This collab will give you the chills…
High School Musical’s Ashley Tisdale invited over big-voiced Glee gal pal Lea Michele to join in the backyard summer fun for her YouTube series, Music Sessions, in which she and a famous guest cover acoustic versions of pop songs in a laid-back atmosphere. For the latest offering, Ashley and Lea opt to give a whirl to Robyn‘s club anthem “Dancing on My Own.”
In the casual intro, the friends talk about spending their summer together meditating and joke about going to get couples massages together but leaving the Tis’ husband Christopher French at home. After the back and forth, the singers get down to it and give their audiences a treat with their vocals.
The ditty is accompanied and arranged by the Tis’ rocker husband, who is the lead singer of the band Annie Automatic.
Lea took to Instagram to share a pic from the feel-good song, writing, “Joined my very good friend @ashleytisdale to cover @robynkonichiwa #DancingOnMyOwn #TizzieTuesday.”
For the meet-up, Lea opted for a feminine and frilly polka-dot blue frock. Ashley went a little more funky with a gingham blouse, black pants and a red belt. She paired the look with red cowboy mules.
Ashley has invited over BFF Vanessa Hudgens to sing “Exes and Ohs,” and Debi Ryan to take on Destiny’s Child hit “Say My Name.” She’s also done several duets like “I’m Still Into You” and “Toxic” with her musical husband.
If you didn’t get enough of the former Glee star in the clip and now that Scream Queens is dunzo, you can get an eyeful of the brunette pretty soon, as she will be coming to a TV screen near you this far, starring in the upcoming comedy The Mayor about a struggling hip-hop artist who runs for mayor in order to promote his mix-tape and amazingly enough— wins.
Published at Tue, 25 Jul 2017 20:50:00 +0000
Are you sitting down, Broad City fans? Because we’ve got some news that might rattle you.
Ahead of the premiere of the highly-anticipated fourth season of their Comedy Central hit, stars and executive producers Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer are admitting that they’ve begun to think about how much longer they want to keep making the show. Like we said,
Seated before reporters for the show’s panel during the 2017 TCA Summer Press Tour, the ladies were asked if their ability to use the show as a platform to comment on things that matter to them had any influence on how long they planned to stay on the air. While they said that wasn’t their main priority, they did open up about what is.
“The first thing that we think about with the show is the funny, so it’s a comedy first and obviously the friendship is the core of it,” Jacobson responded. “So the tool part is this other layer. We’re not putting mission statements on the board.”
Glazer agreed with her partner-in-crime, adding story always comes first. “The platform being a tool of ours is not really influencing the duration of the series. Its more about the story and the growth that we want to explore within these characters,” she said. “Each season, we have these goals for them, but by the time the season is over, it’s something different than we expected in the first place. We are talking about the life of the series at this point.”
While the thought of Broad City signing off sends a shiver down our spines, the end won’t be for a little while, at least. Aside from the upcoming fourth season, the show has already been renewed for a fifth, as well, so no one has to stop shouting “Yas, kween!” just yet.
Broad City returns for season four on Wednesday Sept. 13 at 10:30 p.m. on Comedy Central.
Published at Tue, 25 Jul 2017 20:43:07 +0000