Vanessa Hudgens was spotted while stepping out on a coffee run in Sherman Oaks on Sunday afternoon. The 33-year-old actress was accompanied by her pals GG Magree and Vince Rossi while they took a short stroll, during which she showed off a slight portion of her impeccably toned tummy.
The performer’s coffee run occurred after she shared a video of herself posing in front of High School Musical’s primary filming location. Hudgens rocked a patterned bikini top, which showed off portions of her upper chest and midsection, underneath a light yellow button-up shirt during her outing.
The Spring Breakers cast member also rocked a set of high-waisted athletic shorts and a pair of fuzzy slippers. The performer accessorized with an eye-catching necklace, as well as a stylish pair of sunglasses.
She covered up much of her gorgeous brunette locks with a purple-and-pink bucket hat. Hudgens shared her High School Musical-referencing video to her Instagram account on Sunday afternoon.
In the clip, the performer was seen making several poses while standing in front of East High School in Salt Lake City. The location now serves as the filming location for the Olivia Rodrigo-starring High School Musical television series.
The performer was dressed in a sleeveless black top and a pair of Moschino shorts while taking the video. She made a point of adding the popular track Breaking Free, which she performed with Zac Efron and Drew Seeley, to her clip.
Hudgens also added a short message in her post’s caption that referenced a line that she said in the first movie in the High School Musical franchise.
Her message read: ‘Do you remember in kindergarten how you’d meet a kid and know nothing about them, then 10 seconds later you’re playing like you’re best friends because you didn’t have to be anything but yourself?’
The actress previously portrayed Gabriella Montez in the first three films in the franchise. Hudgens previously spoke about working on the film series during an interview with The Guardian, where she noted that she did not initially envision herself working on lighthearted projects.
‘High School Musical was a fantastic journey, but it completely derailed me from where I originally saw my career going,’ she said. The actress then stated: ‘I always wanted to be the indie girl; I always wanted to be in the movies where I’m playing a drug addict or a stripper or a prostitute. That was my goal since I was like, 11.’