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The Disney star, Christie Carlson Romano recreates the iconic ‘Even Stevens,’ moon landing, the song with former co-stars

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The former Disney Channel star Christy Carlson Romano who played Ren Stevens in “Even Stevens,” more recently, again, an out-of-this-world as the popular show.

Forum, as well as two of her former Even Stevens co-star, Tom Frost, George Anthony Bell, who played the role of Ruby, which we call, and the Principal Wexler, respectively, once again in the iconic musical number, “We Went to the Moon” in the 2002 episode entitled “Influenza: The Musical.”

Romano, 35, of star, as a perfectionist, the big sister to Run it in “Even Stevens,” a sitcom about the Stevens family, in which the actor Shia LaBeouf rose to fame.

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In the recreation, which was inspired by the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing on the moon, and it was posted on the Forum’s YouTube cooking series called “Christy’s Kitchen is Back.”

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The song was first documented in a 2002 episode, when Romano’s character, insists on going to school, despite the fact that they have the flu, all of them in order to prevent it from ruining her perfect attendance. They will dream about later, going to school, in spite of the feeling that he was ill. In her dream, she realizes that she forgot to prepare for a presentation, and then comes up with a song about the moon in 1969 and landed at the place for you.

The inheritance comes after the Forum opened its doors in May, the “home-sharing”, which is included in the self-destructive behaviour, she is after the show, the children’s network and ending in the year 2003.

In an essay published in Teen Vogue in the time, and part detailed the “pitfalls of early-onset fame, and how she strived to be a “triple threat.”

Fox News’ Nicole, Darrah, contributed to this report.

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