Laura Marano and the rest of the ‘Austin & Ally’ gang aren’t quite ready to say goodbye! HollywoodLife.com visited the set recently, and Laura, who takes on the role of Ally, revealed the heart wrenching moment it hit her that they were almost done!
It’s never easy to say goodbye! Laura Marano, 19, has spent four years on the set of Austin & Ally and definitely has grown a ton along the way — so what’s it like to know the end is near? Well she was actually in denial and totally screamed when talking about it to HollywoodLife.com! Trust me, you’ll want to here what she had to say.
Laura Marano On ‘Austin & Ally’ Ending
“It’s our senior year, so everyones kind of going in different areas, you definitely do see that struggle,” Laura told us while visiting the LA set. “It’s like the third season finale but even bigger. It’s sad, because it kind of I think, is life imitating art. It’s very what were going through right now. Everytime I talk about it, I’m like, ‘Ahhh! Push it away, push it away!’”
She also admitted that it was slowly but surely becoming a reality that they were near the end.
“Someone was saying we have five more [episodes to film], and I was like ‘WAIT WHAT? HOLD UP!’” she said. “It’s insane. It’s very sad right now.”
Raini Rodriguez: We’re In Denial About The End
Oddly enough, Laura’s BFF on the show, Trish (Raini Rodriguez), felt exactly the same way.
“It’s scary! You’ve been on this show for four years, with these people that you’ve seen every day for eight months,” she said. “It’s kinda crazy to wrap your head around that. You’ve blinked and four years [have] passed. We pretend that it’s not the end, like we have 17 more seasons to go. We sort of try to deny it in a way. It’s sort of art imitating life!”
Well, we definitely understand — right, HollywoodLifers? Are you sad to see it go? Let us know what you’ll miss most!
— Emily Longeretta