Olivia Holt Talked About Working With Disney And Her Music In Interview With Starpulse

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Olivia Holt spoke with Starpulse recently, and she told them that she is hoping that Kim will return for a few episodes of “Kickin’ It” during season 4 :

I’m hoping that [in] season four, she’ll return for a few episodes.

She went on to talk about working with Disney:

Working with Disney is really and truly like working with a family. Everyone is so supportive and so wonderful. I’ve worked with Disney since I was twelve and they’ve given me so many opportunities that I’ll forever be grateful for. Disney holds this official fan club meet and greet called d23 every few years, and it’s an absolute ball. I’ve been twice and every time I go, I get just as hyped as the fans do. It’s so fun to meet people who love watching what you love making. It’s truly so heart-warming and I love my fans.

Olivia is enjoying working on “I Didn’t Do It” and is focused on her music too:

I’ve been working on my music a lot recently, which had been a big step for me, considering I’ve spent so much time with the show that I haven’t really had a chance to work on another passion of mine – which is music. I hope to have an album out by this year and also to have worked on a film. [I’m] starting to set goals for myself and [my] career.

Leaving this message on her Facebook today (February 20, 2014), Olivia revealed that she will have a new song out next month:

I have a new song coming out in March, but that’s all I can spill right now

Yes!!!!! Can’t wait!

Read more of Olivia’s interview here.

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