So sad and scary.
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What wonderful news!
Girl Meets World is really finding its footing during its second season on Disney Channel and we're happy to announce that the gang will be back for more next year.
The house of mouse revealed on Wednesday that the children's sitcom had been renewed for a third season, which will follow Sabrina Carpenter, Peyton Meyer, Corey Fogelmanis, and Rowan Blanchard as they make their way to high school!
The Boy Meets World spin-off also stars Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel as Cory and Topanga, as well as August Maturo as their son Auggie, so we'll surely be getting more hijinx from home.
Believe it or not, the show is currently wrapped up in a love triangle, so maybe Riley and Maya will be arch rivals when the new year starts?!
Make sure to catch Season Three of Girl Meets World when it premieres in Spring 2016 on Disney Channel!
[Image via Sabrina Carpenter/Instagram.]
And we thought OUR DMV was bad!
Zootopia is Disney's latest animated flick due out next spring and we can't wait!
We already got a great introduction to some of the characters in the first teaser AND we were given the rundown on the AH-Mazing voice cast for the film — but in the new trailer (above) we get a scene from the flick!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious trailer (above) and let us know if you'll be catching Zootopia when it hits theaters March 4!
Tori Kelly slays once again!
And the songbird's sultry vocals were a perfect match to cover the Pocahontas hit Colors of the Wind!
If we would listen to any artist lecture us about deforestation and environmentalism, Tori Kelly seems like an appropriate choice — she just gives off the vibe that she's a watchful protector of the forest!
Check out the music video (above) to see Kelly's spin on the classic tune!
And now that 25 has finally dropped, even more people have taken to YouTube to share their versions of the emotional ballad.
But when we heard that Sabrina Carpenter was tackling the British belter's tearjerking track, we just had to give it a listen!
The Girl Meets World star shared her own rendition of the heartbreaking song on Thursday, just before the 27-year-old released her first record since 2011!
In the black-and-white clip, the Disney darling sang her 16-year-old heart out, and we have to say that this blonde beauty can really hold her own with the princess of pop!
Ch-ch-check it out (below)!
Earlier this year, Debby Ryan opened up about her experience being in an abusive relationship with a friend as part of Mary Kay's "Don't Look Away" campaign.
In case you don't remember, she detailed how a good friend of hers had been emotionally manipulating, and at one point, it even got physical.
Well, the former Disney starlet definitely received a lot of support for being so brave to speak out about it, but it was just recently she also admitted it hasn't all been good.
In a new interview, the 22-year-old confessed:
The newly released spread has the Levels singer looking pensive in his DSquared2 threads.
While he's maybe a bit more bundled up than we're used to seeing him, there's no denying this JoBro looks amazing!!
Luckily his interview with the glossy is pretty revealing!
"I'm blown away by her, she's fearless. Disney was our high school. We all dated and broke each other's… There's a lot of life lived between all of us."
It was very recently that Nick actually shared a throwback shot of the two of them to Instagram, so clearly she's been on his mind.
Which speaking of social media, the currently single hunk revealed not only that the selfie obsession is "bizarre", but also that:
"Social media is not important. It's discouraging when you go to dinner with friends and their priority is posting pictures of the food and not having a good conversation."
Well, now everyone knows what his pet peeve is. LOLz!
But getting down to his music, Nick really emphasized:
About time! LOLz!
While the 19-year-old speaks up about her music career and starting as a child star, she also unsurprisingly doesn't shy away from bigger issues.
Z shined her wisdom on cultural appropriation, in which she shared:
"I don't like speaking about things that I don't know about. But cultural appropriation is something that I can understand, and something that I can appreciate people being concerned about. You witness it all the time, and for me at least, being someone who's very proud of where I'm from, I think it's important to be vocal."
And the Disney starlet continued: