The High School Musical star, Vanessa Hudgens got all protective about her boyfriend Austin Butler on the Jay Leno Show. When Leno started passing sarcastic comments about her beau, she became defensive and questioned him right back.
Of course, in actuality Austin is a very super fit person who sports a six pack. The actress didn’t find this very amusing. Especially, when Leno said that he had seen a photo of Austin and he didn’t get it, the starlet shot back quizzically “You don’t get it!?”
Vanessa looked absolutely drop dead gorgeous on the show. She was the center of attraction and had a commanding presence. Yet some time ago she had played the role of Apple, a 16 year old mother in the movieGimme Shelter. For the role she had to gain quite a few pounds which she did and then lost as well.
Vanessa admits the fact that losing the pounds was quite a task but it was not as difficult as losing the characteristics of the “reel life” Apple which she had adopted. The role traits almost stuck with her and were very hard to let go off. Despite the slightly awkward moment with Leno, later on the he and Vanessa shared a lighthearted laugh and so the built-up tension was diffused.
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