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Ashley Tisdale Goes Back to the Studio

Ashley Tisdale Goes Back to the Studio

Ashley Tisdale clutches onto her fave Chloe bag as she gets back to work on her sophomore album at the Margarita Mix Recording Studios in Universal City, Calif., on Wednesday.

The 23-year-old brunette beauty will be joining co-stars and BFFs Vanessa Hudgens and Zac Efron, along with director Kenny Ortega, in Australia next month to promote the the hugely successful High School Musical 3: Senior Year.

Don’t miss the clip of Ashley on today’s The Ellen DeGeneres Show here!

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Posted to: Ashley Tisdale, High School Musical 3, Vanessa Hudgens, Zac Efron

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48 Responses to “Ashley Tisdale Goes Back to the Studio”

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  1. 1
    reginna Says:

    primiqs !

  2. 2
    Mandy Says:

    She gets on my nervous. Way to much of her lately. I would rather see Miley cyrus on here and i can’t stand that girl.

  3. 3
    reginna Says:

    hell yees !
    omgg i love her, shes so divva !


  4. 4
    Adiore Says:

    hmm, why couldn’t she join Zac and Vanessa in Mexico and work on her recording later…just a thought.

  5. 5
    Michelle Says:

    Why do we need to know this?? I don’t like her Brunette.

  6. 6
    omg Says:

    LOVE ASHLEY! <33

  7. 7
    Whitney Says:

    #4 thats a good thought too.

  8. 8
    Cami Says:

    can’t wait for her second album!
    I love headstrong! I’m sure that her new album will be even better!!!

  9. 9
    Justina Says:

    Love the boots but shes needs to wear something else with those boots. they don’t look right with those sweatpants shes wearing. Also why isn’t she going to Mexico?

  10. 10
    Rawrr Says:

    shut up fu-cking bit-ches that just know to insult her. ashley is perfect, if you don’t like her, F.U.C.K off from here

  11. 11
    lol Says:

    “The 23-year-old brunette beauty”
    beauty? are you serious?

  12. 12
    l Says:

    check this out:

  13. 13
    l Says:

    check this out!

  14. 14
    Cristina Says:

    love you Ashley

  15. 15
    leighton & blake fan Says:

    4 good point and 10 I agree.

  16. 16
    marisa Says:

    love her. she was perfection in hsm3. that movie was genios. : ) love you ash! im goin to see hsm3 a second time this weekend i think! wooo- who!

  17. 17
    Kat Says:

    Love Ashley Tisdale. She is the only good thing about those awful High School Musical films. I mean ****, they are awful.

  18. 18
    sa Says:

    Kat @ 10/29/2008 at 7:53 pm

    shes the oen that make me refuse to watch hsm

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    zanessa/jashley Says:

    #11, she IS a brunette beauty. I can’t wait to hear her 2nd album !! :D

    Seriously, what do people have against her !? She didn’t do anything to you. Except prob. make all you haters jealous. So stop posting rude comments on here.

    I REALLY want to go to Australia !!! I’ve always wanted to go there !! Their so lucky…

  20. 20
    lol Says:

    she looks like a homeless bi*tch. lol at the attention who*re looking sad, you love it fakenose, don’t try to put those poor acting skills to use now.

  21. 21
    Brad Says:

    While Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama “has tried to push his origins into the background, his ‘Islamic roots’ have won him a place in many Arabs’ hearts.”

    That’s the observation of Iranian-born commentator Amir Taheri, whose column in Tuesday’s New York Post notes that many Arabs and other Muslims see Obama as “one of them.”

    They see that Obama has Arabic-Islamic first and middle names: Barack means “blessed” and Hussein means “beautiful.” His last name is Swahili, an East African language based on Arabic, Taheri writes. His sister is named Oumah, Arabic for “the community of the faithful;” his daughter Malia bears the name of a daughter of the noted Caliph Othman; and his father and stepfather were both Muslims.

    Although Taheri did not note it, Obama was raised partially as a Muslim when he lived in Indonesia with his mother and stepfather. While there, he studied at two schools and was registered at both as a Muslim student.

    As such he received Islamic religious instruction, studied the Koran, and prayed with other students. He did attend mosque, albeit infrequently, with his stepfather.

    Obama’s religious upbringing after Indonesia is somewhat of a mystery until his late 20s. At that point, Obama says he converted to Christianity after meeting the Rev. Jeremiah Wright in Chicago.

    Still, Obama has maintained strong support from American Muslims, including Louis Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam movement. Farrakhan has endorsed Obama and has called him the “messiah.”

    These factors have made Obama a big hit in the Arab world, where he has received wide praise, including:

    The Syrian regime has indicated its preference for Obama. Buthaina Shaaban, an adviser to President Bashar al-Assad, has written: “The change suggested by Obama is essential not only for the U.S. but for the entire human family.”

    Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi called Obama “a Muslim” and said: “All the people in the Arab and Muslim world and in Africa applauded this man. They welcome him and prayed for his success,” although Qaddafi also expressed criticism of Obama’s comments on the future of Jerusalem.

    Hamas political adviser Ahmed Yousef said this year: “We like Mr. Obama and we hope that he will win the election.”

    Hezbollah’s second in command, Sheik Naim al-Kassim, urged Americans to vote for Obama as a step toward peace with Islam, and pro-Hezbollah columnist Amal Saad-Ghorayeb said there is “no doubt Arabs should welcome an Obama presidency,” according to Taheri.

    In Saudi Arabia, commentator Hussein Shobokshi wrote that an Obama presidency “would mark an important moral transformation in the superpower and is a healthy indicator of the long-awaited improvement in the international arena.”
    Some columnists also have noted Obama’s close ties to several Palestinian radicals, including Columbia University Prof. Rashid Khalidi — former communications director for the Palestinian Liberation Organization — and another Palestinian political activist, the late Edward Said.

    The “Arab street” also favors Obama. Recent surveys found that he is the preferred candidate in Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Algeria, Syria, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.

    Be afraid. Be VERY afraid…


  22. 22
    loser Says:

    HAHAHAHA She’s making a second album. She couldn’t sing even if her life depended on it. Can’t wait to hear the computerized product! but lmao at the crazy “omg its tizzy” fans over the age of 20 who rllyyy think she’s actually worth something. She’s just a piece of trashhhhh

  23. 23
    Suzanne Says:

    She keeps copying Vanessa’s fashion style. But I like her as a brunette.

  24. 24
    super fan ashley Says:

    She is BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  25. 25
    MADONNA Says:

    Looks like Jennifer Garner here.

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