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Teen heartthrob Ross Lynch shows off his dance moves


Singing, acting, dancing–Disney star Ross Lynch does it all with ease.  Lynch currently plays the character Austin on Disney Channel’s hit show “Austin & Ally.”  He dished a little about sharing an on-air kiss with his co-star Laura Marano.  Ross also showed PIX11 Morning News anchor Frances Rivera his version of a dance move called the Pindrop.

In addition to his TV series, Ross is spending time on the road with his siblings and their band R5.    It’s quite evident this seventeen year-old is always on the move.  During his downtime, he shot a flick for Disney Channel entitled “Teen Beach Movie” which premieres July 19th.

Keep an eye out for Ross Lynch because chances are…you’ll be seeing a lot more of him.



4 Comments to “Teen heartthrob Ross Lynch shows off his dance moves”

    Ruthie said:
    April 8, 2013 at 7:17 PM

    Ross Lynch is awesome as is his show A& A and his band R5 and I'm pretty sure his new movie will be too. I love it when Ross performs the dancing, singing, acting all the instrument playing thank you so much for having him have him again really soon okay I adore that boy.

    meggyaldridge38 said:
    April 29, 2013 at 4:51 PM

    Reblogged this on Megan. and commented:
    I love Ross <3

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