15 Ladies We Forget Are Former Disney Stars
When they’re dishing about their dating and sex lives on talk shows, or strutting the red carpet in outfits that leave little to the imagination, it’s easy to forget that these ladies are former Disney stars!
Palmer was at one time the fourth-highest paid child star on television, a ranking she earned through her role on Disney’s “True Jackson.” Now she’s hosting her own show on BET.
The singer from The Black Eyed Peas was on the now-extinct show “Kids Incorporated”—a youth-oriented program with musical acts that aired on the Disney Channel in the late 80’s and 90’s.
The former child star who has recently come out as gay was a princess of the Disney world growing up. She had her own show called “That’s So Raven” and recurring role in “The Cheetah Girls” movies.
The “Nashville” star who is now pregnant with boxer Wladimir Klitschko’s baby, starred in the movie “Remember the Titans.”
The actress who appeared in the not-kid-friendly “American Pie,” used to host the Disney series “Movie Surfers” and provided the music for several Disney productions including the hit song for the show “Kim Possible.”
Remember the adorable freckled Lohan in Disney’s remake of “The Parent Trap?” She was so cute, that the network made two of her for the movie! And now, one drunken Lohan is more than enough.
The actress from BET’s “Let’s Stay Together” who also appeared briefly on the crime show “The Mentalist” has been all over Disney, in all the “Dr. Dolittle” films, “The Proud Family” and “Hotel for Dogs.”
The star of the new ABC show “Young & Hungry” used to be Miley Cyrus’ buddy on “Hannah Montana,” and she appeared in two of the “Spy Kids” movies.
The singer with an on-again-off-again relationship with Rob Kardashian was one of the members of “The Cheetah Girls” with Raven Symoné.
Disney probably hopes we forget that the girl who swung naked from a wrecking ball got her musical start on their show “Hannah Montana.”
The firecracker from “The Social Network” and the distracting secretary in the sitcom “Dads” used to play a spoiled heiress on the Disney show “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.”
Walsh appeared in the spoof on “The Hunger Games” called “The Starving Games” and has been on the scandalous “Desperate Housewives,” but she got her start on “Cory in the House” on Disney.
Remember when Hudgens found love on camera with Zac Efron in “High School Musical?” Now she’s off to Broadway to star in “Gigi!”
She plays the babysitter in the scary movie “When a Stranger Calls” but do you remember her surfing around in the Disney movie “Rip Girls?”
Rulin was dancing along Vanessa Hudgens in the “Highschool Musical” movies but since then has become a princess of the crime genera, appearing in “NCIS,” “CSI: Miami,” and “The Mentalist.”