Disney Channel Stars Promote Kindness in Valentine's Day Video Series
Stars of "Kickin' It" and "A.N.T. Farm" ask viewers to "Show Some Heart" and share how they let loved ones know they care.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and Disney Channel stars want to show some love.
Young actors from popular Disney Channel shows are sharing their acts of kindness in "Show Some Heart" video messages available on the channel’s website beginning Friday.
Olivia Holt, from Kickin’ It, shows some heart by helping her brother organize his Legos. China Anne McClain (A.N.T. Farm) says she shows "some heart by telling all of my family members I love them when they least expect it."
The actors are encouraging viewers to share their favorite memories of showing generosity toward friends and family by tweeting under the hashtag #ShowSomeHeart.
Other young stars participating include Ross Lynch and Laura Marano (Austin & Ally); Cole Jensen and the puppet Crash (Crash & Bernstein); Bridgit Mendler (Good Luck Charlie); Debby Ryan (Jessie); Leo Howard (Kickin' It); Spencer Boldman and Tyrel Jackson Williams (Lab Rats) and Bella Thorne and Zendaya Coleman (Shake It Up).
The videos and messages can be viewed on the actors' twitter feeds and @DisneyChannelPR. Additional videos and clips celebrating Valentine's Day will be posted on DisneyChannel.com and DisneyXD.com starting February 13.
The "Show Some Heart" featurette can be viewed here.
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