The two voice Smurf Lily and Smurfette in the upcoming Smurfs: The Lost Village, which will hit theaters in April.
“SmurfLily is smart and practical, but she’s full of creativity too,” Ariel dishes about her character, SmurfLily. “SmurfLily is who you call if you have a problem to solve.”
“She doesn’t take ‘no’ from anybody, especially Papa Smurf,” Demi shares about Smurfette. “She’s a strong, independent lady Smurf. Girl power!”
Demi adds, “I loved playing Smurfette. She’s kind and compassionate and really takes care of her fellow Smurfs. But she’s also really brave—she’s adventurous and when she wants something, she goes and gets it.”
Meghan Trainor is also pictured below with her character, Melody Smurf. Stay tuned to hear her song for the film, “I’m A Lady”, later tonight!
FYI: Ariel is also pictured below with BFF Jessie Bergg and heading back from the gym earlier this week.
Martina Stoessel did something not a lot of people actually get to do — meet the King and Queen of Spain!
The “Great Escape” singer was one of only 20 guests that were asked by the Argentine president Mauricio Macri asked to accompany him and first lady Juliana Awada in his first gala dinner at the Royal Palace in Madrid.
The Disney Channel alum is making her return to television on the CW, in their new show Insatiable.
According to THR, the show will center on what happens when a disgraced and dissatisfied civil lawyer-turned-beauty pageant coach takes on a vengeful, bullied teenager as his client and has no idea what he’s about to unleash upon the world.
Debby will star as Patty, the smart, opinionated and vulnerable former fat girl who found solace through eating but after having her jaw broken, loses 70 pounds and turns out to be gorgeous.
She’s the daughter of a beautiful alcoholic who has just gotten her 60-day AA chip, and Patty’s life takes an unexpected turn when Bob, her lawyer/beauty pageant coach, offers to help her become a professional beauty queen.