‘High School Musical’ stars Corbin Bleu and Monique Coleman are teaming up again! Thirteen years after completing ‘High School Musical 3,’ the actors are reuniting for Lifetime’s holiday flick, ‘A Christmas Dance Reunion,’ airing Dec. 3 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime. To celebrate, Bleu and Coleman are interviewing each other for a special, wide-ranging conversation with ET. Not only do they gush over making their latest film and their nearly two decades of friendship, but they also get candid about more serious topics. Bleu explains why BIPOC representation on-screen is so important, while Coleman reveals how going broke and experiencing financial hardships helped her educate others about avoiding similar mistakes. Both stars reveal the careers they’d be pursuing if they hadn’t made it as entertainers — Bleu is currently working on turning one of those dreams into a reality. The 32-year-old actor’s wife, Sasha Clements, appears in the film alongside him and Coleman, but not as his love interest. He explains what it’s really like making a film when your real-life wife isn’t your on-screen romantic counterpart. Finally, the duo shares sweet memories from filming ‘High School Musical,’ including the never-before-told story of how Coleman earned the nickname ‘Moprah.’ They also reveal if they’d like to revisit their roles as Chad and Taylor, plus, Coleman shares her unique (and epic!) idea to get the cast back together for the film’s 20th anniversary in 2026.