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Make sure you grab next weeks issue of Seventeen magazine as Sabrina is the cover story! She looks absolutely beautiful as always. You can check out the article about her cover story as well as the pictures of her modeling prom dresses by going here:
Below is a quote from the article where she talks about Prom (the source for this quote is the above link):
Sabrina Carpenter has been dreaming about prom since she was a little girl, and her gorgeous cover shoot for Seventeen Prom is the next best thing.
Until the 17-year-old Girl Meets World star gets to go to prom IRL, she’s sharing her own dance night #goals, tried-and-true confidence tricks, and date advice.
“Prom is supposed to be a good experience and an amazing memory,” she says. “It’s okay to not have a date, especially if you’re going with a group of people. (For the record, my dream date would be Lin-Manuel Miranda or Emilia Clarke.) When it comes to parties, I don’t think, I’m going to meet boys, or I need to bring a boy. For me, it’s more like, This is going to be a really fun party and I’m going to get dressed up and feel special — and who knows what could happen?”
— Sabrina Carpenter (@SabrinaAnnLynn) December 15, 2016
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Rowan wrote this beautiful post pertaining to the tragedy going on in Aleppo and she shared information on how you can help Aleppo civilians. We wanted to share her posts with you all to pass this information along. Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone in Aleppo.
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Sabrina has a show in Charlotte tonight so while in the city she’s doing some press for 96.1 radio station. They are taking fan questions for her so make sure you start tweeting her now. Make sure that when you tweet questions you use the hashtag: #AskSabrina961 It sounds like she’s doing a periscope as well so we will link you as soon it goes live.
Source: 96.1 Radio Station Twitter
— Channel 96.1 (@channel961) December 13, 2016
— Channel 96.1 (@channel961) December 12, 2016
— Channel 96.1 (@channel961) December 12, 2016
World Meets Girl will air on January 6th, Girl Meets Sweet 16 will air on January 13 and the season finale Girl Meets Goodbye will air on January 20th. According to TVLine Disney still hasn’t come to a decision on if the show is going to get a 4th season! Keep tweeting and posting to them that you want a season 4.
GMW returns with new episodes on Jan. 6 and 13, with a season finale set to air on Jan. 20. The finale, ominously titled “Girl Meets Goodbye,” features the show’s biggest Boy Meets World cast reunion yet. (That’s right, we’re getting both Morgans!)
Disney Channel maintains that there is no news to share about the show’s future.
Ever since I was a little girl and watched Boy Meets World on ABC’s TGIF, I’ve always dreamed of running around the backyard with Cory, Shawn, Eric, Topanga and Morgan. I’ve dreamed of jumping over the fence and talking to Mr. Feeny, and I’ve even dreamed of eating a home cooked meal with Amy and Alan.
And if you’ve dreamed of that, too, thanks to the lovely people at Trulia, you can now purchase this gorgeous 1940’s 2,500 square foot, two-bedroom, two-bathroom cozy family home. This lovely abode is snuggled in the middle of the middle of the Colfax Meadows neighborhood in Studio City, California, and can be all yours for only $1.5 million!
Get ready to pop in your Boy Meets World DVD’s and revisit your childhood with this nostalgic sitcom residence!
If you’d like to learn how you can make this gorgeous home yours, or just to learn more about the house itself, please visit the original article here on Tulia.com
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BMWSequel Owner (Mar) Note: Steph really hopes that her story will touch others that have gone through something similar. If you would like to reach out to her she’s more than happy to talk with anyone who has been in a similar situation. Above is a button where you can follow her on Twitter. For those that don’t know Steph helps me behind the scenes on the social media acounts. I allowed her to make a post on here telling her story of why Girl Meets World, Ava, and Maya have impacted her life and why she feels the show should get another season. It’s a long post but well worth the read and we hope that you all read it.
“When people you loved all your life suddenly decide to leave, well you sit by yourself for awhile and you’ll try to figure it out and you’ll blame yourself but it isn’t your fault. You probably won’t believe that though and you’ll think you did something wrong, but you didn’t, it isn’t your fault, most of all, you stay with your best freind. People make the wrong decisions and sometimes they decide to go away for awhile and sometimes it takes time to understand why. It isn’t your fault.”
Dear Disney Channel,
Please give Girl Meets World a 4th season. Your show has helped and impacted me in a way I never thought a TV show would or could. I realize that this is a long read but I hope you and others will read it in full. I never thought I would ever have the courage to write a post like this on such a huge public forum and website as BMWSequel.com that millions of fans follow everyday for news but your show helped overcome a lot of things this being one of them. Maya Hart instantly became my favorite character and believe it or not so did Ava Morgenstern. Maya and Ava became characters who I relate to,.Maya especially is someone who spoke to me and made me realize things that I never thought I would. You see Maya Hart(as well as Ava) and I are alike – it’s almost as if we are the same person. All my life I always felt like I was alone in this world and that noone understood me or could understand me. It wasn’t until I started watching Girl Meets World,that I started believing that I wasn’t alone. I’m 25 years old and grew up watching Boy Meets Worold. I absolutely adore this show. It has powerfully impacted my life in ways that I never thought would be capably possible. Over the past year thanks to this show I’ve been able to see things for what they really are. No one has the perfect life, not even close. Mine certainly wasn’t growing up. My mom raised me on her own from when I was six months old to when I was six years old. She barely had the money to even afford a gallon of milk or to buy food for our house. Christmas couldn’t even be afforded as well, no matter how much my mother wanted to give to me, she just couldn’t because she didn’t have the funds to do so. If she could have, she probably would have given me the world. Sadly, she wasn’t able to until years down the road. If anyone understands Maya’s life, I think I may get it more then anyone else because I’ve lived through it. I know what it’s like to have a broken family, a father whom was never around, and i also struggled with school. My mom worked all the time so she could provide for her and myself. I saw more of my aunt and uncle who raised me aside from her because she was working all the time. Once her and my father split, we didn’t see him anymore. He so easily etched us out of his life. He had a new family not long after. He moved out of state and completely ignored our existence. Like Maya I had a very difficult time understanding why my dad left.
I always assumed him leaving was a sign that it was my fault. He never gave me an explanation even years down the road when I was old enough to understand the situation had he come back to explain it to me, but he never did. All my life until a year ago I carried this burden with me that it was because of me that he left. Even when we was in my life, he was not what a father should be to a child at merely six months old. He refused to take care of me, he thought wants over needs were more important then his own daughter. He would leave me in my crib to cry and to not take care of me. For months I went through this with my mom coming home to me still in the clothes and diaper that she had put me in the night before. Being left in a room like this effected my mind span because it didn’t have room to explore and grow the first six months of my life so it took my learning level down by three years. That’s also something I had to cope with for many years. He chose to buy comic books instead of things that we essentially needed. He never gave me the attention a child needs from their father, which was what brought my mother to the decision for them to part ways because he was basically there without actually being there. It did my mother more good then harm not having him around. She always left the door open for him to come see me and visit, but he never came. She never kept from me that my adoptive father wasn’t my real father. She never kept me in the dark, not once.