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Ashley Tisdale, Corbin Bleu, Lucas Grabeel and Olesya Rulin supported director Kenny Ortega at the premiere of his new Disney movie at the Burbank, California on Friday.
The Sharpay Evans of 'High School Musical' announces her wedding to her musician fiance on Instagram and Twitter.
'It's obviously still pop and we've been playing with more dance pop,' the 'High School Musical 3:Senior Year' star describes her new music.
The former Disney star dedicates the song, which is produced by fiance Christopher French, to her late grandfather.
Nicholas Fiore, a man who is accused of stalking Ashley online and in person, is sentenced to one year in jail, one year in outpatient counseling as well as a fine.
The actress was seen wearing the engagement ring as she took a stroll with her musician-fiance Christopher French in NYC.
In a document submitted to the court, Tisdale fears for her and her boyfriend's life after a crazed fan sent song lyrics with reference to gun via Twitter.
The online stalker allegedly has tried to meet the former 'High School Musical' star in person by showing up at her house.
The 'Scary Movie 5' star wears no bra, sporting sultry looks in a black leather jacket and skimpy pants for a May edition of Maxim.
The 'High School Musical' actresses will lend their voices in the CMI Entertainment animated film, which also stars Ashley Benson and Big Time Rush's members Kendal Schmidt and Logan Henderson.
The birthday girl is joined by fellow former Disney stars Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens as well as some other friends.
The 'Anger Management' lead actor dismisses rumor he hosted a wild, loud party with some hookers inside his hotel room after dining with Denise Richards.
The actress, who guest stars as a high-priced escort on the FX series, dons a pair of jeans, baggy jacket and helmet while sitting behind the Jax depicter on the motorbike.
The 'Hellcats' alumna lands a two-episode arc as a high-priced escort on the crime drama, while the 'Shakespeare in Love' actor is in talks to play the head of a mental ward on the horror series.
The Sharpay Evans of the 'High School Musical' film series has been cast as one of the leads in the latest installment of the horror spoof franchise.