So Random! star Tiffany Thornton and her husband Christopher Carney are expecting their second child.
Thornton, 27, announced the happy news Friday on...
She may be a former Disney Channel star, but it sounds like Demi Lovato's return to TV is going to get pretty steamy.
Naya Rivera, who plays Santana on the Fox musical, told People that Lovato is...
Demi Lovato says that being a celebrity can be dangerous — and she knows first-hand.
"Promoters gave me drugs and alcohol in restaurants or clubs. I thought I was having fun [but] being a celebrity can be dangerous," Lovato says in an interview with Britain's Fabulous magazine. "Nobody says 'no'. That's why so many end up overdosing and dying. It could definitely have happened to me."
Demi Lovato took to her Twitter account Friday to scold the Disney Channel for including an eating disorder joke in one of its shows.
The former star of Disney's Sonny With a Chance tweeted about the joke made on the network's comedy Shake It Up — one of the female characters says, "I could just eat you up -- well, if I ate" — and blasted Disney for making light of the very medical condition that forced her to exit her series after two seasons. Lovato, 19, underwent treatment last year for an...
The Disney Channel's newest live-action series Austin & Ally will debut on Sunday, Dec. 4 at 8/7c, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The comedy follows the titular partnership of two wannabe musicians. Austin (newcomer Ross Lynch) is an extroverted singer, and Ally (Laura Marano) is a brilliant, but extremely shy songwriter. When Austin decides to "borrow" one of Ally's songs and record it, the video becomes an overnight Internet sensation and the two join forces. Raini Rodriguez and Calum Worthy also star as the pair's best friends Trish and Dez.