Consideration all Excessive College Musical followers! Ashley Tisdale despatched the web in a meltdown when she teamed up with TikTok star Chris Olsen on August 18 for a particular rendition of “I Need It All” from the third film within the Excessive College Musical franchise. As Ashley lip-syncs the music into Chris’ ear, Chris pretends he’s unbothered, lip-syncing the responses proper again. “Me attempting to get Chris to assist me with my TikTok,” Ashley captioned the hilarious clip. Watch beneath!
In fact, Ashley’s followers went wild over the submit, with one writing, “That is the very best ever,” as one other shared, “Omg that is the crossover of the century, ahhhhh I’m so jealous of every part occurring right here. That is wonderful.” Even pop star Meghan Trainor rang in, posting, “ICONS MEETING ICONS MEETING ICONS,”
The unbelievable TikTok duet comes after Ashley, who performed Sharpay Evans within the Excessive College Musical franchise, claimed Disney Channel executives had her change a number of the lyrics to her hit music “He Stated She Stated” when she carried out through the “Excessive College Musical: The Live performance” tour. The actress had labored the music off her personal album Headstrong into the tour, which ran from 2006 by way of 2007. After a fan posted a TikTok of the music with the revelation that the lyrics aren’t completely kid-friendly, Ashley chimed in, writing, “Disney made me change ‘kissing like that’ to ‘dancing’ like that for the HSM tour.” The unique lyrics had been: “Child, I can see us movin’ like that, child, I can see us touchin’ like that, Child, I can see us kissin’ like that.”
And only a yr prior, Ashley teamed up along with her HSM co-star Vanessa Hudgens to submit TikTok movies of themselves singing to the film’s largest hit music, “We’re All in This Collectively.” Ashley captioned the lovable clips, “If it’s essential work out whereas on #selfquarantine do that 😂 hopefully this can brighten your day just a little!” Vanessa, who performed Gabriella Montez within the franchise, adopted up by writing, “Effectively. It’s come to this. Lol @ashleytisdale perhaps I begin entering into tik tok?”