This is Sharpay Evans.

In her junior year, all her hard work she’d put into the East High drama department was thrown down the drain when a ruthless monster named Gabriella Montez transferred to the school and heartlessly seized the leading role from her.

Over the summer break between her junior and senior years, she was stabbed in the back by her own twin brother mere moments before she was meant to go on at a talent show, and she was deprived of the prestigious Star Dazzle Award that she - and not Gabriella Montez - deserved.

In her senior year, she was betrayed yet again. Sharpay, out of the goodness of her own heart, took a British exchange student named Tiara under her wing. Tiara turned on Sharpay and stole her role in the spring musical.

Nevertheless, Sharpay managed to bounce back, and she overcame all that stood between her and her dreams.

Everyday, I am inspired by her strength. Like and reblog if you are too.

  • radio host:hey Iggy, can you do a freestyle for us?
  • *5 hours later*
  • Iggy:...
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  • Iggy:Okay, here we go!
  • [A long time ago in a land far away, lived the pineapple princess, Tiki. She was sweet as a peach, in a pineapple way, but so sad she hardly speaky. Still, If you listen well, you'll hear her secret wish.]
  • Iggy:Aloha, everybody, my name is Tiki!
  • Iggy:I long to free a truly remarkable fish, my sweet prince, humuhumunukunukuapua'a, makihiki malahini-hoo. Humuhumunukunukuapua'a, ooh. Hawana wakawakawakaniki pu pu pu!
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THEN AND NOW: The Cast of High School Musical

“What team? Wildcats!”

49 Things You Didn’t Know about High School Musical, according to the Cast

Actually, this is an excuse to post this thing in particular

21. Grabeel asked Ortega about Ryan’s sexuality very early on. “After reading the script, the first thing I said to him was, ‘OK, Kenny, Ryan’s gay, right? I know it’s Disney Channel so I’m not really gonna be gay, but I mean, yeah, right?’ And he’s like, ‘Well, think of it this way: You have the opportunity to play a character who’s young, he’s into theater, he’s an artist, and let’s go at it from that point of view.’ He talked to me about his own life and [Kenny] was like, ‘I see a lot of myself in Ryan. Yeah, I knew I was gay in high school, but I didn’t tell anybody.’ … It was about making it real.”

I think we all knew that about Ryan but I’m glad Lucas finally cleared it up. It was really nice of him to try to push that side of the character but Disney wouldn’t let him.
*I Don’t Dance starts playing*

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