Vanessa Hudgens talks BFF Ashley Tisdale: ‘She comes to me for relationship advice’
“Things I’ve been doing lately, I’m super-proud of. So I don’t really care if someone doesn’t like it, because I love it.” While the Spring Breakers star has clearly made an effort tochallenge herself with more difficult roles, Hudgens is fully aware that she’s still a role model for many, opening about her infamous Coachella incident where she was accused of drug use after a particularly damning photograph. PHOTO: Vanessa Hudgens shows off new ombre hair color Marie Claire “I couldn’t do anything but laugh. It’s amazing how people like to create something out of absolutely nothing,” she says. “I am human like everyone else. I am aware that there are people who look up to me. When mistakes are made, they aren’t intentional, and I constantly push myself to be a better person.” Fair enough. And the former High School Musical star also opens up about finding happiness in the cutthroat Hollywood world. “You have a choice whether you want to be happy or not. I choose to be happy. And it’s been working out pretty well,” she says, adding. “A sense of knowing I’m part of something bigger than myself has allowed me to enjoy life more. And not worry about the little things. Like paparazzi.” Hudgens’ Spring Breakers costar Selena Gomez also shares her thoughts on her pal’s down-to-earth demeanor, insisting Hudgens hasn’t let her life in Hollywood go to her head. “She’s not jaded at all,” Gomez insists.
“She thinks Im too trusting. I think Im fine the way I am, but she thinks I have a tendency to float around on a cloud, which I kind of do. “Shes quite protective she always has my back. If youre my best friend, Ill trust you with my life. “Theres an assumption celebs only trust friends who are in the same industry, but its not like that for me. If you click, thats all that matters.
But it’s especially when it comes to break ups and make ups that they rely on each other, as Vanessa explained, saying: “Ashley and I have laughed and cried together over the years. She comes to me for relationship advice more than I go to her, though; I try to figure stuff out by myself. Oh and the V-Hudge cure for a break-up? It better involve a good dance – which we’re going to go ahead and assume involves a full High School Musical style choreographed routine. When a girlfriend is going through a break-up, you have to go out and dance. With your best friends, youve got to be there for them no matter what. She continued: “I love taking my girlfriends away from their worries and enjoying life with them. If theres a problem, a bottle of wine goes a long way.
She thinks I’m too trusting,” the Frozen Ground star says. “I think I’m fine the way I am, but she thinks I have a tendency to float around on a cloud, which I kind of do. She’s quite protectiveshe always has my back. If you’re my best friend, I’ll trust you with my life. There’s an assumption celebs only trust friends who are in the same industry, but it’s not like that for me. If you click, that’s all that matters.” The High School Musical stars aren’t entirely alike, however. Unlike Tisdale, Hudgens works through breakups on her own. “Ashley and I have laughed and cried together over the years. She comes to me for relationship advice more than I go to her, though,” she shares. “I try to figure stuff out by myself.” Cosmo on Campus Hudgenswho famously dated Zac Efron until 2010also offers tips for getting over heartbreak. “When a girlfriend is going through a break-up, you have to go out and dance. With your best friends, you’ve got to be there for them no matter what,” she tells the mag. “love taking my girlfriends away from their worries and enjoying life with them. If there’s a problem, a bottle of wine goes a long way.