She revealed on Friday, however, that the show could have played out differently — with a different cast.PHOTOS: '90s TV stars -- then and now “Anneliese actually didn’t get the part of Chelsea at the very beginning,” she said.Chelsea and Raven got into their last crazy shenanigans...
But before you start celebrating and making a mess, you should know there are some rules to follow in this household, ran by BFFs Raven and Chelsea, who are both single mothers raising their kids together.
Ahead of the series premiere, stars Raven Simoné and Anneliese van der Pol revealed their own house rules exclusively to E! For Raven, the following rules must be followed if you ever visit her real-life home: "Ask before you put your feet on anything. " Can we get that last one emblazoned on a t-shirt?
She also took her preparation for the film's iconic dance numbers seriously — as did everyone involved in the movie.
The "Be Our Guest" sequence, for example, was filmed over the course of a month.
Disney announced Monday morning that Anneliese van der Pol will be stepping back into her role for the spin-off, joining Raven, as the fictional BFFs raise their kids together after both have gotten divorced.
According to Disney, the two actresses are good friends in real, life too, so they’ll be bringing their actual chemistry back to the screen. Streisand is my idol, cause if that ain't her nose I don't know what is. Come see my 54 below show and "Don't Rain on my Parade!
“We captured stories that were touching to the people that were watching us.
We talked about topics in a funny/serious way that you can relate to and when you can relate to something, then more and more people talk about it.” Symone played the title character, Raven Baxter, a teenager with a gift for brief psychic visions of the future.
And we know that one of Raven’s kids will have inherited her ability to see into the future.
9 years ago today, the last episode of #Thats So Raven premiered.
While some may dismiss Belle as delicate, Watson's portrayal sounds far from it.