Mandy Moore Teases New Music Is in the Works

Along with a snippet of new song, the actress writes on Instagram, 'Getting back to it.'

AceShowbiz - Mandy Moore has teased her return to music.

The actress, who currently stars in the hit U.S. drama This Is Us, announced on Friday, July 13, she'd been back in the studio working on new music.

"Getting back to it. It's time. I miss it. I'm not scared anymore. No more excuses," she wrote on Instagram alongside a snippet of a new song. "No more allowing someone else's insecurities to dictate my relationship to music and singing. Boom. Also - this is just a little demo of something @themikeviola and I worked on yesterday... but still, it's a start!"

On Thursday, a fan asked the 34-year-old if she would be returning to her music roots.

"I'm currently trying to figure that one out," Mandy replied. "I miss it. I am surrounded by it. Work sure does keep us busy but I want to make it a priority."

The singer-turned-actress released her debut album, So Real, back in 1999. Since then, she's dropped six albums, with her most recent being Amanda Leigh in 2009.

Despite taking on the serious role of family matriarch Rebecca in This Is Us, Mandy is the voice of Rapunzel in the Disney movie Tangled, and the Disney Channel series of the same name.

Fans of the drama series were outraged when the actress missed out in the 2018 Emmys nominations, however she was full of praise for her This Is Us co-stars, onscreen son Sterling K. Brown and onscreen hubby Milo Ventimiglia, for their award nods.

"Couldn't be prouder of our #ThisIsUs family and our 8 #emmy nominations today," she gushed on Instagram. "Congrats to @miloanthonyventimiglia and @sterlingkbrown for their acting nods and @zoehaymakeup, @heatherplott, @ehmakeupartist and their teams for their makeup nom, @hvbahmet and her team for the costumes nod, #roncephasjones and #geraldmcraney for their guest actor noms, and the entire crew for our drama series nomination!! So much to celebrate!!"

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