Their home bases ranged from Northern California to Lake Mary to United Kingdom.In the first week, the site has received media attention ranging from an Irish radio station to NBC to the lightning round of NPR's "Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me" news quiz.
You will order the princess to marry me.” – Jafar, Using powers of coercion (and magic) to make someone fall in love with you has never worked in the history of mankind. We would not recommend purchasing said book (see #1). “I can’t believe you’re getting all worked up over some guy.” – Hades, It’s okay to be excited when you’re in love! “It’s apple pies that make the menfolks’ mouths water.” – Evil Queen, Back off, lady.
So we, wanting to save you the dirty work, settled down with our calculators and protractors to map out just how many romances, however brief, sprang up between the stars of all those shows.
Add a Nickelodeon heartthrob and a country-pop star, plus some love triangles, guys who went on the radio and said too much, factor in a few rumors, carry the 1, divided by 7, take the square root and raise to the 4th power and... forget what happened between Hilary Duff and Lindsay Lohan because of Aaron Carter—but to see it all spread out before us like this...
Gives a whole new meaning to the term "Mickey Mouse club."So, while you've got your handy guide/spider web above to to boggle your mind, here's a quick refresher (* = not Disney): star Miley Cyrus were the darlings of the Disney Channel, dating for about a year between 20—which, at their ages then, was a lot.
The following year, Miley lamented the "7 Things" she hated about a guy and Nick sang "Sorry" on a Jonas Brothers album.
Um..probably didn't mean that, because in the early '00s it was all about Hilary vs.