These old friends stay in touch
While it's been six years since the last High School Musical flick, the cast of the popular Disney franchise is still supporting each other. Case in point? Ashley Tisdale couldn't help but take to Twitter to send Zac Efron some love following the success of his film Neighbors, which had a killer opening weekend at the box office.
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"#NeighborsMovie is a must see! So good! I was laughing my ass off. Very proud of Zac :)" she wrote on the social media site early Sunday (Zac retweeted the tweet). While Ashley was lending support to the 26-year-old hottie, her BFF Vanessa Hugensen was busy gushing over her bestie's upcoming bachelorette party as Tisdale is engaged to beau Christopher French.
"Ashley's bachelorette party will be my first one," the 25-year-old beauty told People at the at the Candie's Foundation's National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy event. So will she be planning Ashley's "last fling before the ring"? Nope! "I'm just going for the good times," she said although she couldn't stop gushing over her girl's big day.
"It's so exciting. And, it's so crazy because I just think of us as having fun and being silly and the fact that she is getting married, my mind is kind of exploding," the actress admitted. French popped the question to Tisdale in early August after only eight months of dating, but according to the former High School Musical star, she knew French was "the one" from day one.
"You know, I didn't [think it'd happen that quickly]," she told Ryan Seacrest of the couple's whirlwind engagement. "I think I've obviously been in long relationships in the past, but I think because of knowing what I wanted, I wouldn't have gone into a relationship, if it wasn't what I wanted. And I think from the moment that him and I met, I just knew it."
She continued: "I was like, 'OK, this is the guy.' And he knew the same thing. It was just this feeling that it doesn't get any better. I can't explain it! It's just natural between us. With other relationships, you're trying too much and trying to make it work and then there's just a moment when you find somebody and you're like, ‘Holy s--t! This is so natural reports E News.'"