The dancer and actress hit the red carpet at the new film’s premiere last night, sporting a super cute green crop top — something that tells us she’s either really anxious to see The Green Ranger show up in the films or, is actually a fan of Rita Repulsa!
Liv (Dove Cameron) and Holden (Jordan Fisher) will go down in the Disney Channel history books as the couple that we all loved more than any other ship ever…and even the showrunners agree.
JJJ talked with John D. Beck and Ron Hart about the storyline they definitely wanted to have more episodes for.
“It would’ve been great to have more time with Holden and Liv,” John said. “I think we would’ve loved to play out the Josh/Maddie/Diggie triangle a little bit longer, too.”
He adds, “We had a whole storyline we’d love to play out with Johnny Nimbus (Kurt Long) out in California. There is just so much time you’d have on screen…we would’ve done the show for the next 100 years if they’d let us. We love these characters and the actors.”
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Last night’s episode of Liv and Maddie just proved that Liv and Holden are THE best couple on the show.
If you missed the episode, we’ll tell you that Holden came back to the show, along with Andi and Willow to support Liv as she attempted to find her singing voice again — and while they all gave her amazing advice, it was Holden’s that truly gave us all the feels.
“You wanna know who you are? You’re Liv Rooney and you’re awesome,” Holden tells her.
“I know you’re scared, but sometimes you just have to take a leap of faith…give it a shot.”
Check out the scene from last night’s ep where Liv sings again!
Liv & Maddie: Liv Sings Again – “Voice-A-Rooney”
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The actor and singer will perform his final show as John Laurens and Philip Hamilton in the smash Broadway musical.
“You don’ t know what it’ s going to be like, you don’t know how people are going to treat you, you don’t know what the vibe or the dynamic is going to be – and it was love from the beginning, the minute I opened the stage door,” Jordan shared with NKD mag‘s March issue about his first days.
He adds, “It was a blur. The first night, I was like, ‘I just have to get through it. I just have to get through it.’ Then I finished the show and I was like, “Wow, I just made my Broadway debut. That’ s pretty incredible.”’
With his run ending, Jordan headed to Instagram to share his thoughts of leaving and some pretty cool pics from it all. Check it out below!