Joey Lawrence is constantly evolving as an artist. With more than four decades of industry experience, which began when he first starred in commercials before making his way on to television airwaves in guest spots on “Diff’rent Strokes” and “Silver Spoons,” Lawrence is ready for a new opportunity to connect with his fans while also working with his family.
Following the end of his stint on “The Masked Singer,” Lawrence told Fox News Digital that he is excited to be teaming up with his brothers, Matthew and Andrew, “for the first time in 17 years” for a new FOX show.
“It’s been too long. The fans have been such a blessing and so patient with us,” he said. “We’ve been working really hard to get it right, and because it’s all about the fans, not about us, you know, we just want to do them proud. They can tune in and just enjoy us, get back together again doing what we have been so fortunate to do for all these years together.”
The trio first worked together on “Brotherly Love,” a family sitcom which ran from 1995-97. They have since teamed up for a Christmas movie and are working on a sequel, but Lawrence said the show has been years in the making, and he cannot wait to get back on to a TV set with his little brothers in a format where they thrive.
“We’re finally going to do it. We spend every day just thinking about how we can make it the best experience for them, the fans, hopefully for what would be a nice long run again,” he said. “So we’re we’re excited about it.”