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Miley Cyrus Responds To Second 'Hannah Montana' Reunion Of The Week: 'Miss You' & 'Love You So Much'

Miley Cyrus Responds To Second 'Hannah Montana' Reunion Of The Week: 'Miss You' & 'Love You So Much'

Earlier this week, Hannah Montana fans got a treat with Emily Osment, Mitchel Musso and Jason Earles all reuniting to support Mitchel at his movie premiere.

And we just got another one, with Moises Arias joining the party!

Emily, Mitchel and Jason all shared new pics from their second reunion of the week on social media, and Emily shared a sweet note to their fans.

“Twice in one week! 2018 has brought a lot of old friends back into my life and I am so grateful for the comfort of those who have known me so long,” she wrote. “Love these boys. Obviously missing our girl!”

Emily added, “Hope all you HM fans know after all these years we still come back to each other and talk about how much fun we had growing up together in front of the world during the most awkward stage of life and we couldn’t have done it without all of you tuning in. Thank you for sticking with us. We love you.”

Emily gave a shoutout to Miley on Twitter too — and Miley responded!

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Emily Osment Stages 'Hannah Montana' Reunion with Mitchel Musso & Jason Earles

Emily Osment Stages 'Hannah Montana' Reunion with Mitchel Musso & Jason Earles

Emily Osment reunited with former co-stars Mitchel Musso and Jason Earles last night (January 9) in Los Angeles.

The former Hannah Montana stars met up for Mitchel’s premiere at Arclight Cinemas in Hollywood, and were joined by fellow former Disney star Chelsea Kane, who was Emily‘s date, plus Mitchel‘s longtime girlfriend Haley Rome and Jason‘s wife, Katie Drysen.

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The six person party gathered for a fun night out with dinner and a movie. We love that they’re still close after all these years.

Check out the group pic below!

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Emily Osment Recounts Her Own Harvey Weinstein Experience on Instagram

Emily Osment Recounts Her Own Harvey Weinstein Experience on Instagram

The more women in Hollywood who speak out about harassment or even just uncomfortable moments, the more women feel comfortable to do the same.

Emily Osment took to Instagram yesterday to detail an encounter she had with Harvey Weinstein when she was younger and to stand with women who are speaking out.

“I have come across so many men like this in my life, in my career, and while pumping gas at Chevron,” the Young & Hungry actress writes.

“This isn’t just an industry thing, it’s an everywhere thing. When I was 19 I was pushing my guitar through the x-ray machine at LAX when a huge man reached across security and slapped his hand on the case, ‘Let me carry that to your gate for you’ he said smiling. ‘No thanks, I got it’ I said to Mr. Weinstein. He persisted. I declined. He asked me where I was traveling to. He asked me again if he could escort me to my gate. I declined again. I was 19.”

Emily continued that she feels “ridiculous” sharing her story because “an icky feeling in your belly is nothing compared to” what some other women have gone through.

“To all the women coming forward about their sexual abuse, I hear you, I believe you, and I got you,” she concludes.

Thank you for speaking out, Emily.

Read her full statement below.

The worst part about this Harvey Weinstein news is that it isn't surprising. I have come across so many men like this in my life, in my career, and while pumping gas at Chevron. This isn't just an industry thing, it's an everywhere thing. When I was 19 I was pushing my guitar through the x-ray machine at LAX when a huge man reached across security and slapped his hand on the case, "Let me carry that to your gate for you" he said smiling. "No thanks, I got it" I said to Mr. Weinstein. He persisted. I declined. He asked me where I was traveling to. He asked me again if he could escort me to my gate. I declined again. I was 19. My own encounter with Harvey is so inconsequential it seems ridiculous to even write about because small fear and an icky feeling in your belly is nothing compared to the stories I'm reading, but I still want to share because small or very, very large, he deserves to have his actions exposed. To all the women coming forward about their sexual abuse, I hear you, I believe you, and I got you. One in five women are sexually assaulted during their time in college, and only 43% of all sexual assaults are ever reported, but that number rises every year. If you see something say something, but most of all, be a friend, listen without judgment and don't pressure someone to come forward if they're not ready. I also want to mention that today is world mental health day so be kind yourself and be kind to others because you never know the shape of the demon someone else is fighting. Who knows, it might look just like the one pictured above.

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Emily Osment's Response To Chelsea Kane's Vegas Instagram Is Friendship Goals

Emily Osment's Response To Chelsea Kane's Vegas Instagram Is Friendship Goals

Last week, America was brought to its’ knees with the tragic Vegas massacre, which killed 58 and injured hundreds more at the Route 91 festival.

Not many know, but Chelsea Kane was one of the many concert-goers there and reflected on the shooting on Instagram over the weekend.

Emily Osment was one of the many commenters on Chelsea‘s post, sending nothing but good thoughts to her good friend.

“I’m so happy you’re here with us,” she wrote. “We should all say that more, forever.”

Chelsea responded: “agreed! I’m so happy to know you. Love you, lady.”

We agree 345678900985% and might be saying it to everyone we see today…so JJJ readers — we’re glad you’re here!

Emily Osment Speaks Out About Cyber-Bullying & Mental Health: 'Think Before You Speak'

Emily Osment Speaks Out About Cyber-Bullying & Mental Health: 'Think Before You Speak'

Emily Osment, like many celebrities, has responded to the controversial Netflix series 13 Reasons Why — and she has a lot to say.

“I watched a few episode of ’13 Reasons Why’ this week and it reminded my of my own journey shooting Cyberbully in Montreal at nineteen,” she shared on Twitter.

“It was a grueling and emotional six weeks that will never leave me as long as I live. I went to work every day and sunk myself into a sorrow hole because I felt it was the only way to truly depict depression. I had to live it, and pulling myself out at the end was incredibly challenging, but ultimately a supremely rewarding experience.”

The Young & Hungry actress then pivots to talking about bullying itself.

“Cyber-bullying doesn’t have an age limit, even a [71] year old can be a bully. I still catch myself affected by what I read online in response to some of my more political or strident tweets.”

“Please think before you speak, let your words and your actions come from your heart and your heart only. And if no one has told you today, let me be the first to say you are beautiful and you are needed.”

Read her full note (entitled “There are 13 (thousand) Reasons to love yourself”) below:

Emily Osment Ad-Libbed the Last Line of 'Hannah Montana'

Emily Osment Ad-Libbed the Last Line of 'Hannah Montana'

The last line of Hannah Montana was almost totally different!

In a new tweet, former co-star Emily Osment (Lily) reveals that she actually ad-libbed the last line of the whole series.

Miley Cyrus was scripted to say the last line, after that emotional hug with Lily in the dorm hallway.

“I love you so much,” she says.

“I know,” Emily answers.

When a Twitter user brought the last line to the actress’ attention yesterday, Emily responded.

“I ad libbed that so I could have the last line of the whole series,” she wrote.

Watch the final scene again (and cry for the rest of the afternoon) below:

Emily Osment's Political New Pin Speaks For Itself

Emily Osment's Political New Pin Speaks For Itself

Emily Osment was one of many young celebrities who took to Twitter yesterday to condemn Donald Trump‘s remarks sympathizing with white supremacists — but she’s using more than words to make her point.

The 25-year-old Young and Hungry star posted an Instagram today (August 16) of her jean jacket, accessorized with a small black pin that reads “IMPEACH” in white bubble letters.

“Now when people ask me why I’m crying in the middle of trader joe’s all I have to do is point,” she captioned the selfie, “#impeach.”

Emily also tweeted yesterday condemning Trump‘s remarks, calling him a “white supremacist,” and urging parents to educate their children so that the future can be better.

UPDATE: Get your own “Impeach” pin, just like Emily‘s, on Amazon now!

Now when people ask me why I'm crying in the middle of trader joe's all I have to do is point. #impeach

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Emily Osment & the 'Dadnapped' Cast Reunited at Jason Earles's Wedding!

Emily Osment & the 'Dadnapped' Cast Reunited at Jason Earles's Wedding!

Emily Osment and the rest of the Dadnapped cast just had a reunion and we’re freaking out!

The 25-year-old actress met up with her former cast mates while attending Jason Earles‘s wedding over the weekend!

Emily posed for a pic with Moises Arias, Phill Lewis and her TV dad George Newbern.

They were just missing David Henrie!

“Casual Dadnapped reunion! Happy wedding day @realdukeofearles, we love you!” Emily wrote on her Instagram.

Dadnapped premiered on Disney Channel in 2009 and followed a teenage girl whose best-selling author father gets “dadnapped” by a group of overzealous fans.

Now could we just get a sequel!?

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