Are Rydel and Ratliff still friends?

Are Rydel and Ratliff still friends?

Rydel and Ratliff were boyfriend and girlfriend as well as close friends. They’re comfortable around each other and always seem to joke around and have fun.

Who was the drummer for R5?

Ellington Ratliff
R5/Drummers

What happened to Ratliff from R5?

Ellington Ratliff The drummer has become a solo artist and released his EP, Ellington, in April 2021. Ellington also proposed to girlfriend Dani Leonard. in October 2020. They got married in September 2021.

Did Rydel and Ellington get engaged?

Rydel Lynch and Ellington Ratliff are the cutest couple ever and they have been for quite some time. Okay, so before we start any crazy rumors here, Rydel and Ellington aren’t engaged – just yet.

Why is Ratliff so good at drums?

Ratliff is the relaxed, comic relief of the band, never getting too worked up about anything, which is a great contributing factor to the bands success. But the real benefit of having Ratliff around is his amazing drum skills.

What is Ratliff’s real first name?

Ratliff’s real first name is Ellington, but his band mates quickly nominated him to be known as “Ratliff” so he could complete the band and still have an “R” name, thus keeping the R5 name intact. Ratliff is the relaxed, comic relief of the band, never getting too worked up about anything, which is a great contributing factor to the bands success.

Is Ellington Lee Ratliff in a relationship?

Ellington Lee Ratliff was born on April 14, 1993 in Los Angeles, California, USA, to George and Cheryl Ratliff. He has three half-brothers: Elden, Erick, and Garette. Talking about his love life, the actor cum drummer has been in a romantic relationship with fellow band mate Rydel since 2013.

How did Ellington Ratliff get his start in acting?

Ellington Ratliff made his acting debut in 2001 as Robbie Crenshaw in the movie ‘All You Need’. He then appeared in season 5 of the reality dance competition ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ in 2009. The same year, he played Allan in an episode of ‘Eastwick’.