Violetta Cast News: Martina 'Tini' Stoessel Says Goodbye to Disney Show
Martina "Tini" Stoessel revealed that the cast of "Violetta" is almost done shooting scenes for the Disney Channel show.
The upcoming third season will be the last for the show.
The 17-year-old actress took to Twitter to say goodbye in a series of messages.
"This week we finish recording!" Tini said. "And I want to thank everyone who came to Baires [Buenos Aires] during these three years!"
Tini added that she would never forget the three years she has spent on the show. She thanked fans for opening their hearts to her and for their unconditional love.
"Those who waited for us during the rain, heat, cold, or whatever it was! Always there! I appreciate your letters, packages, video and gifts!" she said.
One of Tini's co-stars recently opened up about what to expect from the final season.
Jorge Blanco, who plays Leon, talked about his character's relationship with Violetta. Leon and Violetta are back together by the end of Season 2, but the arrival of Damien Lauretta's character might cause the couple trouble, according to Meltyfan.
"The arrival of the character of Damien Lauretta will not be a breakup for Leon/Violetta's relationship," Blanco said. "He will sow discord. He is a friend, who is going to end up as a real nest of problems, but it's a really interesting character."
Blanco said that his character has grown since the first season.
Leon first started off as a problematic character, but he eventually changed. In the second season, his battles were more about his lack of passion. In the upcoming season, Leon "will be full of surprises."
Diego Dominguez, who plays Diego, also opened up about the show.
Dominguez said that in the second season, he couldn't relate to his character at all.
"He was very different from me," he said. "Still, we are similar in some respects. For example, his friendship with Marco and the way he approaches his friend's problems. I would have done the same thing. On the contrary, in the third season, my character transforms. He evolves and becomes more mature."
Dominguez said that the third season has made it easier for him to associate with the character.
Dominguez also explained that though all of the cast, who come mostly from Argentina and Spain, speaks Spanish, there have been funny moments.
"We all speak the same language, but there are some differences that sometimes cause confusion, and we can't understand each other," he said. "It's always entertaining!"