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Jordan & Ellie Fisher Open Up About Magical Walt Disney World Wedding!

Jordan & Ellie Fisher Open Up About Magical Walt Disney World Wedding!

Jordan Fisher and his new wife Ellie are dishing on their wedding day!

The longtime couple got married on November 21st at The Most Magical Place on Earth – Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla.

They shared that their ceremony had to take place after the park was closed and no one else was in the parks, and everyone had to adhere to social distancing and pandemic safety measures.

“We had to truncate everything, but even though it was small and sweet, it was very intimate and personal,” Jordan told People. “I had enough time to make eye contact with every guest that was there and got to soak in that moment with each individual person.”

“We didn’t see any of the set-up until it was actually happening, and I remember walking into the park being like, ‘This is unbelievable.’ They did a wonderful job,” Ellie added.

“I saw Jordan and he just kind of buckled over a little bit and started tearing up. My dad was next to me and he started crying,” she said about walking down the aisle. “We had been planning for that moment for a long time, so for it to finally happen I was just overjoyed.”


Jordan & Ellie Fisher Talk About Their Wedding

Jordan Fisher & Ellie Woods Got Married This Weekend! (Report)

Jordan Fisher & Ellie Woods Got Married This Weekend! (Report)

Jordan Fisher and Ellie Woods are officially Mr and Mrs!!

The longtime couple were married over the weekend, on Saturday (November 21), according to Us Weekly.

Jordan and Ellie both teased their nuptials leading up to that moment.

“Off to get MARRIED 😍,” Jordan tweeted on Thursday (November 19).

Ellie wrote on her Twitter just the morning of their wedding. “Should I get married today? Yes or no?” she wrote.

She’s also since changed her Instagram handle to reflect her new last name!

Earlier in the month, Jordan teased that they were getting married before Thanksgiving.

“Throwwwwwwback to the first getaway with my love. Couple years later, I would propose here. And a year and half later, we’ll be spending our first turkey day here as HUSBAND👏🏽AND👏🏽WIFE👏🏽😍,” he wrote with a cute photo.

The couple was originally supposed to get married back in July in Hawaii, but had to postpone due to the pandemic.

Congratulations to Jordan and Ellie!!!

If you missed it, see what Jordan said earlier this year about starting a family with Ellie.

Jordan Fisher, Garrett Clayton & Kent Boyd Have Mini 'Teen Beach Movie' Reunion

Jordan Fisher, Garrett Clayton & Kent Boyd Have Mini 'Teen Beach Movie' Reunion

There was recently a Teen Beach Movie reunion!

Jordan Fisher shared a dance video on his Instagram last week, which also featured his TBM co-stars Garrett Clayton and Kent Boyd.

“Tanner, Rascal and SeaCat truly are just a fine wine, ya know?” he wrote in the caption.

Apparently Jordan wrote the wrong character name at first, as he added in the comments, “Wow…I really said Brady when I meant Tanner huh. Wow.”

Jordan starred as Seacat, Garrett played Tanner and Kent was Rascal. They were all part of the surfers crew in both of the Disney Channel Original Movies.

It’s been seven years since the original movie premiered in 2013, five years since the sequel in 2015, and we love seeing these three back together again!

In case you missed the big news, Jordan recently announced an exciting new project!

Jordan Fisher To Star In & Executive Produce 'Hello, Goodbye & Everything In Between'

Jordan Fisher To Star In & Executive Produce 'Hello, Goodbye & Everything In Between'

Jordan Fisher has lined up a new role, or two actually!

The 26-year-old entertainer will not only star in the movie adaptation of Hello, Goodbye And Everything In Between, but he’ll also serve as an executive producer.

Jordan will be executive producing alongside To All The Boys producer Matt Kaplan for the movie, which is based off of the book of the same name by Jennifer E. Smith.

“I was fortunate enough to enter a really special space with the To All The Boys family. We got to make magic and I’m THRILLED to do that again with the same family, but with a new story. I adore Matt and the entire ACE team, and I can’t wait to get back to set with this particular film and have the opportunity to work behind the camera as an executive producer,” Jordan said in a statement, via Deadline.

Jordan is a once in a generation kind of talent. His on-screen dynamics are outmatched by his offscreen smarts, wit and creativity. He is exactly the kind of talent we at ACE want to be making projects with and I can’t wait for audiences to see him as Aidan in this beautiful love story,” Matt said about Jordan.

Hello, Goodbye And Everything In Between follows Clare and Aidan, who after making a pact that they would break up before college, find themselves retracing the steps of their relationship on their last evening as a couple. The epic date leads them to familiar landmarks, unexpected places, and causes them to question whether high school love is meant to last.

Jordan Fisher Reveals The 1 Question He Doesn't Want to Be Asked Anymore

Jordan Fisher Reveals The 1 Question He Doesn't Want to Be Asked Anymore

Jordan Fisher is opening up about interviews!

The 26-year-old singer, dancer and actor recently dished on the one thing he doesn’t like to be asked, and wishes that it wouldn’t be asked anymore.

“People always ask what would I would pick between singing or acting etc,” Jordan told FAULT magazine. “I do so many different things in the entertainment industry that people don’t even know about so my answer to that dumb question is, ‘I couldn’t ever pick’. Now if I had to pick a favorite, it would be Broadway. I love television, music, voice-over work, writing, producing, gaming but I find myself missing Broadway the most.”

In case you missed it, see what Jordan said about starting a family with his fiancee Ellie Woods!

Jordan Fisher Opens Up About Starting a Family With Fiancee Ellie Woods

Jordan Fisher Opens Up About Starting a Family With Fiancee Ellie Woods

Jordan Fisher is opening up perfectionism and being a good partner and father.

The 26-year-old entertainer dished in a new interview about building his tribe with fiancee Ellie Woods.

When asked what his fault is, Jordan shared that he is a perfectionist and that’s something he will have to relinquish a bit to be a good family man.

“I’m a number three on the Enneagram scale. If you know anything about the Enneagram scale and threes, we are people driven by success and the perception of it,” Jordan told FAULT magazine. “That has ultimately made me the perfectionist that I am, but I don’t think it’s fair to myself or to anybody else who has to live with my perfectionism. To project it onto a younger generation or my peers is not fair. I need to the hardest working person in the room, but I also need to be viewed that way; I think that has its strengths, but I also know first hand that there are a lot of weaknesses to that – but therapy is great for a lot of reasons!”

“I know I have to relinquish perfectionism. I have a very tight circle which I call my tribe because they make me feel happy. Ellie and I are building our tribe, having kids and everything, and I have to let perfectionism go to be a good partner,” Jordan added.

“I want to protect the things that I love most, whether it’s my people or it’s my projects and I’m not always going to be successful at that, but I’m for sure going to try my hardest. I think that relinquishing control and relinquishing perfectionism is only going to be for the best,” he said.

Jordan Fisher Applauds The Diversity In New Movie 'Work It'

Jordan Fisher Applauds The Diversity In New Movie 'Work It'

Jordan Fisher is opening up about his new movie Work It!

The 26-year-old entertainer recently dished about the diversity in the Netflix dance movie.

“The great thing about Work It is… the diversity is incredible,” Jordan told GQ Australia. “There’s something about building something where you know that there’s gonna be a kid somewhere that watches it, and they’re gonna look at the screen and say ‘oh my God, that’s me.’ Even if they don’t want to pursue dance, being able to relate to that person on the screen — that’s success.”

“I mean dance is the world. Most of the dance films my generation grew up loving — The Last Dance, Step Up, Honey, You Got Served — in all of those films there are all these different genres of dance, and cultures and diversity,” he added about dance movies. “You Got Served is one of my favorite films of all time, and it’s a predominantly black cast. I think dance films, for the most part, have been very ahead of their time.”

Jordan also recently talked about diversity in Hollywood in another interview.

“I think that we’ve come a long way, but God, do we have a long way to go still,” he told Variety. “I think that ultimately at the end of the day, still, Black voices are the most inspirational, but also white voices are still the most powerful. There’s not a lot of change that can happen until the white voices go, ‘Huh. Maybe, what if we did this?’ and tested the waters.”