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Q and A with Emily Osment

August 27, 2010

Fans and followers,

Thanks for sending in all of your questions for Emily Osment. It was an amazing concert weekend; we hope you were all there. In between shows, she took some time to answer some of the most popular questions. Hopefully she answered one of yours.

Do you have a favorite “Hannah Montana” episode?
You know there’s been 101, so it’s kind of difficult to pick just one. There’s been definitely a lot of memorable ones. We’ve had a lot of really cool guest stars in the past. Anytime there is anyone out of the ordinary is always really fun and it brings a lot of color on set. But I don’t know if I could pick a favorite. This last season, season four, we had some of the best episodes we’ve ever had. The writers really kicked it up a few notches. It really came out super well. I think the second and third episodes of season four are probably my favorite.

What are your future plans after “Hannah Montana?”
Well I have a lot of future plans actually. I’m doing some of them right now. I’m here at Busch Gardens and I’m about to do a show. I went on tour immediately after Hannah Montana ended, and I have plans to go on tour again. I’m going to Europe in two days, and I’m traveling a whole lot. Just a lot of moving around. That’s always nice.

Are you doing any projects with your brother in the future?
We’re both very busy actually. We’re both working on our own careers right now, and both have some work lined up for awhile. Of course I would love to work with him. We’ve done some voice-over work in the past, but we haven’t done anything really on-screen together. I think that would be very interesting. I would love to do that. We always have.

If you weren’t a singer or actress, what career would you choose?
That’s always an interesting question. I get that one a lot and I can never really say. I’m 18 years old. I’m going to college but I would just be doing that right now. I wouldn’t have to really make that mature decision for a career until a few years from now, so my thinking might change. Right now, I’m very happy with the career that I’ve chosen.

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