Vanessa Hudgens Stuns at tick, tick…BOOM! Premiere
Last night, Netflix premiered their newest film, tick, tick…BOOM! And many celebrities showed up to attend the festivities. Among them was one of the movie's stars, actress Vanessa Hudgens, who looked incredible in a white lace dress, that showed off her impressive upper body. Read on to see 6 ways Vanessa Hudgens stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!
She Plays Golf
As revealed in this Instagram post with her boyfriend Cole Tucker, Hudgens is a big fan of playing golf with him. The photo shows Hudgens and Tucker posing on the course. Hudgens captioned the photo, "Me? Sporty? That's spooky."
According to this Instagram post, Hudgens likes to spend the warmer days in the pool. In the photo, Hudgens is seen posing in a leopard print bikini, while swimming in a pool. Hudgens captioned the photo, "Well I'm in full fall mode BUT just got some film developed and these are too good not to post. So, here we are."
Hudgens is a great dancer, and has been dancing since her roles in the High School Musical franchise. She's a major presence on TikTok, and she's even been asked to be a part of The Kennedy Center Honors performance for Debbie Allen.
She's A Fan Of Slimfast
Hudgens is a big fan of Slimfast, and has advertised the product on her Instagram. "Slimfast has this peanut butter cup that's delicious and feels like a cheat," she told Delish. "I always have one of those in my bag."
She Eats Plenty of Healthy Fats
Hudgens tells Women's Health that she makes sure to incorporate healthy fats into her diet, and she's got a good reason. "I need high fats," Hudgens explained. "If I'm not getting enough, my body holds on to calories. We've been trained to think that fats are bad, but they're so good—a source of energy and sustenance that keeps you going through the day. That's the only way I can not eat carbs."
She Makes Sure Her Friends Keep Her Motivated
Hudgens tells Women's Health Australia that she relies on her friends to help her stay healthy and to motivate her. "To be self-motivated consistently is almost a daydream," she says. "I reach out to friends to hold me accountable."