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They totally write it in." There seems to be an expectation that female Disney stars will gain fame on a TV show and automatically go on to release an album.Do you feel people expect you to follow a certain path?"It's about a girl who moves to New York City to find herself after she graduates high school and she ends up becoming a nanny for four kids who belong to a high profile couple.The dad's a movie director and the mom is a supermodel, business mogul-type woman, so they have pretty swanky penthouse and a sweet life! One is adopted from Uganda, one from Detroit, Michigan, and one from India who was very recently adopted.' Based on what people wrote in those 180 characters, like, 'I failed my test', 'This girl I like at school isn't talking to me', whatever it is, I would create things around these answers."I also interviewed several stylists to make sure Jessie's fashion and the kids' fashion isn't only an evolution - we were thinking six, ten, twenty episodes, two seasons in advance as far as where they're going - but also [reflects] where they are starting." It sounds like Jessie isn't really the average sort of girl we see on a Disney show... She can be there for them and make sure they have fun - and she wants then to have fun and grow - but she wants them to succeed, whether that's making mistakes for themselves and letting them find themselves, or trying to help prevent them from doing the same mistakes she has made."Absolutely, and that's something I wanted coming off , it is an evolution of me and it is me growing up. You grow and you find yourself and you graduate high school and maybe you have no idea what you want to do or what you want to be, and that's where Jessie is. Whatever it is, she is using herself to help these kids grow." You're a creative consultant on the show, so how much input do you have in storylines and characters?
It's all about keeping things together and how Jessie is not only finding herself and growing into who she is becoming, but kind of trying not to let these kids destroy everything in the meantime!"I want in 40 years to still be acting and to more than anything have longevity and not just be this huge flash in the pan and then disappear.Yes, there is this expectation and I like proving that expectation wrong.Where as some trusting fans believed the post, others were immediately skeptical of the report, perhaps learning their lesson from the huge amount of fake death reports emerging about celebrities over recent months.Some pointed out that the news had not been carried on any major American network, indicating that it was a fake report, as the death of an actress of Debby Ryan's stature would be major news across networks.