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Anderson-Emmons burst onto the Hollywood scene as Lily Tucker-Pritchett, the adorable daughter of Mitchell and Cameron on ABC's Modern Family. While the 6-year-old prepares for the new season of her hit series, she's also excited to start school with her pink princess backpack. "It has princesses on it – and wheels!" she says.
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Gould, who was named one of 2010's Entertainers of the Year by Entertainment Weekly, plays Modern Family's lovable, rambunctious Luke Dunphy. Off-screen, the 14-year-old is a member of Mensa and takes online college courses – which he balances with plenty of fun hobbies. "I'm usually up to try anything," Gould admits. "I like reading, writing, hiking, camping, free running, surfing, rock climbing, long boarding, and so much more."
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Stella made her television debut on ABC's Nashville playing Maddie Conrad, the eldest daughter to legendary country music star Rayna Jaymes (played by Connie Britton). While filming, Stella hits the books with either a tutor or on-site teacher. But when the show wraps, the incoming high school freshman attends her local public school. Her favorite subject? "I really love math," the 13-year-old beams. "I know it sounds silly, but I really like having an answer."
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Lennon's onscreen sister, Maisy (who's also her little sis in real life!) plays sweetheart Daphne, singer Rayna James's youngest daughter. And much like her big sister, Maisy has a soft spot for math class, but loves social studies too. "Every day I come home from school and tell everyone what I learned," she says.
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When not on-set dropping f-bombs or stealing the scene from her seasoned costars, Anderson-Emmons tackles her favorite subjects: science and math. How does she power through homework? "Cheese and crackers," she shares, which also happens to be her favorite after-school snack.
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The Stella sisters may play daughters of a fictional country singing diva, but music really is in their blood. Both girls have been carrying a tune since they were babies and can play guitar despite never taking lessons, says mom Marylynne Stella, who's part of the Canadian country duo The Stellas (they placed fourth on the second season of CMT's Can You Duet) with husband Brad.
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Between shooting schedules, online college courses, and keeping active with extracurricular activities, Gould skips the junk food for better options."I try to eat healthy snacks, especially when I am studying," he says. "Fruit or yogurt are never bad choices. Bananas and grapes are my favorites."
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They have a mutual love of mathematics and share a talent for music, but when it comes to their fashion sense, the adorable siblings are polar opposites. "I like to look different and I think it's very fun to pick out outfits," says Lennon, who hits up Goodwill stores for inspiration. "Maisy is more carefree. She likes shorts and tee shirts." Adds Maisy, "I'll just wear a little shirt with a black skirt and a vest – something simple."