Aj and aly michalka dating
Now she and Aly, 28, are doing things a bit differently, including posing for Playboy in a shoot that — while covered-up for the nude magazine — is a far cry from their Disney days.
Sisters Aly & AJ released their first album, Into the Rush, on the Disney-owned label Hollywood Records in 2005, when they were just 14 and 16.
"They remain in touch and remain friends," a source close to the former couple reveals.
The song, which urges a guy to 'take me out' already, was written while AJ struggled with the online dating scene.'I was a little frustrated going through the dating scene,' she told Elle.'I started experimenting on a dating app that a friend told me to go on, and I realized quickly that any match I came across, it was like, "Cool, we'll continue to message on here but nothing will get set in stone."'In the age of social media and dating apps, so many people are able to hide behind their Instagram page or their Raya page or Facebook. I want to meet face-to-face." And Take Me was about, "Are you going to take me out? " 'And in this era, women can be the first person to make the move, but it's not usually how Aly and I roll romantically. "You're going to do this, if it works, it works, but I'm not going to be the first one to step out."'The single will be released on a four-song EP first, and will be part of a full album coming out next year.And while they've been promoting it, it's clear the girls are a different Aly & AJ than they were in the 2000s, when Aly was on Disney's Phil of the Future and the duo star together in the Disney Channel movie Cow Belles.'We had experienced so much as kids and I kind of feel like we learned a lot about the industry that put a little bit of a bad taste in our mouth, whether it was a couple of people we worked with or whether it was just trying to find the right inspiration or what have you.'She also said that fame was a tricky thing to grapple with as a young teen, and they had some growing up to do.'Aly and I were recognized on a day-to-day basis, especially if we were together,' she told Elle.'You deal with constant scrutiny, and people who know your business too intimately who shouldn't.