Steven Turano (Clayton), divulges to a pro-suicide support group that he plans on killing himself. Although his first attempt is botched, he is determined to find a way to escape his suffering.
He is constantly picked-on by former childhood friend and school bully, Nick Perkins (Doww), and his widowed father, for whom he harbors a deep resentment for over his mother’s death.
However, when Clarence, the new quirky kid in school, befriends him, Steven’s plans are sidetracked and he reaches beyond his comfort zone to form stronger relationships with his father, friends and teachers.
While we don’t know what role Joey will be playing, the summary enough has us curious about the film.
We are just a few hours away from the series finale of Liv and Maddie and we’re all prepared to cry our eyes out.
Joey Bragg did.
“It was weird because it all didn’t feel quite real until it all the shots were of?cially done,” Joey shared with JJJ about filming the final scenes. “I cried so much in rehearsal for the last scene that I was all dried up come ?lming.”
He adds, “I just kept thinking about how much I loved coming to work everyday and seeing all these people that I couldn’t fathom not doing that anymore.”
And if you’d ask if Joey would want to do it all over again, he would.
“Of course I would. Time of my life. I wouldn’t change a second,” he says. “Sure it wasn’t all sunshine and mouse ears but those not as good times made the great times even brighter.”
Joey added, “If I was stuck in a groundhog day scenario I would want to do the most recent ‘Ex-A-Rooney’. I got to be two different bad asses and do a handful of cool action rolls. What more could I ask for?”
Joey Rooney has grown up a lot over four seasons on Liv and Maddie, and actor Joey Bragg has a good idea of where he’ll be in 10 years time.
“I would keep it realistic but seeing who is currently in the white House I am going off the assumption that ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE!!!” Joey jokes with JJJ.
He continues, “I think Joey Rooney is going into his fifth year as a cast-member on SNL but is leaving to go protect the city of New York with his newfound superpowers.”
That’s a good prediction!
Speaking of his new SNL cast member status, Joey also opened up about how big the stand-up debut storyline was for him personally.
“[It meant] The world,” he shares. “Our show runners Ron and John were at the forefront of making this happen. When they approached me to write ten minutes, I was elated but nervous.”
“You never know how it’s gonna translate to a different platform not to mention I can’t see the audience the material was written for. I think it turned out really well thanks to our director Chris Poulos.”
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The end of Liv and Maddie has come and we’re still not ready to say goodbye just yet.
However, all of the actors have moved on from the show, which is where JJJ comes in and tells you just where you can see them next.
You can find out just what’s in store for Dove Cameron, Tenzing Norgay Trainor, Joey Bragg, Jessica Marie Garcia and more stars of the show.
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You’ll find some on the big screen, some on the small screen and others will be branching out in other amazing ways.
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Tonight’s the night…the night we say goodbye to our favorite Rooney family on Liv and Maddie.
“It really felt like it was the last week of high school, which it kind of was for the young actors,” showrunners John D. Beck and Ron Hart told JJJ about the final week of filming.
They added, “We have been lucky enough to work on a number of different television shows but we never got to finish a show where it felt like the time was right and everyone was, not ready to see it end, but ready to move on. That was a very nice feeling.”
Tonight’s episode will reveal that the Rooney house is finally rebuilt and Karen (Kali Rocha) can’t wait to have the family reunite in Wisconsin.
However, when exciting opportunities arise for each of the Rooney kids, their summer plans are suddenly thrown into jeopardy.
Liv and Maddie: Cali Style airs Friday, March 24 @5:30PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.
Dove Cameron, Tenzing Norgay Trainor and Joey Bragg make up one of our favorite sibling groups ever, so it’s no wonder that they totally impressed for their auditions for the show.
“This is my favorite story ever,” John D. Beck says before sharing how Joey entered their world. “Joey Rooney was an incredibly difficult part to cast because we needed to find somebody who was not the typical kid…not a cool kid, not a nerd, but something we termed as confidently awkward.”
“He was sitting in the lobby and I made a note in my mind to make sure we saw him because I thought he was going to be the kid we needed for Joey,” he continues. “He walked in and the first words Joey Bragg took a look at Ron, who kind of does look a little like Joey Bragg, with the glasses, but isn’t thing like Joey is.”
“The first words he ever said to us were ‘Hey, you look exactly like I’ll look in a few years if I make a lot of bad life choices’. I was like, ‘This is my guy. You don’t have to say another word. You got the part as far as I’m concerned’. He did nail the part.”
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Let’s be honest, Liv and Maddie fans are some of the best fans out there, and the cast definitely agree.
“I don’t know if it has hit me yet,” Joey Bragg says honestly. “It’s amazing every time I meet a fan or a parent that claims to not be a fan. I love what we are putting out and I am just so glad that other people like it too.”
He adds, “It’s amazing to see how many times I’ve interacted with fans on social media and to think ‘Wow, this is just a fraction of what Dove must be getting.’”
There are a handful of moments that stand out to Joey after meeting fans of the show.
“There are some fans that get obsessed but when I was there age I got obsessed with certain things too. James Bond, Cars, perfecting my abs,” he jokes. “I just love that there is someone whose day can be turned completely around by me liking their most recent collage they made for Jillow.”
The Liv and Maddie series finale airs TOMORROW, Friday, March 24th @ 5:30PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.