Emily Osment Reflects On Becoming ‘An Adult Faster’ Thanks To Hannah Montana

Emily Osment is giving thanks to Hannah Montana!

On Wednesday, the Lilly Truscott portrayer reflected on her Disney days via Instagram, sharing a heartfelt message to the iconic series, which ran from 2006 to 2010.

She wrote along with a pic from the set:

“This is one of my favorite photos from HM. Have no idea who took it or why the great room set is empty on a tape night, but I have a physical copy of it from a disposable camera and now it’s on the internet.”

Disposable cameras are trendy again, y’all!!

She concluded:

“I spent a couple hundred Friday nights here instead of all the places a normal teenager should have been and it made me an adult faster than I could prepare myself for. However, I am grateful to have been handed a sense of accountability and purpose at such a young age because I still have it -and then some.”

See the photo for yourself (below):

Fans of the series will recall just two months ago when Osment appeared on BRIGHT MINDED: Live With Miley, Miley Cyrus‘ series which airs on IG and features an hour of conversation with her guests.

Hannah and Lilly were reunited once more, much to the delight of followers, with Cyrus even telling her viewers at the time:

“You are gonna be shooketh. This is the reunion of the decade! My BFF that shared the screen with me for the last 15 years. On and off screen she’s a badass best friend. Whether for Hannah or Miley, she’s always there for her.”

So sweet!! And love to hear that they’re still close after all these years. The Wrecking Ball songstress, who was “trying to make tutus and peplums happen” back in the day, recalled some of the crazy costumes their characters wore:

“As we were starting to get a little older, I remember it kind of feeling a little strange to put on a tutu and a wig. They say you get younger as you get older. Now I put on wigs and dance around the house … I was getting paid then and now I’m just doing it for s**ts and giggles.”

Osment chimed in that they were “rocking” those looks:

“I was wearing a lot of vests, I remember. There were a lot of vests.”

So many memories!!

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