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Disney Channel's hit series "Liv and Maddie" aired its final episode Friday, and to be frank, we're still in mourning. Luckily, we're not alone: "Liv and Maddie" stars Dove Cameron and Ryan McCartan had plenty of feels about the series finale.
Cameron and McCartan played fan favorite couple Maddie and Diggie on the show. The pair also dated offscreen; McCartan and Cameron were actually engaged for a brief period before breaking things off last October. Though there has been some bad blood between the stars ― Cameron recently said McCartan was "terrible" to her ― their heartbreak hasn't detracted from their love for the show.
Cameron shared a snap of her "Liv and Maddie" fam over the weekend, and her emotional caption will leave you gutted.
"The finality of today is nothing short of overwhelming and extraordinary," Cameron wrote. "The amount of gratitude, love and huge emotion that my heart carries and pumps through my entire body is not something I could have prepared for."
"I don't deserve the love, the acceptance and the support that have been given to me, and I will dedicate my life to giving that same sensation and freedom to others who[se] lives I am lucky enough to touch," Cameron added.
Nevertheless, McCartan had similarly kind words for the show. The actor shared a collage of shots of his character Diggie Smalls, writing, "RIP Diggie, end of such an amazing era."
"Loved everything about everything that this show taught me," McCartan added.
McCartan also shared a farewell message on Twitter before the finale aired Friday.
We're happy to see that despite any drama behind the scenes, Cameron and McCartan can still put their differences aside for the fans. We'll miss you, Miggie!
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