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Posted on March 30, 2022 / by Sarah in Article, Photoshoots, Screen Captures, Video

When Ashley Tisdale first revealed her baby’s nursery on Instagram, the room was decidedly minimalist with its white walls, white rug, and streamlined wood crib from Kalon Studios. The singular piece of art by Stella Maria Baer perfectly echoed her daughter’s celestial name, Jupiter. But now that Jupiter has been exploring Earth for an entire year, her surroundings look very different, thanks to dark green paint and a patterned pink rug. “I started to get to know her, and I was like, okay, this is a little bit too vanilla-y for her. We need to pump up the funkiness because she just has a cool, fun personality,” Tisdale says. “I think she has a design eye to be honest.” Without diving too far into the science of talking to your baby in utero, this makes total sense. After all, Tisdale and her composer husband Christopher French moved into their current home when she was around seven months pregnant, at which point the High School Musical alum dove headfirst into decorating. The talented Tisdale was well prepared for the undertaking, considering she launched her design passion project, Frenshe Interiors, last year.

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An aesthete who has worked with AD100 talents like Jake Arnold and Pierce & Ward on past homes, and who also enrolled herself in Kelly Wearstler’s Masterclass, Tisdale had never furnished an entire house by herself. Nonetheless, she felt up to the challenge after successfully tackling an extensive kitchen remodel with her contractor father for her previous home in Los Feliz in Los Angeles.

Aside from the fact that her new home was move-in ready, its lush foliage was what drew Tisdale in. “I was pregnant, and I feel like Jupiter was a part of picking this house because [now] she loves looking at the trees. She loves nature,” says the singer and actor. The interiors, especially the kitchen, lean a bit more streamlined and modern than Tisdale’s past dwellings (AD toured her former Hollywood Hills Spanish colonial home in 2018). However, they provided the perfect canvas, especially considering that Tisdale’s design philosophy is to always look to the home itself for inspiration. “I have a style, but I don’t stay so close to that style that it doesn’t work in a house,” she explains.

As with so much else these days, the pandemic also factored into Tisdale’s process. “I pretty much designed this whole house through Instagram,” she says. “We weren’t really going to stores and stuff, and we weren’t going out. I was pregnant, so I was being super safe.” It is no huge surprise, then, that there’s an Ettore Sottsass Ultrafragola mirror, a model that received positive attention on social media in recent years. But it’s clear that if Instagram’s algorithm influenced Tisdale at all, it curated an explore page for her that is full of the kind of popular pieces that are also savvy investments. “I went with the mentality of falling in love with every piece,” she says. “With how much I have moved [in the past], for this home I specifically decided to get real designer furniture and vintage pieces.”

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So, would Tisdale work with herself again in the future? Yes, but for now, she’s content to stay put in the home she’s created. “What I realized while working with designers is that I’ll have a vision, and they have a vision,” she says. “But they’re so good at what they do. It’s beautiful. You’re like, Well, I love it.” This time though, not only are her surroundings beautiful, but they’re also exactly as she envisioned them. “I fully love this house. I love every piece of everything I’ve done here, and I’m really proud of myself.”

Posted on August 04, 2021 / by Sarah in Article

Ashley Tisdale’s life has changed a lot since you last checked in on her. For one, she’s a new mom. Tisdale and husband Christopher French welcomed their first child, daughter Jupiter Iris French, in March. Now, Jupiter is running her world — fitting for a child who shares her name with the biggest planet in the universe — all while she’s contemplating another music comeback and working on Fox’s The Masked Dancer. “Before, obviously, I could just do my own thing,” the High School Musical alum tells Bustle. “But now, my schedule really revolves around her.”

If it feels weird as a fan seeing Sharpay Evans as a mom, imagine how it feels for Tisdale’s friends, who rarely saw her pregnant due to to the star locking herself in during the COVID-19 pandemic. “To kind of go from that to like, ‘I have a baby!’ It’s so crazy for people,” she says, laughing. This made their reunions even sweeter, particularly when it came to her HSM co-star and longtime BFF Vanessa Hudgens, whom Jupiter embraced when they met for the first time.

“She doesn’t know to [hug],” Tisdale explains, mimicking Jupiter’s arms reaching out. “She doesn’t even do it to me, but she literally saw Vanessa and was like, ‘Oh my god,’ reached out to her, and I was like, ‘I’ve never seen her do that!’ It was so wild. She loved Vanessa, I think she just knew how much Vanessa means to me. They were so cute together, and Vanessa just kept tearing up the entire time because it was so wild … because this year, you just don’t see friends, and I saw Vanessa maybe once or twice that year, which is very rare for us.”

As a mother, not only has Tisdale’s life been upended in the best way, but she’s also learned new life lessons along the way. At only 4 months old, Jupiter has already instilled “patience” in her famous mom, especially when it comes to adapting to unexpected situations, like when Tisdale had to switch to Enfamil’s formula Enspire after their breastfeeding experience didn’t go as anticipated. “I think that’s constantly something she’s teaching me, is that you have to let go of what you think might happen,” Tisdale says. “There’s times where we’ll be like, ‘Let’s go out for breakfast, and have an amazing meal,’ and she’s hysterically crying the entire time, and you’re like, ‘Why did you think it’d be so much easier?’ She’s just teaching me that you have to be in the moment.”

Now that Jupiter has “arrived earth side,” as Tisdale described on Instagram after her birth, the 36-year-old star is looking a bit toward the future. She just finished a judging stint on the debut season of The Masked Dancer, a Masked Singer spinoff, where she proudly proclaimed herself “the worst” at guessing contestants’ celebrity identities. “I think I mentioned Will Ferrell for one,” she remembers. “I thought he was the sloth because he did the ribbon dancing. It reminded me of Old School, and I was like, ‘It is Will Ferrell.’ The best part was, I knew I wasn’t the best at guessing, but I loved how committed I was to thinking it was them.”

Tisdale is pursuing new roles with a different mindset, knowing that Jupiter is waiting at home. “Instead of veering off and being like, ‘Oh, well. I’ll do this [project] instead,’ if that’s what I want to do, I want to go for it, because otherwise I’m taking time away from my baby,” she says. “I have really wanted to push myself out of my comfort zone and do things different. People have known me for a long time on sitcoms, so a dream of mine would be doing a single-camera comedy, maybe a dark comedy, something a little bit more grounded than things I’ve done in the past.”

While Tisdale’s eyes are on her precious present and limitless future, that doesn’t mean she isn’t looking at the past just a little as well for inspiration. After making her music comeback with the 2019 Symptoms album, a concept record that saw her open up in detail about her struggles with anxiety and mental health, the singer is getting the itch to return to the bubblegum pop sound that defined her 2000s albums Headstrong and Guilty Pleasure.

“When I don’t hear something and I miss something, I’m like, ‘Gosh, I really wish there was more pop music,’” she says. “I’d probably go back to my roots with the pop music and do something that was very ‘He Said She Said.’ I think that would be fun.”

While she doesn’t often return to those (highly underrated) breakout albums — “Could you imagine if I was like, ‘I rock out to myself all the time?’” — Tisdale still remembers how she felt making them and the value they hold today. “They really just represent me growing up,” she says. “I think that those two albums … I went through a lot of relationship stuff and I was in my young 20s, so I think they really reflect where I was and what stage of life I was in.”

If her new stage of life with Jupiter is any indication, get ready for a wiser, mature Tisdale that still knows her way around a classic pop jam.

Source: Bustle

Posted on January 12, 2021 / by Sarah in Article, Miscs

Ashley Tisdale hasn’t been singing the halls of high school for a decade or more, but she’s made good use to the money she made.

The actress and her spouse, singer Christopher French, are marketing their Los Feliz home for a handsome $5,795,000!  The outdoors space is romantic and spacious, but the inside feels like a real home. Not some “don’t touch the furniture” museum that we often see in celebrity real estate.

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From the listing: Welcome to this stunning 1923 masterpiece located on the highly sought after Nottingham Ave in prime Los Feliz with magnificent city views.

$5,795,000    4,214 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms plus 1-bed/1.5-bath guesthouse

Source: Evil Beet Gossip

Posted on January 05, 2021 / by Sarah in Article, High School Musical

Ashley Tisdale doesn’t envision herself marathoning the High School Musical movies with her daughter.

The 35-year-old singer/actress, who’s currently expecting her first child with husband Christopher French, built quite the résumé of family entertainment as a Disney Channel star. From playing Maddie on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody to voicing Candace on Phineas and Ferb, Tisdale’s past projects pack hours of content her baby girl on the way may want to stream one day.

But don’t expect Tisdale to partake in the family TV time.

“Personally, I don’t watch my own stuff,” she tells PEOPLE. “Also, my husband has hardly seen anything that I’m in. I think I just showed him High School Musical this year, and we’ve been married six years at this point. And that wasn’t even the full movie. I’m not someone who likes to watch myself.”

“I’m not going to be like, ‘Don’t watch it.’ I just don’t know if that’s something… ,” explains Tisdale, adding, “I look completely different. It feels like a different lifetime!”

Tisdale, a brand ambassador for OLLY and their prenatal multivitamins, recalls her niece watching the High School Musical films at 7 years old not too long ago — and not recognizing her while watching Sharpay onscreen.

“My niece was like, ‘That’s my aunt?’ ” she says with a laugh. “Yeah, I don’t see myself watching myself with my child. That’s just not who I am.”

The star currently appears on the new competition series The Masked Dancer, a spinoff of the smash-hit Masked Singer on Fox. Hosted by Craig Robinson, the series tasks panelists (Tisdale, Ken Jeong, Paula Abdul and Brian Austin Green) with guessing the identities of celebrities showing off their dance moves while in quirky costumes.

“This time right now, it’s obviously been really difficult for everyone. I have to say, doing this show — it was the most fun I’ve ever had shooting anything. It is so much fun,” she says. “It really brought such a light to me in this moment of time with everything going on, and I just think it’s going to be so entertaining.”

Source: People

Posted on November 01, 2020 / by Sarah in Article, House of Ashes, Video

Those that managed to unlock the secret ending for The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan unlocked a teaser trailer for Dark Pictures: Little Hope, and now the same has happened for the third game in Supermassive’s horror anthology series. Thanks to the secret teaser trailer, The Dark Pictures: House of Ashes has been confirmed to be the third game in the series, currently slated to launch at some point in 2021.

The Dark Pictures: House of Ashes appears to be set in a desert, with the characters exploring a dark cave system. Unlike the protagonists of Man of Medan and Little Hope, it appears the characters in House of Ashes will be better-equipped to fight off whatever is coming after them, as the trailer shows machineguns. Other than that, it’s difficult to determine what exactly The Dark Pictures: House of Ashes will be about, but fans should learn more next year.

Each game in The Dark Pictures series has featured a Hollywood actor, who also appears on the cover. Man of Medan featured Shawn Ashmore, and the newly-released Little Hope featured Will Poulter. Now it appears as though The Dark Pictures: House of Ashes will star High School Musical‘s Ashley Tisdale, though that has yet to be confirmed. If the actress seen in the teaser trailer isn’t Ashley Tisdale, it’s someone who looks exactly like her.

The only other piece of information fans can glean about The Dark Pictures: House of Ashes is that it could very well be the final game in the series. When players finish The Dark Pictures: Little Hope, The Curator says that he will see the players “at least one more time.” He also hints at The Dark Pictures: House of Ashes‘ setting, suggesting that they will meet again in an Arabian desert.

Based on the release dates for The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan and Little Hope, fans should be able to expect The Dark Pictures: House of Ashes to drop in either the summer or fall of 2021. It would make sense to try releasing the game near Halloween again, as that seems to be when the public is most interested in horror experiences.

When The Dark Pictures: House of Ashes does launch, it will be interesting to see if it addresses some of the complaints directed at the first two games in the series. Little Hope reviews have been mixed, as were the reviews for Man of Medan, with neither game meeting the high bar set by Until Dawn. Maybe with The Dark Pictures anthology series, the third time’s the charm.

The Dark Pictures: House of Ashes will launch in 2021 for unspecified platforms.

Source: Game Rant

Posted on December 25, 2019 / by Sarah in Appearances, Article

Ashley Tisdale is feeling merry and bright this holiday season, both literally and figuratively. She’s literally glowing as she promotes Neutrogena’s new Bright Boost collection, a line of products powered by Neoglucosamine to gently resurface, re-texturize and replenish skin with hydration. And figuratively, her present and future is bright, as well. The 34-year-old actress talks to us about her beauty routine, her New Year’s intentions (she doesn’t make resolutions), her upcoming projects and how—finally—she found self-love.

Let’s talk skincare. How has Neutrogena’s Bright Boost collection helped your skin? When do you use it/need it the most?
Obviously, as we head into our 30s, our skin tends to get dull, so what I love about the Neutrogena Bright Boost collection is that it is created by millennials for millennials to address that – it helps even out the skin tone and also helps with hydration.
What’s your favorite product from the collection and why?
I am a big fan of the Neutrogena Bright Boost Gel Cream and the Illuminating Face Serum. Within a week of using them together, my skin totally brightened up!
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Can you wear it under makeup?
For me, it’s all about skin prep before makeup. What I love about the Neutrogena Bright Boost Illuminating Face Serum is that it really hydrates your skin, especially if you have committed any “skin sins,” like not drinking enough water. This will totally help brighten your skin before you apply any foundation or concealer.
 
What makes this a millennial-friendly product range?
I think the packaging and the fact that it is created by millennials for millennials, and not just someone in a lab creating what they think we need. It’s created by those who need it, which I think really comes through in the product. For me, it’s something that I love being able to use, especially when you wear a ton of makeup for work like I do – my skin will get dull, and I do have trouble areas like evening out my skin tone, so I feel this line really helps me with all of that.
 
What’s your daily skincare/beauty routine?
My daily routine is obviously washing my face using a gentle face wash, which is also what I love about this line because the Bright Boost Resurfacing Micro Polish is really soft and gentle. I am not a big fan of scrubs that are too abrasive and scrape your face, so this one is perfect because it’s really gentle and I feel I can use this weekly and then I just use the Gel Cream and Illuminating Face Serum, then go out and do my day. Then the one thing at night that I do is always take off my makeup – no matter what! So even if you can’t get to products, I would say just wash your face because leaving makeup on your skin overnight is just not great.
Do you have any beauty hacks you can share?
I think for me it’s just drinking enough water. I drink 1.5 liters of water a day and I carry a big bottle with me throughout the day, so I know how much water I drink. What you eat and finding out what you are sensitive to food wise is important, too, because your skin is a reflection of what you are ingesting. So if something breaks you out, doing a journal of what you ate that day and seeing how your skin reacts is helpful. And really when it comes to products and skincare, I am not a big believer in having twenty things you need to do to your face at night. I am a big believer in quality over quantity and being very specific to what your skin’s needs are.
Also, we are often taught to dry out face with a wash cloth but I have had a dermatologist say that is actually not good for you and it does create wrinkles more than it doesn’t, so I tend to wash my face and let it air dry as much as possible before applying creams, serum and SPF and so on. And if you want to use a towel, I would say to gently pat it with a towel vs rubbing your face with it.
 
You’re in “Carol’s Second Act” and “Happy Merry Whatever” currently. What do you have in the pipeline for 2020?
For me, I love playing the characters that I am playing. I always dreamt of being on a TV series, let alone two TV series, which is pretty wild, so I hope to continue doing that. Then, if I have time in between those production schedules, then I hope to do a cool indie movie. I am exploring things that I personally want to do in the lifestyle area, so I am excited to see what happens with that.
 
Do you have any New Year’s Resolutions? Holiday plans?
I feel like I have gotten to a point where I am my most natural self. I don’t have extensions and I have been letting my hair air dry, which is wild because I don’t think I have let my hair air dry for about fifteen years because I have really curly hair. I love my curly hair now, so whenever I have time off, I just let it go. So I think for me, it’s still self-exploring and self-love. I think one aspect is that you can use products that obviously make you feel good but really it’s about feeling good about yourself at the end of the day.
 
And last but not least, what to you is the greatest luxury in life and why?
My greatest luxury right now is being able to work where I live. These days things don’t always shoot in Los Angeles and I have a lot of friends who are away a lot, so for me to be able to do two series that I love and have them be on the same lot, is pretty amazing. You may not think of that as being a luxury but I have a friend who I haven’t seen in eight months because she has been gone for work, shooting projects and hasn’t been home at all. So it may seem like a small thing but I love it because I am able to see my husband and be home and see my family while I am also working, so it’s a very exciting thing to be able to do.
Source: Haute Living
Posted on December 06, 2019 / by Sarah in Article, Photoshoots

The new Netflix series ‘Merry, Happy, Whatever’ shows Ashley Tisdale in impressive moments of comedy & emotion. She spoke to HL about her latest role.

Ashley Tisdale takes on the holiday season as a newly single woman who is in the process of discovering her true self — while dealing with her family of wildly different personalities, of course! In the Netflix sitcom Merry, Happy, Whatever, Ashley stars as Kayla Quinn, the middle daughter of the Quinn family, led by their strong-willed, tough-loving father Don, played by the icon that is Dennis Quaid. Early in the series, Kayla’s husband stuns her by demanding a divorce (in front of her whole family), which leads Kayla down a road of self-discovery, which ends in an emotional moment when she comes out as gay to her family. Interestingly, Ashley, along with the rest of the cast, was unaware of her character’s arc and “figured out who she was as the same time.”

“I only knew the first episode because Tucker [Cawley] wouldn’t let us in on what was going to happen with our characters, which is really cool because sometimes if you know the arc of the character, you’re almost a couple steps ahead. Whereas I got to be in the moment with her trying to figure it out,” Ashley explained in an EXCLUSIVE interview with HollywoodLife.com. “She’s trying to figure out who she is and she’s in a self-identity crisis. I was trying to figure out who she was at the same time as well, so it was kind of like we did it together.”

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“But I have to say, yeah, it was one of the most fulfilling acting roles that I’ve really ever gotten to do because I think a lot of the roles that I have done in the past have been very strong characters and they know who they are and there isn’t this, ‘Who am I?’ That’s what I usually bring to a role because I’m pretty confident person and I really know what I like, I know what I want,” Ashley continued, referencing her previous roles such as the determined Sharpay Evans in High School Musical and Maddie Fitzpatrick in Suite Life Of Zack and Cody. “With Kayla, it was just such a different situation where I got to really add things in there.”

Ashley revealed that she found out about her character’s story arc when she was tipped off by someone in wardrobe who dished that they would need to cut her hair mid-season. “I feel like there hasn’t really been anything on TV where the journey of someone finding out that they are gay is documented. I think that was really different,” she explained. “I really cared about Kayla and I really respected her as a character, and I wanted to do [the coming out scene] in the most in the most authentic way.”

The actress added that playing the role “means so much” to her. “Acting is all about being someone else and getting into someone else’s shoes, so to jump into Kayla’s shoes and to go through something I’ve never gone through in my life was really inspiring and beautiful I really was excited to share that,” Ashley said.

You can binge watch Merry, Happy, Whatever on Netflix NOW!

Source: Hollywood Life

Posted on December 06, 2019 / by Sarah in Article, Photoshoots
1. First, if anyone could play you in a movie, who would you pick?
Lili Reinhart. I do think we look similar, and I love her. I’m a big fan of hers.
2. What’s the last TV show you binge-watched?
The Morning Show.
3. Who’s the last person that texted you?
Elizabeth Ho from Merry Happy Whatever.
4. What’s your biggest fear?
Hmm… I don’t know. I don’t tend to have huge fears. I’m a little fearless, I guess.
5. What is your most-used emoji, and why?
Most-used is the crying/laughing face 😂, because I’m always laughing.
6. Who’s your celebrity doppelgänger?
I probably have to say Lili [Reinhart], right? I never noticed it, except fans always tweet about it. Her and Brittany Murphy.
7. Go-to comfort food and why?
My go-to comfort food would probably be Thai food. I don’t really eat a lot of carbs, so when I do, I want pad thai. It’s just so comforting.
8. What’s your guilty pleasure?
Coffee, because I love it too much.
9. What’s the last thing you searched on Google?
Actually a thunder jacket for [my dog Ziggy].
10. Who was your celeb crush growing up?
Probably Leonardo DiCaprio. I remember a People Magazine photoshoot of him — he was just in a black t-shirt and it was this blue background. I had it up on my wall and it was the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen.
11. What’s the first album you bought?
The Britney Spears single “…Baby One More Time.”
12. What’s the most starstruck you’ve ever been?
Probably when I met Jennifer Aniston.
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13. What’s the wildest rumor you’ve ever heard about yourself?
I remember Zac [Efron] came to my birthday party — and me and Zac are like brother and sister. He was being all lovey-dovey and we were hanging out, but the paparazzi just got pictures of us. It looked like it was just us, but it was so many people and my boyfriend was at the birthday party. I think the rumor was we were dating and I was like, “This is so dumb.”
14. What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever gotten?
To not take anything personally. It could be not getting the job, to someone saying the wrong thing to you — it’s just so much better to kind of separate yourself from it, and you won’t get hurt by it.
15. What’s the last book you read?
I’ve actually read it twice. It’s called Your Power to Heal. I got it when I was in Big Sur after my dog had passed. I didn’t know, but it’s actually a book about taking back your power over any type of disease or anxiety, and that we are not victims to disease, we actually could heal ourselves. And so I really liked that idea. It teaches you how to heal yourself when you’re going through something. I think it’s really amazing. It really has helped with just little symptoms of back aches and neck [pain], like all of that stuff. You just talk to your body and your body kind of responds too it’s pretty cool.


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