Nini and Ricky are again! Watch IRL exes Olivia Rodrigo and Joshua Bassett sing an extremely romantic duet from the upcoming season of ‘HSMTMTS’ and put together to swoon.
Anybody else feeling a bit of faint? Olivia Rodrigo and Joshua Bassett shared an extremely lovely clip from season two of Excessive College Musical: The Musical: The Sequence on April 30, which confirmed their characters, Nini and Ricky, performing a duet over the cellphone. Fittingly, their alternative of mashup — “Even When/The Finest Half” is all a few lengthy distance relationship.
The music video, which you’ll watch above, exhibits Nini, lovely as ever, sitting down subsequent to her mattress with a ukulele in hand. As she strums, you may see her cellphone resting on the mattress with Ricky on the opposite line. Over at his home, Ricky’s obtained his acoustic guitar out whereas sporting his East Excessive sweatshirt… and surrounded by shifting bins.
If you happen to don’t keep in mind, HSMTMTS season one ended with Ricky lastly confessing that he loves Nini after 10 episodes of drama. The collection started with Nini telling her boyfriend she beloved him on their one-year anniversary, just for him to panic and dump her. However that couldn’t work; he’s the Troy to her Gabriella, in any case! It’s clear that in season two, they’re proving simply that.
Olivia, 18, instructed HollywoodLife that it’s not going to be straightforward for Nini, although. “Nini goes by lots of adjustments in season two. She is a bit of bit wired and confused. There are lots of completely different balls within the air for her in season two, so I feel the viewers goes to be actually invested in how her story seems. I feel that she positively grows extra complicated and grows extra as a teen over the course of season two,” she stated.
Olivia and Joshua, in fact, dated in actual life. Many followers broadly consider that her smash hit “Drivers License” is even about their breakup and his romance with Sabrina Carpenter. Olivia responded to the hypothesis by… not precisely denying it. “I completely perceive folks’s curiosity with the specifics of who the track’s about and what it’s about,” she instructed Billboard, “however to me, that’s actually the least essential a part of the track.