Nickelodeon star, 'Kenzie' of 'Game Shakers' dazzle in recent pictures(photos)
By TamaraGist | self meida writer
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American teen actress Madisyn Shipman recently updated her Instagram timeline with two photos that are just as simple as they are stunning.
Madisyn Shipman gained recognition in the movie industry after she played the role of Kenzie Bell in the Nickelodeon sitcom Game Shakers. Kenzie was a pioneer member and Techie of a game development company comprising a total of four people, the other three being Babe(Cree Cicchino), Triple G(Benjamin Flores Jr.) and Hudson(Thomas Kuc).
Since her starring role in the series, the New Carolina-born star has enjoyed a large proportion of fame, forming a strong followership base on social media, one of which is her 1.9 million strong Instagram followers.
The 18-year-old Nickelodeon icon, posting on Valentine's Day, sported a dazzling gown and a pair of sneakers, and she had this warming message to give her fans yesterday: “Being single doesn't mean no one loves you. It means that God is busy writing your love story 💕.”
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