If you don't know then now you know! Saturday night the cast and creative team of “Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur” celebrated the series’ world premiere at The Walt Disney Studios Lot in Burbank, CA. The highly anticipated series, featuring Marvel’s first African American Teen Girl Super Hero, premieres Feb. 10 on Disney Channel and Feb. 15 on Disney+. Thank you Disney Channel and Disney Plus for inviting us. We had the best time. The music is so good and the series is awesome. It is about representation, friendship, family and more.

The series follows the adventures of 13-year old super genius Lunella Lafayette and her cherry-red Tyrannosaurus Devil Dinosaur. After Lunella accidentally brings Devil Dinosaur into present day New York City, the duo works together to protect the city’s Lower East Side from danger. We love that Lunella helps her family and town while handling new friendships and learning to be a good friend. She is definitely a wonderful role model for kids.

We loved being immersed in Moon Girl's after party where Lunella's world was brought to life in NYC's lower east side. There was NYC inspired food and atmosphere, S.T.E.M. build-a-dino robot station, live performance skaters and more!

Devil Dinosaur hotdogs!

Happy Ice!

The one and only Diamond White, who voices the main character, Lunella.

Blake and I love the show A Million Little Things on ABC.  We were so excited to meet Lizzy, who plays Sophie on the show.  The final season starts this week and I can't wait!

It's always fun seeing friends and catching up!

Obsessed with Kailey and Travis.  I follow them on Tik Tok and IG.  They are the cutest couple and best dancers ever!

The kids loved this S.T.E.M. build-a-dino robot station!  It was awesome.

We met Marcus Scribner from Blackish.  We have never missed an episode of Blackish and loved the show.

The kids were so excited to meet Mykal-Michelle Harris from Raven's Home.

The swag bags were so cool.  Thank you so much!

We got backpacks, a comic book, colored pencils, a wireless speaker, stickers, a pad of paper and our very own devil dinosaur.

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