Vanessa Hudgens on ‘HSM’ co-star Zac Efron: We don’t talk anymore
“High School Musical” fans who are still patiently rooting for a likely reunion between Vanessa Hudgens and Zac Efron will be disappointed, now that Hudgens revealed that she was not in speaking terms with her on-screen partner and ex-boyfriend.
In a TV interview with Access Hollywood on Wednesday, the actress was interrogated whether she kept in touch with her former co-Wildcats from the Disney blockbuster. She was also on the show to promote her new NBC sitcom, “Powerless.”
Although Hudgens gushed about texting “High School Musical” co-star Ashley Tisdale before the interview, she admitted that she never spoke with Efron after their split back in 2010. “No, that’s not a thing that happens,” Hudgens said. “I completely lost contact with him.”
— Team Hudgens NYC (@TeamHudgensNYC) March 22, 2017
A year after her windup with Efron, her boyfriend for almost five years, she moved on with longtime boyfriend and fellow actor Austin Butler.
Last year, the whole “High School Musical” cast reunited for the show’s 10th-anniversary special, but instead of joining the cast, Efron recorded a video message and tweeted his “love” for the show. “I have nothing but love for the High School Musical cast and fans; wish I could’ve joined the fun in person,” he tweeted then.
— Zac Efron (@ZacEfron) January 20, 2016
“High School Musical” first aired in the US in January 2006 and made a groundbreaking mark with 7.7 million viewers, the highest on Disney channel. The series developed two film adaptations, “High School Musical 2” and “High School Musical 3: Senior Year.” Gianna Francesca Catolico /ra
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