Ashley Tisdale is easily one of the most iconic actresses and TV personalities of the last decade. Ever since her box-office sensational role as Sharpay Evans in the High School Musical film series, the sky has been the limit for this blonde wonder. In fact, the 35-year-old performer is expecting her first child with her husband Christopher French. (Married in 2014)
To make her recent exploits even more memorable, the pop singer took a role as a judge on the show “The Masked Singer” during her pregnancy. She has become a fan favorite among fans of the show, and her online popularity has continued to grow, now with a respectable 13.2 million followers on Instagram alone.
Ashley’s time on “The Masked Singer” has become a topic of great discussion on her social media. Her colorful personality mingled with her bubbly attitude towards being a judge has many fans sharing their enthusiasm for the show.
The leading lady herself has shared several times that she isn’t one to stay inactive online, and it would appear that motto applies to her TV activities as well! It hasn’t even been that long since she revealed that she was expecting a child, yet she remains limber as ever on the show.
Fans Are Ecstatic!
Here are just some of the comments that Ashley has received on her Instagram account on her last ‘Masked Singer’ related post:
“I’m so excited for this! I can’t wait to see you as a judge??✨” (Commentator) “I’ll be so happy when it starts.❤️❤️❤️❤️” (Commentator) “Awwww…i am so proud of you @ashleytisdale i love you … you are so cute???” (Commentator) “I’m a huge fan of yours I can’t wait to watch the show with you on it” (Commentator) “I can’t wait ??? for The Masked ? Dancer ????!” (Commentator) “Can we get a clue ?” (Commentator)
Not Always This Way
Although Ashley has shared how she feels amazing today, she hasn’t always been the model of health or beauty that many recognize her for. In fact, there was a time when she didn’t like her bikini body and experienced regular back pain that traveled from her upper back to her lower back.
She shared during an interview with Health.com that she received guidance from an expert who recommended that she start working out more often. A change that she claims was key for her to be a better performer.
Interview & Back Pain
“I also had an upper-back injury that ended up going into my lower back; I would have this horrible pain no matter what I did—even hanging out. An expert said, ‘You need to build your core so your back won’t hurt as much.’ I started working out, and I’ve never felt that pain again. And when we were in concert, I also needed the stamina to sing and dance. I would hit the gym in every city, and I would run while singing at these hotel gyms. People would see me and be like, ‘What is this chick doing?’