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Pre-Save/Order Symptoms

Pre-Save/Order Symptoms

Just a few days back someone asked me via Twitter when we’ll be able to pre-save/order Ashley’s third studio album Symptoms. Then I didn’t know, now I do.  You can pre-order this personal piece of Ashley NOW (click here) and remember to spread the word about Ashley’s upcoming album. She also shared the tracklist via Instagram Stories:

  1. Symptoms
  2. Looking Glass
  3. Love Me & Let Me
  4. Insomnia
  5. Vibrations
  6. Under Pressure
  7. True Romance
  8. Voices In My Head
  9. Feeling So Good

Besides Ashley started spring cleaning her closet and is now selling a few of her items on Depop. Visit the shop here and find lots of photos from Ashley’s items in the gallery.

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Visiting a friend in Los Angeles

Visiting a friend in Los Angeles

On Wednesday (April 3) Ashley was seen visiting a friend in Los Angeles. She went live on Instagram Stories, showed off how she puts on her makeup and talked about several topics, such as the upcoming album and new music. Via Instagram Ashley shared:

Wow. I can’t believe symptoms is one month away 😳 for everyone who suffers from anxiety/depression let’s accept who we are, put on some music and let go!

Ashley’s back home from her vacation in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. In the gallery you can find some shots from her trip.

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‘Symptoms’ Release Date / Find Your Joy Event

‘Symptoms’ Release Date / Find Your Joy Event

Ashley left us shook this morning when she shared the release date for her third studio album Symptoms via social media. Mark this day: May 3! We’re not ready but also so ready, are you? Besides Ashley attended the Find Your Joy by Joy Shave Event in San Bruno, California on Tuesday (March 26).

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‘Merry Happy Whatever’: Ashley Tisdale Cast In Netflix Series

‘Merry Happy Whatever’: Ashley Tisdale Cast In Netflix Series

EXCLUSIVE: Netflix has assembled the cast opposite Dennis Quaid in holiday-themed multi-camera comedy series Merry Happy Whatever. Former Undateable co-stars Bridgit Mendler and Brent Morin will play leads in the series, joined by Ashley Tisdale, Adam Rose (Santa Clarita Diet) and former Angie Tribeca co-star Hayes MacArthur. The eight-episode series hails from former Everybody Loves Raymond executive producer Tucker Cawley, Aaron Kaplan’s Kapital Entertainment and Wendi Trilling’s TrillTV.

In Merry Happy Whatever, written by Cawley and directed by Pam Fryman, Dennis Quaid plays Don Quinn, a strong-willed patriarch who must balance the demands of his complicated family with the stress of the Christmas season when his youngest daughter comes home for the holidays with a new boyfriend.

Mendler plays Emmy Quinn, the independent-minded daughter home for the holidays and hoping her over-protective father will accept her musician boyfriend Matt (Morin), or at least not kill him.

Morin’s Matt is a struggling musician from LA who will have his hands full as he meets his girlfriend’s imposing father and close-knit family over a stressful and emotional Christmas break.

Tisdale plays Kayla, recently separated from her husband, desperately trying to figure out what’s next, and making everyone in the Quinn household as miserable as she is.

Rose plays Todd, a beleaguered son-in-law who is perpetually frustrated by the close-knit family he married into and copes by venting and drinking with his fellow in-laws.

MacArthur plays Sean, the only son of the Quinn family, a working-class family man who’s just trying to keep his head above water so he can watch the Eagles game in peace.

Mendler and Morin’s background of portraying a couple on NBC’s multi-camera comedy series Undateable played a role in their casting as a couple onMerry Happy Whatever. It was a scene of the two of them from the NBC sitcom submitted by Morin that led to the Netflix series producers also reaching out to Mendler, who had been working on a graduate degree from MIT and was not pursuing acting work at the moment.

Cawley serves as showrunner and executive produces Merry Happy Whatever with Quaid, Fryman, Kapital Entertainment’s Kaplan and Dana Honor and TrillTV’s Trilling.

Mendler is repped by Gershand Felker Toczek. Actor-comedian Morin, who has two comedy specials on Netflix, is repped by CAA, 3 Arts  and Felker Toczek.

Tisdale is repped by Gersh and Red Light. Rose is with BRS/Gage Talent Agency and The Cartel. MacArtur, recently seen in MGM’s digital series reboot of Mr. Mom, is repped by WME, Management 360 and Morris Yorn.

Source: Deadline

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‘Love Me & Let Me Go’ Music Video Release

‘Love Me & Let Me Go’ Music Video Release

This week is super exciting for Ashley and all Tizzies out there. Tomorrow (January 30th) the music video for Love Me & Let Me Go will be released. Make sure to catch it on Billboard at 9 AM ET/ 6 AM PT. On Thursday (January 31st) the new Illuminate Cosmetics Glow Up palette drops (get notified) and in general we’re getting lots of videos from last week’s interviews. In the last post the Entertainment Weekly interview was shared, now you can watch Ashley’s Young Hollywood interview. Enjoy!

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Ashley Tisdale on the real-life inspiration behind her new album — and surviving her time at Disney

Ashley Tisdale on the real-life inspiration behind her new album — and surviving her time at Disney

Ashley Tisdale has found her voice. The actress-singer-producer-beauty-mogul has been through it — and by it, we mean pretty much everything. Professionally: she kicked off her career in Hollywood as a Disney superstar and came out the other side almost entirely unscathed — one of the only members of her Disney class to survive without a scandal to speak of — pivoting to production work and a beauty brand. Personally: She went through a period (a journey, in her words) of anxiety and depression that probably isn’t unfamiliar to many in the industry.

But now Tisdale is returning to her roots. No, this isn’t the exclusive announcement of an official High School Musical reunion (please don’t click away!). She’s releasing an album, her first music to hit radio waves since 2009 (the year of HSM 3) — the second single from Symptoms, “Love Me and Let Me Go,” just dropped. But diehard nostalgia-heads take note, it isn’t going to be anything like “Fabulous.”

“I knew that in order for me to do an album [again] it had to be something important,” Tisdale told EW during a visit to the Los Angeles studio. “Especially because I knew that I had recorded in the past and wasn’t in love with anything that I had done.”

In the old version of her music career (Ashley Tisdale 1.0), she admits the focus was often on the sound of the songs far more than the lyrics. It’s a realization that has presumably hit many of her peers — compare anything by current-day Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, or Selena Gomez to their tracks during the Disney years and you won’t find much subject matter of substance. But now that Tisdale has the autonomy that comes with years of a career driven by her own self — instead of a huge team beholden to a huge machine — she knows exactly what she wants.

“I was very overproduced in the last two albums that I’ve done,” she says. “And this, I would say, is much more stripped-down.”

Now, Tisdale is eager to keep moving forward in her career. As fondly as she considers her time in the High School Musical franchise — costar Vanessa Hudgens is still one of her best friends and a duet with Lucas Grabeel delivered one of her highest-viewed YouTube videos — she still marvels at its seemingly unending lifespan.

“I still see stuff about High School Musical trending and I’m like, ‘Why?’” she laughs. “It’s been so long.”

She also has a very particular aversion to watching any of her past movies or TV shows. She points out that she has no problem listening to the songs from Symptoms (“I don’t know if it’s learning not to be so hard on myself, but I’m so proud of it”), but that her past acting always brings up things she could have done better.

“One of my old movies — I think it was Aliens in the Attic — came on recently and I was just like, ‘Oh God!’” she laughs. “Oh, and Scary Movie 5 came on once. Change the channel!”

For the record, when pressed, she says she would totally re-watch High School Musical 2 — but we wouldn’t recommend reading into that statement too much. For now, she’s all in on music without Sharpay.