Updated: 20th March 2018

This New Theory About Selena Gomez’s Role In ‘Hannah Montana’ Will Blow Your Mind

It doesnt matter how much time has passed sinceany of us actually watched the Disney Channel, we will always benostalgic for the good ol days.

Along with that nostalgia for a much simpler time one that didnt include things like rent and taxes and credit card bills remains intrigue for any lingering fan theories about our favorite shows of the past.


Fueling that intrigue are mega pop stars like Selena Gomez and Miley Cyrus, who are super relevant today but really launched their careers with Disney.

All of that makes this particularfan theory about Selena Gomezs roles in andparticularly mind-blowing.

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Lets start at the beginning

Gomez starredonfrom 2007 to 2012. She played the part of Alex Russo, atypical teenager with magical powers.

True Selenators, however, will probably remember another famous Disney Channel show that Gomez appeared on first.

Back in 2007, Gomez played the part of Miley Cyrus nemesis Mikayla in a few episodes of.

All of that seems pretty straight-forward, but things start to get a bit murky when you remember a third Disney Channel original series with Selena Gomez ties.

Gomez appeared as Alex Russo in a crossover episode of and The episode was titled Wizards on Deck with Hannah Montana.

Alex Russo and Hannah Montana dont have any interaction in the episode, but theyre both on the same cruise ship, existing in the same universe.

This all leads to one big question: How can Selena Gomez beAlex Russo and also Mikayla if the charactersexist in the same world?

In a viral tumblr post from 2016 (its still being talked about a year laterso you know this is internet gold), user wayfaringandwhatnot points out,

Both characters cant exist simultaneously unless Alex Russo created a pop star alter ego and used magic to never be recognized for it, yet this is never addressed and the series move on.


Are Alex and Mikayla the same person? If so, that must mean magic existed in the ,, AND worlds. Right? Right???

Hey Disney, want to comment on this theory? Inquiring minds need answers!

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