Which Disney act do you think has most promise to still be around in 10 years?

@BStuff (498)
United States
September 11, 2009 10:25pm CST
I'm a big Disney fan though I'm not exactly 14. So I'm interested to hear what other's think about the newer Disney line up. Which of the Disney clan (if any) will be around. Miley Cyrus, The Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez? I'm not sure who I'd place bets on though I have to say Nick Jonas is definately not going out of the public eye anytime soon though his brothers might. I'm not sure if I think Miley can make the jump to feature films even if the Hannah Montana movie did really good. What do you think?
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@zed_k4 (17634)
• Singapore
14 Sep 09
I think like Britney Spears, most, if not all of them will make a transition towards adulthood swiftly. It will take some time, but it will happen. Think Justin Timberlake too, and like I've said, Britney as well have made the transition from Mickey Mouse Club..
• United States
14 Sep 09
I believe Miley Cirrus and Demi Lovato will be around for a long time.
• Mexico
13 Sep 09
Hehe, i think those are plastic and full of marketing bands, im not saying they are bad, but in my point of view, they dont have experience, cause they become famous too quickly, i think that to still be famous in 10 years they need to have first of all some experience, if they dont, i think no one will remembre them in 10 years, also i think that maybe Jonas brothers will be up in 10 years. Cheers :)
@Boyetski (989)
• Philippines
12 Sep 09
If your talking about those teens of Disney, they surely be on the adult music industry when they hit 16 or 18.. But if the act is donald and mickey, surely it will last a long long time. But I kind of never heard any remake of Dumbo.
@elenyae (390)
• Australia
12 Sep 09
I don't think any of the Disney acts will survive more than a couple of years, unless they really pull their socks up. I know Miley Cyrus is trying to break into the older music world, but the truth is that they're never going to be taken seriously unless they do something seriously radical and prove that they're not just sell-outs to the tween population.