Vanessa Hudgens is known for a few things: High School Musical, nude pics and her love of casual wear. Like, ULTRA casual wear. She’s generally photographed heading to or from a yoga class and seems to live a pretty chill life of leisure.
She was out and about in Los Angeles today to “run errands” and is nearly unrecognizable in an oversized hoodie and baseball cap. Does Vanessa really get bothered that much if she didn’t go to such lengths to disguise herself? Huh. Go figure.
Vanessa Hudgens graces the latest cover of Nylon magazine, in what looks to be belts for a shirt!
The actress opens up about her “Gimme Shelter” role. “I don’t think it’s ‘good girl gone bad.’ I think it’s more ‘girl growing into a woman and being passionate and taking choices.’ I have so much work to do, and I think I will always feel that way,” she told the magazine.
Vanessa Hudgens hosted the Electric Run LA to Kick Off Memorial Day Weekend held at The Home Depot Center in Carson, CA.
Vanessa Hudgens wore a bright pink wig and pink yoga pants coupled with a pair of white furry boots and a polar bear hat to host a charity run in California to kick off the Memorial Day Weekend. The 24-year-old actress also bared a little bit of her belly in a cropped white neff t-shirt.
The Spring Breakers star hosted the inaugural “Electric Run LA” 5K race at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif., on Friday, to raise funds for the Smile Train children’s charity.
Last Tuesday Vanessa shared a photo of one of the recent Electric Runs, tweeting, “SOo EXCITED to get dressed up in neon for the LA @electricrun on Friday! Who’s running/dancing w/me?”
The Electric Run is a night-time five kilometer run (or walk) with lighting effects synchronized to dance music.
“Yea. That was fun. Electric Run,” Vanessa tweeted afterward with a photo of herself dancing.
They say Vanessa Hudgens is in this video somewhere, but it’s hard to get through….. and, well, I didn’t watch the whole thing.
Vanessa Hudgens and YLA have released a music video to go along with their new song, “$$ex.”
The video features flashing lights, patterns and colors as the former “High School Musical” star and the ladies of YLA writhe around and whipping their hair. The full-length video is quite different than the 32-second clip Hudgens released in early April, where everyone danced around a kitchen in very little clothing, played with pool noodles, sucked on popsicles and gave the camera the finger.
Hudgens promoted the video on her Twitter and Tumblr, where she wrote:
“You’ve been asking and we couldn’t wait ANY longer so….HERE IT IS!! $$$EX the video. Enjoy! ps. Props to the insanely talented YLA ladies for producing and directing this video themselves. Love love love it.”