High School Musical fans, rejoice! It looks like we’ll see Taylor McKessie and Chad Danforth on our screens once again.
Thirteen years after High School Musical 3, Monique Coleman and Corbin Bleu are set to reunite in a Christmas TV film called A Christmas Dance Reunion.
The news was confirmed by Coleman on Instagram where she shared a gif image of her arms wrapped around Bleu, seemingly in a Christmas dance.
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“Starring in a @lifetimetv (sic) Christmas Movie has always been a dream of mine, but never in a million years did I think I’d get share the screen with one my (sic) favorite people,” Coleman said.
The actress also shared a throwback photo of her and Bleu where they played sweethearts in the High School Musical trilogy.
How it started How it’s going pic.twitter.com/GkTNZgW0SC— Monique Coleman (@gimmemotalk) May 19, 2021
According to reports, A Christmas Dance Reunion tells the story of lawyer Lucy Mortimer (Coleman) who reunites with her childhood dance partner (Bleu) in a holiday resort.
The Christmas film will premiere on the American cable channel Lifetime where the official release date is yet to be confirmed.
Coleman played in the High School Musical trilogy the role of Taylor McKessie, the best friend of Gabriella Montez. On the other hand, Bleu was known as Chad Danforth, the teammate and longtime pal of Troy Bolton.